One of Montecito's most celebrated estates, El Fureidis, ''Tropical Paradise,'' was designed by renowned architect Bertram Goodhue in 1906. It sits on 10 acres of beautiful grounds offering the utmost in privacy and a variety of trees, many of which are over 100 years old.
Privately set on 10 acres, one of Montecito's most celebrated estates, El Fureidis, ''Tropical Paradise,'' was designed by renowned architect Bertram Goodhue in 1906.The property is bordered by a seasonal creek and offers significant gardens and landscaping, including several century-old tree specimens.
The Pebble Tek pool and infinity spa overlook breathtaking ocean vistas to the Southeast and the Santa Ynez mountains to the North.In the main house, richly colored walls line the sensational master suite, with a sitting area or office and elegant bathroom. A second bedroom suite opens to a large, private patio and secondary lap pool, creating the perfect retreat for family or guests. Perched for ocean views, a second level loft-style office opens to a private rooftop deck.A detached one-bedroom suite with a fireplace and full bathroom has direct access to the main pool area, and attaches to a generous laundry room. A second, detached affords privacy yet proximity to the main house. Beautifully appointed, the one-bedroom suite includes a kitchenette, full bathroom and private patio. This Montecito compound affords plentiful space for both family and guests.Built in 1967.5,431 approximate square feet.Architectural style: ContemporaryProperty features: 4 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms and 1 Partial Baths.
This two-story shingled home in Montecito, Calif., sits on such a beautiful lot that it only made sense to have plenty of outdoor spaces where the owners could enjoy it. So, the home comes equipped with a covered patio, sprawling backyard and stunning gardens.
Located down a country lane with sweeping views of the Santa Ynez Mountains, this two-story shingled home in Montecito, Calif., serves as a special place for all of life's moments. As guests approach the property, they'll also get a glimpse of the home's stunning gardens and charming carriage house.
This incredible home located in the foothills of Montecito, California was built by the renowned modern architect Barton Meyers. With four bedrooms, four bathrooms and endless views of the surrounding mountains and the Pacific Ocean, it's a memorable gem of design and beauty.
Known as "The Monastery," this landmark property includes more than 10 acres overlooking a grove of olive trees. Originally owned in 1934 by the famed conductor Leopold Stokowski with gardens designed by Lockwood de Forest, the estate received a modern update in 2008 when architect Barton Myers built the current house.
The setting is impossible to beat, bordered on one side by the Santa Ynez Mountains, on the other by the Pacific Ocean. Beautifully landscaped terraced gardens tucked in amongst palm trees lead all the way down to the water.