Who says you must live in Los Angeles to enjoy the drama and glamour of Hollywood’s Golden Age? This 5,859 square-foot abode perched above Montecito offers the wonderful lush details of the Hollywood Regency style that was popularized by architects like John Elgin Woolf, who was originally commissioned by a member of the Huntington family to build this the 2.5-acre estate in 1959. Lovingly re-envisioned in 2008 by its current owners, the home’s three bedrooms and 5,859 square feet offer a beautiful blend of classic vintage and modern details of the highest quality. Even the outdoor rooms, terraces and poolhouse, with the dramatic backdrop of the Pacific ocean and islands, serve as showstoppers.
Represented by Barbara Koutnik and Mickey Shaevitz for $16,000,000.