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The edge of the continent is a fascinating place for many reasons.

From a real-estate perspective, it is fascinating how much people will pay to have a front-row view – a position that comes with a somewhat-uncertain future when you are on the cliff in Encinitas.

There have been four closed sales in this stretch since the beginning of the year, from $2.038 million to $10.5 million:

http://www.sdlookup.com/MLS-130031640-1062_Neptune_Ave_Encinitas_CA_92024

http://www.sdlookup.com/MLS-130028271-370_Neptune_Ave_Encinitas_CA_92024

http://www.sdlookup.com/MLS-140010221-566_Neptune_Ave_Encinitas_CA_92024

http://www.sdlookup.com/MLS-140006166-532_Neptune_Ave_Encinitas_CA_92024

As you will see, the bluff is exposed to the elements, and it doesn’t look like it will last forever.  But it does provide privacy and a bigger view than if you were merely at beach level:

P.S. This was meant to be a review of the bluff – if any residents don’t like it, I will gladly delete.  No offense intended.

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