4 bd / 3.5 ba     3,651 total sq ft approx. (Plus bonus room)    0.87 acres approx.    

2010 year built     montecito union school district     floor plans     e-brochure

Located in Montecito’s “Hedgerow” neighborhood and near the Upper and Lower Villages, Montecito Union Elementary, and the famed Miramar Beach, this charming Cape Cod residence blends East Coast sensibility and West Coast style.



charm and hospitality

With a chic color palette of coastal blue, soft slate gray, and light, bright white, the enchanting home perfectly captures what it means to live a life by the sea. A white picket fence and wisteria-covered pergola offer an idyllic welcome as you approach the front door. Inside, the design and layout continue to delight with the same sense of charm and hospitality as the home’s exterior.

Built in 2010, the home captures the historic appeal of Cape Cod architecture, yet with a decidedly modern feel and finishes.

Inside, sunlight fills the great room and French doors beckon out to the mountain-view terrace and expansive grounds. Espresso stained wood floors anchor the space and provide a timeless feel throughout the home.

A wood burning fireplace is perfect for cozy nights or simply as a companion on movie night. Despite its expansive nature, the great room offers logical spaces to relax, converse, create, and celebrate.

The eat-in kitchen is awash in Carrera marble and custom white cabinetry. An extension of the great room, this chic kitchen is central to all of life’s moments. Professional appliances ensure proper assistance during quick weeknight dinners as well as for more formal entertaining. An expansive center island offers excellent storage options and offers an easy invitation for casual dining. The kitchen extends to include a built-in desk, bookshelves, and storage for additional organization options; perfect for coordinating schedules or looking up recipes.

intimate dining room

An intimate dining room is framed by garden facing windows on three sides. This cozy configuration fosters conversation and offers a reason to linger long after the dishes are cleared. French doors lead to the north lawn and further the sense of indoor/outdoor living, for which Montecito is known.


A first floor bedroom looks to the front garden and offers wonderful accommodations for guests. Built-in bookshelves and a charming window seat provide a wonderful excuse to get lost in your favorite novel or daydream. Also on the first floor, the south-facing office has ample built-ins and is the perfect spot for staying organized, working from home, or catching up on emails.