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  • Santa Barbara

    Santa Barbara

    Santa Barbara, the heart of the California Coast, remains one of the most highly acclaimed residential destinations in the world. Located 100 miles north of Los Angeles and offering breathtaking coastal views with a year-round summer season, it is the…

  • Montecito


    Nestled between the Santa Ynez Mountains and Pacific Ocean, Montecito is home to some of the finest multi-million dollar estates in the world. Made popular by Italian settlers in the 1860s, Montecito was eventually developed at the turn of the…

  • Mesa


    The Mesa, from the Spanish word for “table,” is Santa Barbara’s elevated section of land stretching from Arroyo Burro (Hendry’s Beach) to West Beach (Ledbetter Beach). While one of the oldest historical areas in the city, having been inhabited largely…

  • Hope Ranch

    Hope Ranch

    Hope Ranch is one of the most exclusive and luxurious neighborhoods in all of California. In 1861 an Irish sheep farmer, Thomas Hope, bought the land (hence the name) to raise sheep and produce wool for Civil War soldier uniforms….

  • The Riviera

    The Riviera

    Santa Barbara’s Riviera is located in the two mile area separating the Santa Barbara Mission and Sycamore Canyon, perched above the downtown area. Resident’s enjoy the beautiful ocean and island views overlooking the main downtown area of Santa Barbara and the…

  • Waterfront & Funk Zone

    Waterfront & Funk Zone

    Santa Barbara’s Funk Zone has become a favorite in recent years. Over the past few decades, this district, which spans the area between the ocean and Highway 101 and is adjacent to the Amtrak station, has enjoyed an upswell of…

  • Carpinteria


    A small and sleepy beach town of around 13,000 residents, Carpinteria is located just 8 miles south of downtown Santa Barbara’s hustle and bustle. Filled with beaches, parks and hiking trails this enchanting Southern California town is perfect for the…

  • Goleta


    The City of Goleta stretches approximately 8 miles along the coast, located a few miles west of Santa Barbara. Officially deemed a city in 2002, Goleta is home to some 30,000 residents and a growing business community. Situated directly on…

  • Santa Ynez Valley, Solvang, Los Olivos & Beyond

    Santa Ynez Valley, Solvang, Los Olivos & Beyond

    Located a little over 30 minutes away from the city of Santa Barbara and still in Santa Barbara County, the Santa Ynez Valley is made up of six distinctive communities –  Ballard, Buellton, Los Alamos, Los Olivos, Santa Ynez and Solvang. Praised as one of the nicest climates…