One of Montecito's most identifiable luxury homes, a superb example of International Style architecture, commands a coveted nearly one-half-acre above pristine Butterfly Beach. Just up Channel Drive from the world-renowned Four Seasons Santa Barbara Biltmore, the dramatic home was influenced by the works of internationally-acclaimed architect Richard Neutra.
In keeping with the International Style architecture championed by Neutra and others of similar stature, this home enjoys emphasis on the flexibility and adaptability of its space. The 3 bed, 2.5 bath residence hosts walls of floor-to-ceiling windows and glass doors, complemented by clerestory windows above. The result is an incomparable array of panoramic vistas -- from the grounds and nearly every room -- of the Pacific Ocean and beyond, to the Channel Islands.
A spacious balcony wraps around the southern and eastern sides of the residence, offering a dreamlike venue for entertaining, or for enjoying one’s morning coffee or evening sunsets. Designed with privacy in mind, the home features tinted privacy glass windows and sliding doors, allowing one to see, but not be seen. Additional privacy is assured by tall hedges around the property's perimeter.
A showcase of casual luxury, as a home or home away from home, this stunning abode offers, perhaps, a once in a lifetime opportunity to own Montecito's iconic masterpiece of International Style architecture.
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