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March 2024

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Managing Editor Deanna Murphy has returned from a trip to Naviva, the new Four Seasons Resort in Punta Mita, where she stayed in a "tent." As she soon learned, this was not just any tent, nor were the activities, amenities, experiences, and cuisine anything like camping. Our Attend pages are filled with news of fundraisers and fêtes to support, celebrate, and enjoy, so mark your calendars and buy tickets for the many events around town. Feeling glamorous? e San Diego International Film Festival 2024 Awards Viewing Party takes place on March 10, a black-tie affair hosted at a private Rancho Santa Fe estate during the Academy Awards. Get ready for your "close-up!" PHOTO BY JODY PINCHIN Letter from the Editor Now on the market at $19.5 million is "Paradiso in the Ranch," a 9.2-acre Rancho Santa Fe equestrian estate at 5631 El Camino Del Norte, offered by Linda Sansone & Associates. lindasansone.com Photograpy by Vincent Knakal on the cover Andrea Naversen, Editor-at-Large Instagram: @ranchandcoast W e can all dream, can't we? Our March issue is our annual focus on real estate, whether a rambling equestrian property in the rolling hills of Rancho Santa Fe or a beach home on the Del Mar sand. We share not only fabulous listings in 2024 but also include top sales in 2023. Which property came out at No. 1? Read on in "Mega Mansions," my roundup of stunning homes in San Diego County. In other real estate news, siblings Laura Barry and Jason Barry, realtors with Barry Estates, have bought a historic property, designed by architect Lilian J. Rice, on Avenida de Acacias across from e Inn at Rancho Santa Fe. Bill Abrams shares their plans in "e Legacy Lives On." Rice, by the way, was honored by the Women's Museum of California at a fundraising luncheon at e Inn with the support of the Rancho Santa Fe Historical Society. More on that and many other gatherings in this month's Seen section. Abrams also reports on ADUs — accessory dwelling units — which have become a hot topic in San Diego County where the demand for housing grows even as building costs soar. He shares the story of how two neighbors, both mechanical engineers, are building a business, Proteus Homes, to help find a lower-cost solution to the housing shortage. Gillian Flynn profiles award-winning landscape architect Max Vedder, who is refining the art of outdoor living. Flynn showcases recent projects designed to inspire us to "take it outside" and enjoy nature beyond our own four walls. Food & Beverage Editor Brandon Hernández reviews George's at the Cove, the La Jolla restaurant on Prospect Avenue founded 40 years ago by George Hauer. George's has kicked off a year-long celebration, including a monthly ''guest chef " series, so if you haven't dined there lately, this is your chance to revisit — and savor — this La Jolla landmark. ranchandcoast.com 32 MARCH 2024 RANCH & COAST MAGAZINE

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