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Modern masterpiece north of Belmont Park

Maximize the extraordinary ocean, sunset, and coastline views

Extraordinary ocean, sunset, and coastline views...maximized!
Extraordinary ocean, sunset, and coastline views...maximized!

For just under nine million dollars, you’ve got the chance to acquire a two-year-old, three-story beachfront mansion in the heart of Mission Beach.

A few blocks north of Belmont Park sits the “beachfront modern masterpiece” at 702 Jersey Court. It’s a 4700-square-foot home with five bedrooms and six baths designed by Frontis Architecture of Pacific Beach and EOS Architecture, and built in 2018 by Four by Four Construction

According to listing materials retrieved from realtor.com, the home showcases “awe-inspiring architectural elements, extensive outdoor spaces, and an open concept floor plan perfectly designed to maximize extraordinary ocean, sunset, and coastline views found throughout.”

The first two levels of the home are dedicated largely to living space: each has its own ocean-facing, open-format living area and kitchen to “allow for seamless entertaining on the main floor while maintaining the mid-level great room for your own personal enjoyment.”

Feel the beach beckon from your patio.

The home’s “sophisticated interior spaces include four en-suite bedrooms, five full baths, plus a powder room, an office, elevator service to all three floors, and extensive use of wood, porcelain, glass and stone.” As an elevator alternative, glass-lined floating stone stairs offer passage between the home’s levels.

“At the touch of a button, the Crestron smart home panels allow you to intuitively control climate, lighting, electric shades, surround sound, and security cameras,” all from your mobile phone or tablet.

On the beachfront entry level, “floor-to-ceiling Fleetwood doors provide a flawless transition onto an expansive oceanfront patio complete with numerous lounging areas, a built-in barbeque, and fire pit.”

The second floor houses a guest suite and private office, along with the second living area, outfitted with “a basalt and grey quartz slab fireplace” and a “sleek cook’s kitchen with Miele appliances plus a Wolf induction cooktop.” A wraparound deck flanks two sides of the building with full glass railings so as not to obstruct the sit-down ocean views.

Ascending to the top floor, prospective buyers will encounter another pair of bedrooms along with the master retreat, which “boasts vast sea views, a breathtaking bath, and a generous walk-in closet.”

Parking can always be a hassle in North Mission, but here it’s “a breeze, with a three-car attached garage plus two private parking spaces” to accommodate owners and guests alike. The home’s location “provides an ideal setting to revel in endless ocean views, with almost two miles of sandy beach beckoning you to indulge in nightly sunset strolls.

“This is a truly unforgettable experience in Coastal living that you do not want to miss!”

Public records indicate ownership of the Jersey Court home currently lies with Jevin Sackett, a Las Vegas-based chief executive of a holding company for various data and technology-based businesses. Sackett purchased the property in 2013 for a reported $3,850,000, when the 4800-square-foot lot was home to a duplex that had been constructed in 1990 and subsequently repurposed as a single-family home.

More recently the property was offered for sale in 2018, the reported year that construction on the new building was completed. After five months without attracting a buyer with a $9.5 million price tag, the listing was withdrawn until mid-May of this year. Its current asking price sits at $8,899,000.

  • 702 Jersey Court | Mission Beach, 92109
  • Beds: 4 | Baths: 6 | Current Owner: Jevin Sackett | List Price: $8,899,000
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Extraordinary ocean, sunset, and coastline views...maximized!
Extraordinary ocean, sunset, and coastline views...maximized!

For just under nine million dollars, you’ve got the chance to acquire a two-year-old, three-story beachfront mansion in the heart of Mission Beach.

A few blocks north of Belmont Park sits the “beachfront modern masterpiece” at 702 Jersey Court. It’s a 4700-square-foot home with five bedrooms and six baths designed by Frontis Architecture of Pacific Beach and EOS Architecture, and built in 2018 by Four by Four Construction

According to listing materials retrieved from realtor.com, the home showcases “awe-inspiring architectural elements, extensive outdoor spaces, and an open concept floor plan perfectly designed to maximize extraordinary ocean, sunset, and coastline views found throughout.”

The first two levels of the home are dedicated largely to living space: each has its own ocean-facing, open-format living area and kitchen to “allow for seamless entertaining on the main floor while maintaining the mid-level great room for your own personal enjoyment.”

Feel the beach beckon from your patio.

The home’s “sophisticated interior spaces include four en-suite bedrooms, five full baths, plus a powder room, an office, elevator service to all three floors, and extensive use of wood, porcelain, glass and stone.” As an elevator alternative, glass-lined floating stone stairs offer passage between the home’s levels.

“At the touch of a button, the Crestron smart home panels allow you to intuitively control climate, lighting, electric shades, surround sound, and security cameras,” all from your mobile phone or tablet.

On the beachfront entry level, “floor-to-ceiling Fleetwood doors provide a flawless transition onto an expansive oceanfront patio complete with numerous lounging areas, a built-in barbeque, and fire pit.”

The second floor houses a guest suite and private office, along with the second living area, outfitted with “a basalt and grey quartz slab fireplace” and a “sleek cook’s kitchen with Miele appliances plus a Wolf induction cooktop.” A wraparound deck flanks two sides of the building with full glass railings so as not to obstruct the sit-down ocean views.

Ascending to the top floor, prospective buyers will encounter another pair of bedrooms along with the master retreat, which “boasts vast sea views, a breathtaking bath, and a generous walk-in closet.”

Parking can always be a hassle in North Mission, but here it’s “a breeze, with a three-car attached garage plus two private parking spaces” to accommodate owners and guests alike. The home’s location “provides an ideal setting to revel in endless ocean views, with almost two miles of sandy beach beckoning you to indulge in nightly sunset strolls.

“This is a truly unforgettable experience in Coastal living that you do not want to miss!”

Public records indicate ownership of the Jersey Court home currently lies with Jevin Sackett, a Las Vegas-based chief executive of a holding company for various data and technology-based businesses. Sackett purchased the property in 2013 for a reported $3,850,000, when the 4800-square-foot lot was home to a duplex that had been constructed in 1990 and subsequently repurposed as a single-family home.

More recently the property was offered for sale in 2018, the reported year that construction on the new building was completed. After five months without attracting a buyer with a $9.5 million price tag, the listing was withdrawn until mid-May of this year. Its current asking price sits at $8,899,000.

  • 702 Jersey Court | Mission Beach, 92109
  • Beds: 4 | Baths: 6 | Current Owner: Jevin Sackett | List Price: $8,899,000
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