Copley cottage in La Jolla sold

Copley cottage in La Jolla sold

A fourth home involved in the closely watched settlement of the David Copley estate has been sold, real estate documents show.

The property is a 700-square-foot cottage on Ivanhoe Avenue near Torrey Pines Road in La Jolla. It sold for $725,000, below the asking price of $795,000, based on transaction records.

Paul M. Greiff and Anita Greiff, of Peachtree City, Ga., are listed as the buyers.

The property transaction, completed last month, marks at least the fourth one tied to the settlement of the Copley estate. Homes now off the market include a Mission Beach house that sold for $3.85 million, a vacation retreat in Borrego Springs that went for $712,500 and a downtown condo with a $3.4 million sale price.

The Ivanhoe home is the smallest of the Copley properties, with one bedroom and one bathroom. It was previously purchased in April 1999 for $340,000, assessor’s documents show.

Copley, the former publisher of The San Diego Union-Tribune, died from a heart attack in November at age 60. He was unmarried and left no children.

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Photo by Cameron Acker.

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