Properties for Sale

Properties for Sale

830 Riven Rock

4-bedroom, ocean view Montecito farmhouse built in 1902 set on ~1.34 acres.
$7,950,000

1020 Via Tranquila

Hope Ranch Mediterranean-style estate set on 2.23± private acres of sanctuary – well suited for Santa Barbara’s laid-back lifestyle.
$4,250,000

3968 PCH

Best Value on the Beach for under $3M!!! 2 bedrooms/2 bathrooms plus bonus loft, gourmet kitchen and a chic living area.
$2,995,000

Properties for Lease

Properties for Lease

Ayala Lane “Ravenscroft”

Located in the heart of Montecito this romantic, historic, gated George Washington Smith Estate lovingly known as ”Ravenscroft” sits on 2 private acres with pool, spa and tennis court.
$95,000 per month

1685 Fernald Point Lane

Luxury Lease 6 Bedroom Beach home located in the heart of Montecito is now available for longterm lease.
Price upon request.

Villa Di Giardino

This exceptional 3 bedroom Montecito Estate rental is in a prime location close to the San Ysidro Ranch and the Upper Village.
$45,000.00 per month.

El Descanso

This new island style view home with 4 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms is behind a security gate and sits on over 5 acres, which allows total privacy.
$28,000 – $54,000 per month

Canon View Rd

Uber chic pied-a-terre tucked away in a tranquil Montecito location is now available for long term lease (One Year Minimum)
$18,500 per month

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In Memoriam

The Montecito Mudslide on January 9th, 2018 sadly took these two beautiful homes. Thankfully, the owners of these homes are alive and well and will rebuild. These homes were the resting place of many happy heads, many a glass was raised and lots of wonderful stories shared. I was lucky enough to meet some of the most incredible people while representing theses two homes. Rather than remove them completely, I have opted to leave them posted on my website so their beauty can be admired. These homes will be missed but the memories I had  in them will last forever.

Olive Mill

Sadly this beautiful home was lost during the Montecito Mudslide in Jan 2018.