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This area is perhaps home to Santa Barbara’s most diverse architecture, as people came from across the world to build their dream homes in the natural beauty of Montecito. The area boasts prime examples of Mediterranean, Tudor, Cape Cod, Normandy, