In a playful move by the designer, emerald green covers the walls and ceiling in the spacious game room while the billiard table shows off a ruby red. Double doors allow easy access to a patio and walkway.
Known as "The Monastery," this landmark property includes more than 10 acres overlooking a grove of olive trees. Originally owned in 1934 by the famed conductor Leopold Stokowski with gardens designed by Lockwood de Forest, the estate received a modern update in 2008 when architect Barton Myers built the current house.
Privately set on 10 acres, one of Montecito's most celebrated estates, El Fureidis, ''Tropical Paradise,'' was designed by renowned architect Bertram Goodhue in 1906.The property is bordered by a seasonal creek and offers significant gardens and landscaping, including several century-old tree specimens.
Glass french doors lead to a private patio and allow for natural light to pour into this airy guest house living room. A bright white living room set is set up next to a charming little fireplace adding a cozy touch.
The country-style eat-in kitchen features stone floors and gorgeous paneled ceilings. Leading-edge appliances, a butler’s pantry, and a temperature-controlled wine refrigerator surround a butcher’s block, offering optimal utility with resplendent charm.
With an oversized fireplace, stunning pitch-beamed ceilings, and ocean views from both its balcony and cheerful sitting area, the master bedroom provides unparalleled serenity. A full dressing room and large, open bathroom with dual vanities and additional ocean views from the oversized soaking tub complete the master suite.
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