Originally designed in 1915 by famous Santa Barbara architect, Russel Ray, this distinguished Georgian-style estate was recently substantially renovated to bring the home up to modern standards and conveniences. While properly preserving the home's turn of the century character, the remodel features a new foundation, new plumbing and electrical, an expanded kitchen, a new roof and much more! Perched atop San Roque at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, the residence enjoys views of the Pacific Ocean, Channel Islands, Steven's Park and the city below. The nearly 1-acre of grounds are highlighted by a 2-stall barn and meticulously manicured landscaping.
|View:||City, Harbor, Mountain, Ocean, Setting|
|Amenities:||Butlers Pantry, Remodeled Bath, Remodeled Kitchen|
|Fireplaces:||2, DR, LR|
|Dining:||Breakfast Area, Formal|
|Heating / Cooling:||GFA|
|Grounds:||Drought Tolerant LND, Fenced: PRT, Fruit Trees, Horse Facility, Patio Covered, Wooded|
|Foundation:||Pier & Post, Raised|
|Site Improvements:||Paved, Public|
|Proximity:||Near Park(s), Near School(s)|
|Water / Sewer:||S.B. Wtr|
Listed with Sotheby's International Realty
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