The magnificent Foxhill estate was recently sold by our agent Greg Noonan of Greg Noonan & Associates. The estate is perched on eight acres in La Jolla and was previously owned by the Copley publishing family. Originally built in 1959, the home is modeled after a French country-style manor. While owned by Helen Copley, the home entertained famous guests such as President Richard Nixon. After she died, the property went to her son, David Copley.
The 17,368-square-foot home features seven bedrooms, 9-1/2 bathrooms, a library, office, formal dining room, professional kitchen, fitness center, guesthouse, and staff quarters. Outdoor amenities include a swimming pool, greenhouse, garden shed, garage space for 12 cars, orchards, and gardens.
The home was purchased by hotel developer Doug Manchester of Manchester Foxhill, LLC for $17 million.