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Vol. 3 Issue 5

SOLANA

SOLANA BEACH

CA BRE # 01204280

COMING SOON

ACTIVE

132 Ocean View Dr.

5 Bed | 2 Full Bath/2 Half Bath | 3,236 SQFT

ACTIVE

14286 Recuerdo Dr.

444 Pine Needles Dr.

5 Bed + Office | 4.5 Bath | 3,692 SQFT

Jennifer & Nancy Anderson Passion for Relationships, Reputation for Marketing & Negotiations Extensive Print and Online Marketing Nationally recognized as “30 Under 30” by Realtor Magazine

4 Bed | 3.5 Bath | 3,276 SQFT

Solana Beach Market Update

ATTACHED: ADDRESS

532 Via De La Valle #F 540G Via De La Valle 532 A Via De La Valle 419 Bay Meadows Way 675 S Sierra Ave 42 337 Arcaro Lane 429 S Sierra 844 Ida 567 S Sierra #74

BD

1 1 2 3 2 2 3 3 2

BA

1 1 2 1 2 2 2 3 2

SQFT

860 860 1,426 1,173 1,210 1,336 1,423 2,570 1,375

DOM*

15 24 0 27 20 50 0 50 48

SOLD PRICE

$400,000 $402,000 $525,000 $645,000 $743,000 $810,000 $875,000 $925,000 $1,350,000

$/SQFT

$465 $467 $368 $549 $614 $606 $614 $359 $981

DETACHED: ADDRESS

667 Solana Hills Ct 618 Canyon 534 Glencrest 235 Barbara Ave 235/237 341 N Sierra Ave 826 Seabright Lane 318 S Nardo Avenue 631 E Circle Drive 635 N Granados Ave 249 Pacific ADDRESS

648 Solana Circle E 15883 Highland Court

BD

4 3 3 4 3 3 6 2 3 3

BA

2 3 2 2 2 2 5 2 3 2

SQFT

1,870 2,128 1,878 2,100 1,676 2,645 4,342 2,739 3,126 1,400

DOM*

65 0 21 8 86 41 101 3 0 98

SOLD PRICE

$1,010,000 $1,150,000 $1,260,000 $1,320,000 $1,425,000 $1,500,000 $1,887,000 $2,625,000 $2,675,000 $3,200,000

$/SQFT

$540 $540 $670 $628 $850 $567 $434 $958 $855 $2285

BD

2 3

BA

1 2

SQFT

1,044 1,687

DOM*

0 14

SOLD PRICE

$549,000 $920,000

$/SQFT

$525 $545

*DOM = Days On Market

Jennifer@AndersonCoastal.com

AndersonCoastal.com

All information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Data from SANDICOR, Inc. for 2/18/16 through 4/22/16 and represents properties listed or sold by various brokers. If your property is currently listed this is not meant as a solicitation.

Contact us to learn how we will sell your home for the highest possible price!

Anderson Coastal Properties | 1424 Camino Del Mar | Del Mar | 92014 CA BRE #01885540 | CA BRE #01963802 | Willis Allen CA BRE # 01204280 If your home is currently listed, this is not a solicitation for that listing.

THE NEW SKYLIGHT

North of Via De La Via, West of I-5, South of San Elijo Lagoon

TOWNHOMES:

858.524.3077

Let the Light In

Produced by DLP Marketing • (858)880-9078 • DLPmarketing.com

Art Adventures

COMMUNITY ART WALKS

The Handlebar’s

QUINOA SALAD WITH ROASTED BEETS

The Run for the Roses THE KENTUCKY DERBY

Solana Beach Market Report Presented By Jennifer Anderson


The Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs Louisville, Kentucky

SUN CATCHERS W

ho doesn’t love the look and feel of a sun-drenched room, light and airy and full of freshness? Unfortunately, if you’re like most homeowners, you have a room or two that always seems a bit dark and dreary. Maybe it’s a downstairs bathroom with only one small window, a windowless closet or laundry room, or even a main space in your home that just never seems to get enough natural sunlight. Sound familiar? Well then, have we found an interesting solution for you!

