Dreamy hacienda asks $7M in Santa Barbara

A central courtyard features green grass and a pool surrounded by a white and teracotta-roofed hacienda. Photos
by Jim Bartsch

A central terrace features an inviting pool

Santa Barbara and its neighboring town Montecito has no shortage
of high-end real estate. With picturesque beaches, a walkable
downtown, and a thriving wine scene, this section of the
“California Rivera” attracts luxury buyers looking for a slice
of paradise.

The latest listing is a brand new five-bedroom,
six-bath build
designed by Becker Studios. Created in the
hacienda style with a strong Mediterranean inspiration, the home
seeks to weave old and new trends. The structure’s focal point is
a central stone terrace with a swimming pool and spa. An
open-concept living area opens up to the patio thanks to steel
folding glass doors for indoor-outdoor entertaining.

Soaring ceilings, wide-plank oak floors, exposed reclaimed oak
beams, and vintage lighting are used throughout. A white kitchen
features marble countertops and custom cabinetry, while other perks
include a wine cellar, drought-tolerant landscaping, and outdoor
lighting. A 930-square-feet one bedroom guest residence boasts a
fireplace, kitchenette, and dual pocket doors.

Ready to invest in picture-perfect Montecito? 707 Park
Lane is on the market now for 6,995,000
.

A living room features a fireplace, white-washed walls, and beamed ceilings.The
living room features a fireplace, white-washed walls, and beamed
ceilings.A modern kitchen boasts a central island, white cabinets, and white oak floors. A
modern kitchen boasts a central island, white cabinets, and white
oak floors. A wooden dining room table sits in front of doors that open up to a courtyard and pool.
The open-concept living areas use folding doors to open up to the
courtyard and pool. A bedroom with white-washed walls, exposed beams, and a queen size bed. A spacious master bath with a white tub, two sink areas, and large windows. The
spacious master bath. A day bed sits in front of trees and a garden.
A day bed sits in front of trees and a garden.
Source: FS – All – Architecture 10
Dreamy hacienda asks M in Santa Barbara