Architecturally Significant Montecito Estate
Featured in Santa Barbara architectural books and within the Montecito Golden Triangle, this architecturally significant Montecito estate, designed by the famous architect George Washington Smith, has been lovingly restored and carefully updated to fit today’s current active lifestyle. “Casa Medio”or “The Canby House” was built in 1928 and is known as one of the GWS Period Homes. Its whitewashed plastered facade and blue trim are reminiscent of the homes Smith found during his travels throughout France.
The gated 4 bedroom, 5 1/2 bath French farmhouse rests on approximately 1.25 acre and offers over 5,000 sq. feet of living space.
The Montecito Golden Quadrangle is one of the most desirable areas of this coveted community and is within close proximity to the famed San Ysidro Ranch, walking distance to hiking trails, shops, restaurants, and is in one of California’s best school districts: Montecito Union. Lovely Manning Park is nearby this architecturally significant Montecito estate as well.