Fall is the season to cuddle up by a warm fire and indulge in delicious comfort foods. In fact, one of the best parts about fall is experimenting with fun recipes at home. Some of the most delightful fall recipes call for seasonal fruit that, if you’re lucky, can be found in your own backyard.



A charming board and batten exterior mingle lush grounds of fruit trees, and beautiful botanicals create a romantic welcome to this gorgeous seaside escape. Aided by fresh seaside air, the garden thrives creating an outdoor oasis. Here you can enjoy persimmons, apples, and fig straight from your backyard!

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This Birnam Wood estate embodies the quintessential California style. With rich, refined details and gorgeous landscape this home is a dreamy residence. Throughout the fall season enjoy fresh lime and apples off your own trees.

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El Cielito is a secluded oasis in the heart of town. This three-acre sanctuary is an exquisite odyssey of quintessential Santa Barbara architecture and unexpected international design. This property features a 100 year-old Moreton Bay Fig tree, perfect for fall cooking!

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Cima Vista Lane is a sophisticated Tuscan Villa that is known for its timeless elegance and impeccable design. During the fall season, you can find ripe pomegranates in your own backyard. With an expansive 11 acre setting, this property has a formal rose garden, vegetable garden and wildlife conservation area further establish the estate’s magnificent and secluded feel.  

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Montecito’s sweetest escape, 1601 Moore Road is the essence of cottage-style charm. Daydream among the rambling gardens and untamed vines that surround the back area of the estate and take advantage of the enchanting pathways that meander around to the main house’s front door. With an inviting interior, lush gardens, and Bearss lime trees, Moore is prepped perfectly for fall.

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