America’s Greatest Race Churchill Downs, the world’s most legendary racetrack, has conducted thoroughbred racing and presented America’s greatest race, the Kentucky Derby, continuously since 1875. The Kentucky Derby takes place on the first Saturday in May every year, and typically draws a crowd of 155,000 people. Often called “The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports,” the Kentucky Derby receives this nickname from the approximate length of time it takes the winner to run from the starting gate to the finish line. Its rich traditions – sipping a mint julep, donning a beautiful hat, and joining fellow race fans in singing “My Old Kentucky Home” – transcend the Kentucky Derby from a mere sporting event, making it a true icon of Americana. Source: KentuckyDerby.com

Enter Solatube, a cool new way to get natural sunlight into the darkest and most depressing rooms of your home … all without major construction. And without breaking the bank! Here’s how it works: Solatube installers come to your home and fit in tubing that runs from your rooftop to the ceiling of the room you’re looking to illuminate. The Solatube Daylighting System captures sunlight in a domelike lens on the roof. Then the light is transferred down this tubing, which is made from highly reflective material. Finally, special diffusers at the end of the tubes evenly disperse the natural sunlight throughout the room. The Solatube tubing can run for up to 30 feet allowing natural light to flow into lower levels of your home, something which cannot be done with traditional skylights of yore. And because the tubing is installed in sections, angled pieces can be built around joists and rafters so there is no major construction needed at installation. In fact, installation can take place in just a few hours. And while older skylights often look outdated, Solatube offers several stylish choices of decorative fixtures to finish the look of the lights in your rooms. Guests may not even realize the lights are anything other than traditional light fixtures. There are even options to diffuse the light, making it seem natural, warm, or soft, depending on your lighting preferences. Of course, the natural sunlight is a huge benefit to the look of your home, but the other major advantage of the Solatube system is for your electricity bill. Since sunshine is free, your lighting bill will be decreased. That’s good for you and for the environment! Studies have also shown that natural sunshine is good for your health. And if the newfound sunshine is ever too much of a good thing? The company offers a handy dimmer to shut out daylight in case you need to go nap.

YOUR HOME

Calling All Art Lovers!

W

ant to get more connected with the cultural scene in your community? Seek out an art walk. Many towns and cities with thriving art scenes offer weekly or monthly art walks, when community members are invited to come out at night and stroll from gallery to gallery to soak up the sights. Think of it similar to a pub-crawl, only participants are sipping wine and nibbling on hors d’oeuvres not drinking ale, all while admiring and perhaps even purchasing fine art along the way. Wondering where to begin? Start by searching for art walks in your city online, or call any local museums or galleries and ask them to fill you in on all the details. If you live in a smaller town,

ART WALK

you may have a few galleries hooking up to offer introductions to their work and new exhibits on a monthly basis. Some larger cities boast art walk lounges, where you can start your own self-guided tour and gather maps and information on the galleries and nearby local businesses. Some cities even offer smart phone apps to help guide you as you walk from gallery to gallery. Other enticing opportunities we’ve seen in some cities include meet-the-artist moments when you can watch the artists at work; pre- and post-art walk parties at nearby bars, restaurants, and hotels; live music; and horse-drawn carriage rides to get you from gallery to gallery. A few tips: Be sure to get to the galleries early if you’re interested in sharing some of the food and wine, as these events can get crowded and offerings can run out. And remember that you’re really there for the art, not for the free goodies. Also, realize that artists are interested in sharing and educating people about their craft, and though they would love it if you bought their art, they certainly don’t expect everyone to make a purchase. Don’t be intimidated by pricey galleries, as most savvy artists will offer a vast price range of their work. If there isn’t an art walk in your town (and there should be if it’s home to at least several art galleries), start one! Not only is it a great way to enjoy a cultural experience within your own community, it is also a great idea for a date night, or if you’re single, an exciting way to meet like-minded art lovers that live in your area. Sounds like a win-win to us!

Quinoa Salad with Roasted Beets

LOCAL FLAVOR!

TIME FOR TRAVEL

SALAD INGREDIENTS

DRESSING INSTRUCTIONS

2c cooked quinoa ½ c cooked beets large dice ½ c sugar snap peas bias cut into quarters ½ c pomegranate seeds ½ c sweet garlic dressing (recipe below) 4 tbsp crumbled feta cheese to top salads 4 leaves butter leaf lettuce salt and pepper to taste

Mix together the oil, vinegar and sugar. Pour a small amount of the liquid in a blender with the salt, pepper, Worcestershire, garlic, and red onion. Puree until smooth. Stream in remaining liquid with the blender running, turn off and adjust the seasonings as need. Yield: 2 cups.

SWEET GARLIC DRESSING INGREDIENTS ½c ½c ½c 4 ¼ 1 tsp 1 tsp 1 tsp

apple cider vinegar vegetable oil sugar garlic cloves red onion salt pepper Worcestershire

SALAD INSTRUCTIONS In a large mixing bowl combine the cooked quinoa, beets, sugar snap peas, and pomegranate seeds. Season these items lightly with salt and pepper, and then add sweet garlic dressing and toss to combine. To plate: Place a leaf of butter lettuce in each of the 4 bowls and divide the quinoa salad evenly amongst the 4 bowls. Top each salad with a tablespoon of crumbled feta cheese. Serves 4.

