It’s no surprise that Southern California’s surf lifestyle is evident throughout this family home on Paseo del Ocaso in La Jolla Shores.
The owner is the founder of Rusty Clothing, the “surfer gear” that has become popular around the world. Bob Skoldberg was also the World Giant Slalom Skateboard Champion in 1977 and “the man to beat” in the skateboard movie Lords of Dogtown. Son Erik is a La Jolla artist, and his large colorful paintings add to the very beachy feel created by surfboards mounted on the walls and the ocean view from a wrap-around deck.
The 2,800-square-foot house, managed by SeaBreeze Vacation Rentals, sleeps 10 comfortably. Two bedrooms, a bathroom, and a sitting area are on a separate level make this an ideal home-away-from-home for two families traveling together. The master bed is a king, and others are all queens. The kitchen and bathrooms have granite counters.
Occupants wouldn’t need a car because it’s just a short walk to the beach, Kellogg Park, shops, and restaurants. The house comes with a hot tub, outdoor shower, and barbecue and, like all SeaBreeze Vacation Rentals, wi-fi and cable TV are provided. SeaBreeze also provides beach chairs, surf boards, coolers, wetsuits, bikes, helmets, cribs, and boogie boards for a nominal fee. They don’t provide sunscreen, however, so BYO and use it often.
Ask about rental #8418 and use Promo Code SB2565 to receive a 10% discount.
Kids and pets are welcome here. In fact, I think this family home would seem strange without them.
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