Prudential California Realty
It's situated on a .3 acre lot with breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean from every room according to the listing provided by Prudential California Realty.
If a La Jolla mansion sells for its asking price of $15.9 million, the owners pledge to share some of the money with a charity helping injured North County boy Izaiah Wallis.
The 8262 sq. ft., 6-bedroom, 3.5-bath home will be open Saturday and Sunday for a free tour as part of a community event designed to sell the property.
Realtors The Luxury Home Group announced the event saying that a portion of the proceeds will go to Passion 4 K.I.D.S. in support of the child known to many San Diegans as "Baby Izaiah."
The Vista toddler was blinded and paralyzed after a drunk-driving teenager struck him and his grandfather in Oceanside. While the two-year-old can now voluntarily move his legs, his family still must provide 24-hour care.
A silent auction to be held at the estate this weekend will send 100% of its proceeds to charity organizers said.
To take part, stop by Saturday, July 23, 1-3 p.m. or Sunday, July 24, 1-3 p.m. at 1538 Kearsarge Rd. in La Jolla.