The Handlebar Tempe HandlebarAZ.com


The Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs Louisville, Kentucky

SUN CATCHERS W

ho doesn’t love the look and feel of a sun-drenched room, light and airy and full of freshness? Unfortunately, if you’re like most homeowners, you have a room or two that always seems a bit dark and dreary. Maybe it’s a downstairs bathroom with only one small window, a windowless closet or laundry room, or even a main space in your home that just never seems to get enough natural sunlight. Sound familiar? Well then, have we found an interesting solution for you!

America’s Greatest Race Churchill Downs, the world’s most legendary racetrack, has conducted thoroughbred racing and presented America’s greatest race, the Kentucky Derby, continuously since 1875. The Kentucky Derby takes place on the first Saturday in May every year, and typically draws a crowd of 155,000 people. Often called “The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports,” the Kentucky Derby receives this nickname from the approximate length of time it takes the winner to run from the starting gate to the finish line. Its rich traditions – sipping a mint julep, donning a beautiful hat, and joining fellow race fans in singing “My Old Kentucky Home” – transcend the Kentucky Derby from a mere sporting event, making it a true icon of Americana. Source: KentuckyDerby.com

Enter Solatube, a cool new way to get natural sunlight into the darkest and most depressing rooms of your home … all without major construction. And without breaking the bank! Here’s how it works: Solatube installers come to your home and fit in tubing that runs from your rooftop to the ceiling of the room you’re looking to illuminate. The Solatube Daylighting System captures sunlight in a domelike lens on the roof. Then the light is transferred down this tubing, which is made from highly reflective material. Finally, special diffusers at the end of the tubes evenly disperse the natural sunlight throughout the room. The Solatube tubing can run for up to 30 feet allowing natural light to flow into lower levels of your home, something which cannot be done with traditional skylights of yore. And because the tubing is installed in sections, angled pieces can be built around joists and rafters so there is no major construction needed at installation. In fact, installation can take place in just a few hours. And while older skylights often look outdated, Solatube offers several stylish choices of decorative fixtures to finish the look of the lights in your rooms. Guests may not even realize the lights are anything other than traditional light fixtures. There are even options to diffuse the light, making it seem natural, warm, or soft, depending on your lighting preferences. Of course, the natural sunlight is a huge benefit to the look of your home, but the other major advantage of the Solatube system is for your electricity bill. Since sunshine is free, your lighting bill will be decreased. That’s good for you and for the environment! Studies have also shown that natural sunshine is good for your health. And if the newfound sunshine is ever too much of a good thing? The company offers a handy dimmer to shut out daylight in case you need to go nap.

YOUR HOME

Calling All Art Lovers!

W

ant to get more connected with the cultural scene in your community? Seek out an art walk. Many towns and cities with thriving art scenes offer weekly or monthly art walks, when community members are invited to come out at night and stroll from gallery to gallery to soak up the sights. Think of it similar to a pub-crawl, only participants are sipping wine and nibbling on hors d’oeuvres not drinking ale, all while admiring and perhaps even purchasing fine art along the way. Wondering where to begin? Start by searching for art walks in your city online, or call any local museums or galleries and ask them to fill you in on all the details. If you live in a smaller town,

ART WALK

you may have a few galleries hooking up to offer introductions to their work and new exhibits on a monthly basis. Some larger cities boast art walk lounges, where you can start your own self-guided tour and gather maps and information on the galleries and nearby local businesses. Some cities even offer smart phone apps to help guide you as you walk from gallery to gallery. Other enticing opportunities we’ve seen in some cities include meet-the-artist moments when you can watch the artists at work; pre- and post-art walk parties at nearby bars, restaurants, and hotels; live music; and horse-drawn carriage rides to get you from gallery to gallery. A few tips: Be sure to get to the galleries early if you’re interested in sharing some of the food and wine, as these events can get crowded and offerings can run out. And remember that you’re really there for the art, not for the free goodies. Also, realize that artists are interested in sharing and educating people about their craft, and though they would love it if you bought their art, they certainly don’t expect everyone to make a purchase. Don’t be intimidated by pricey galleries, as most savvy artists will offer a vast price range of their work. If there isn’t an art walk in your town (and there should be if it’s home to at least several art galleries), start one! Not only is it a great way to enjoy a cultural experience within your own community, it is also a great idea for a date night, or if you’re single, an exciting way to meet like-minded art lovers that live in your area. Sounds like a win-win to us!

Quinoa Salad with Roasted Beets

LOCAL FLAVOR!

TIME FOR TRAVEL

SALAD INGREDIENTS

DRESSING INSTRUCTIONS

2c cooked quinoa ½ c cooked beets large dice ½ c sugar snap peas bias cut into quarters ½ c pomegranate seeds ½ c sweet garlic dressing (recipe below) 4 tbsp crumbled feta cheese to top salads 4 leaves butter leaf lettuce salt and pepper to taste

Mix together the oil, vinegar and sugar. Pour a small amount of the liquid in a blender with the salt, pepper, Worcestershire, garlic, and red onion. Puree until smooth. Stream in remaining liquid with the blender running, turn off and adjust the seasonings as need. Yield: 2 cups.

