199 Ocean View Ave.
offered at $16,500/month
2 Full + 1 Half Bathrooms
Minutes from Padaro Beach
Minutes from Santa Barbara Polo Club
Just minutes from Padaro Beach & the Santa Barbara Polo Club, this exquisite 1920s home enjoys a perfect blend of sophistication and comfort. Recently updated, this residence is available fully furnished. The kitchen is designed for the culinary expert and has state-of-the-art appliances, a farmhouse sink, a large center island, and a walk-in pantry. The home has new custom cabinetry, shiplap walls and ceilings, and French doors that open to heated patios. Surrounded by tall hedges & a picket fence, this private property is ideal for entertaining guests or simply relaxing under the sun. With Loon Point Beach, Montecito, and Summerland just minutes away, this offering is not to be missed.
Only twelve miles from downtown Santa Barbara, Carpinteria offers all the natural beauty of its larger neighbor in a small town setting. Locals enjoy pristine, golden beaches and gently sloping foothills without searching for parking or avoiding tourists.
Praised for its slower pace of life and welcoming atmosphere, Carpinteria houses around 15,000 permanent residents. The real estate is diverse. Mansions line the shore at Padaro Lane and Sandy land Cove while more modest homes populate quiet neighborhoods just off the beach and north of the freeway. Giant plots of orchards and agricultural fields spread across the flats leading up to the hillsides. And anything from wooden cottages to marble pillared estates dot the slopes of the Santa Ynez Mountains, finding equality in their spectacular views.
Downtown Carpinteria is made up of several blocks of favorite restaurants, timeless antique shops, and stores selling produce grown barely a mile away. It is this small town vibe that attracts potential residents and keeps the current ones proud to live here. Carpinteria is able to mix the appeal of a tiny coastal community where store keepers and patrons are fond acquaintances with optimal location a handful of freeway exits from the bustle of downtown Santa Barbara. The community does become the focus twice a year, however, when it hosts the Rods and Roses Parade in summer and the Avocado Festival in autumn. But Carpinteria remains an inviting town in any month, emanating small town charm close enough to the action so you won’t miss a thing.