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Built from the ground up in 2015, 6767 Neptune Place is an eighteen unit condominium building located directly in front of the world famous surfing break known as Windansea.
Designed by Marengo Morton Architects, the building achieves the seemingly impossible function of offering front row water views from every residence. There is no "rear" unit. Each condo enjoys a unique perspective of coastal panorama.
Sitting three stories tall above a secure underground parking structure, 6767 Neptune Place is home to one, two and three bedroom residences ranging from 797 to 2,196 square feet. Homes are single-level, and each floor is accessible by elevator.
If you're new to San Diego, you may be familiar with La Jolla's tourist-heavy beaches like La Jolla Shores, The Cove, or Blacks Beach. But if you're a local, you're likely a keeper of La Jolla's best kept secret: Windansea Beach.
Windansea Beach, commonly referred to as 'Windan,' is a .8 mile stretch of coastline discretely located between the buzzing neighborhoods of Bird Rock and The Village. Unlike its tourist-heavy counterparts, you won't find large parking lots, waterfront retail, or surfboard rentals at Windansea. Instead, you'll find a quiet enclave of sand and clay rock formations that ease into an eclectic range of swimming, surfing, and play zones where locals of all ages prefer to spend their summer days.
During spring time each year, a fresh slab of sand washes ashore to cover Windansea's iconic clay rock formations. Clean and thick-grained sand remains throughout summer when the water temperature is perfect for swimming. In the fall, larger waves and changing currents wash most of the sand away, revealing the rocks once again. This natural cycle is the cornerstone of Windansea's refreshing aesthetic.