SWEET GARLIC DRESSING INGREDIENTS ½c ½c ½c 4 ¼ 1 tsp 1 tsp 1 tsp

apple cider vinegar vegetable oil sugar garlic cloves red onion salt pepper Worcestershire

SALAD INSTRUCTIONS In a large mixing bowl combine the cooked quinoa, beets, sugar snap peas, and pomegranate seeds. Season these items lightly with salt and pepper, and then add sweet garlic dressing and toss to combine. To plate: Place a leaf of butter lettuce in each of the 4 bowls and divide the quinoa salad evenly amongst the 4 bowls. Top each salad with a tablespoon of crumbled feta cheese. Serves 4.

The Handlebar Tempe HandlebarAZ.com


Vol. 3 Issue 5

SOLANA

SOLANA BEACH

CA BRE # 01204280

COMING SOON

ACTIVE

132 Ocean View Dr.

5 Bed | 2 Full Bath/2 Half Bath | 3,236 SQFT

ACTIVE

14286 Recuerdo Dr.

444 Pine Needles Dr.

5 Bed + Office | 4.5 Bath | 3,692 SQFT

Jennifer & Nancy Anderson Passion for Relationships, Reputation for Marketing & Negotiations Extensive Print and Online Marketing Nationally recognized as “30 Under 30” by Realtor Magazine

4 Bed | 3.5 Bath | 3,276 SQFT

Solana Beach Market Update

ATTACHED: ADDRESS

532 Via De La Valle #F 540G Via De La Valle 532 A Via De La Valle 419 Bay Meadows Way 675 S Sierra Ave 42 337 Arcaro Lane 429 S Sierra 844 Ida 567 S Sierra #74

BD

1 1 2 3 2 2 3 3 2

BA

1 1 2 1 2 2 2 3 2

SQFT

860 860 1,426 1,173 1,210 1,336 1,423 2,570 1,375

DOM*

15 24 0 27 20 50 0 50 48

SOLD PRICE

$400,000 $402,000 $525,000 $645,000 $743,000 $810,000 $875,000 $925,000 $1,350,000

$/SQFT

$465 $467 $368 $549 $614 $606 $614 $359 $981

DETACHED: ADDRESS

667 Solana Hills Ct 618 Canyon 534 Glencrest 235 Barbara Ave 235/237 341 N Sierra Ave 826 Seabright Lane 318 S Nardo Avenue 631 E Circle Drive 635 N Granados Ave 249 Pacific ADDRESS

648 Solana Circle E 15883 Highland Court

BD

4 3 3 4 3 3 6 2 3 3

BA

2 3 2 2 2 2 5 2 3 2

SQFT

1,870 2,128 1,878 2,100 1,676 2,645 4,342 2,739 3,126 1,400

DOM*

65 0 21 8 86 41 101 3 0 98

SOLD PRICE

$1,010,000 $1,150,000 $1,260,000 $1,320,000 $1,425,000 $1,500,000 $1,887,000 $2,625,000 $2,675,000 $3,200,000

$/SQFT

$540 $540 $670 $628 $850 $567 $434 $958 $855 $2285

BD

2 3

BA

1 2

SQFT

1,044 1,687

DOM*

0 14

SOLD PRICE

$549,000 $920,000

$/SQFT

$525 $545

*DOM = Days On Market

Jennifer@AndersonCoastal.com

AndersonCoastal.com

All information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Data from SANDICOR, Inc. for 2/18/16 through 4/22/16 and represents properties listed or sold by various brokers. If your property is currently listed this is not meant as a solicitation.

Contact us to learn how we will sell your home for the highest possible price!

Anderson Coastal Properties | 1424 Camino Del Mar | Del Mar | 92014 CA BRE #01885540 | CA BRE #01963802 | Willis Allen CA BRE # 01204280 If your home is currently listed, this is not a solicitation for that listing.

THE NEW SKYLIGHT

North of Via De La Via, West of I-5, South of San Elijo Lagoon

TOWNHOMES:

858.524.3077

Let the Light In

Produced by DLP Marketing • (858)880-9078 • DLPmarketing.com

Art Adventures

COMMUNITY ART WALKS

The Handlebar’s

QUINOA SALAD WITH ROASTED BEETS

The Run for the Roses THE KENTUCKY DERBY

Solana Beach Market Report Presented By Jennifer Anderson

Profile for DLP Marketing

Solana Beach Lifestyle | Anderson Coastal Properties  

lifestyle, real estate

Solana Beach Lifestyle | Anderson Coastal Properties  

lifestyle, real estate