15437 Pallux Star Ct, Jamul, CA 91935


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Available for the first time since it was constructed in 2008, 15437 Pallux Star Ct lies nestled in the mountains of Jamul, a Eastern San Diego County unincorporated community; just a short 25 minute drive from the San Diego International Airport. Laid out over 12 prime acres, this spacious estate features 6,166 square feet of living space, built from a fusion of Mediterranean and Spanish architectural influences. Every single room in this palatial compound benefits from an exterior door. Views of the Pacific Ocean grace both the main and guest home, with San Clemente island visible on clear days. The main house enjoys 4,591 square feet of premium living space, boasting gorgeous natural stone counter tops throughout. Pozi lifetime aluminum clad low-e windows and doors span both homes, as well as the pool house. A walk through will show a minimum of 10-12 foot tall ceilings, 8 foot tall solid Alder doors, custom tile showers with frame-less glass surrounds, with a total of 5 bedrooms, 2 bonus rooms/offices, 5 bathrooms and 3 half bathrooms. The first floor master suite bedroom is complimented by a his and hers natural stone shower, Jacuzzi tub, personal gym, his/her walk in closets, and gorgeous ocean sunset views from the bed. Multiple exterior doors allow pool yard access directly from the master suite bedroom, with two sets of French doors opening off the gym. A first floor flex room lies adjacent to the master bedroom, which also enjoying exterior access to the pool yard. This room would also lend well to a library, home study area or even a nursery. A set of stairs takes one to the second floor flex room, currently an office; complete with half bath and view balcony. This space offers so much potential for a plethora of uses, with easterly, southern and westerly views. On the other side of the home lies a first floor guest room with its own private on suite bathroom. The same wing of the home contains a mud room with full laundry suite and custom tile dog wash with both garage and exterior access. An elegant flight of stairs ascends to an upstairs guest suite with kitchenette, full bath, walk in closet and wrap around covered balcony. Beautiful Spanish tile covers the roof, accenting the smooth synthetic Santa Barbara Stucco Coat. The main home enjoys 3 attached garage stalls, each with its own door. The back yard was designed to provide the ultimate escape, starting with the 60,000 gallon salt water infinity pool, measuring nearly 100 feet across and accessed by a beach entry. Custom rock slide, waterfalls and a spacious spa make this vanishing edge pool an exciting entertainment space. A climate controlled 384 square foot pool house makes entertaining easy. Incorporated into the pool yard is a detached half bathroom and heated fresh water shower. The exterior propane fire pit never requires changing of the gas tank, as it is supplied by the same 1,000 gallon propane tank that fuels the 90 day-back-up generate. Should the power ever go out, the generator can sustain power throughout the estate for 3 months. Adding a set of Tesla batteries to the existing 60 panel solar system could increase that off-grid time substantially. A series of 4 tank-less hot water heaters ensure piping hot water throughout, with 20,000 gallons of above ground water held in four storage tanks. In addition to the main home, this estate features a two bedroom, two full bathroom guest home with a single attached garage, premium stone flooring and a fenced rear view-yard. The rear of the guest house also has Pacific Ocean views, while the front faces Lyons Peak. This Jamul paradise has 2 water wells, motor home parking, equestrian amenities and 360 degrees of defensible space. This ow built home was framed with 2×6 construction and featured r-30/r-36 insulation throughout. Can you see yourself owning this estate?

5 Beds

7 Baths

6,166 Sq. Ft.

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91935 - Jamul
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Listing Date
August 21, 2021

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