An Ordinary '80s Home With Some Extraordinary Cliff-Top Views

Location: Dillon Beach, California

Price: $1,125,000

The address of this Dillon Beach, California, home, 30 Waikiki Lane, is particularly apt, considering the Pacific views seem to extend all the way to Hawaii. The house itself is a rather ordinary affair, clad in brown shingle and built in 1980, but the views, which extend across Tomales and Bodega Bays, are truly stunning. Luckily, the three-bedroom beige house has plenty of windows to take in those million-dollar views, because the rest of the house fails to impress. No wonder most of the photos are looking out. The cliffside perch is asking $1,130,000.

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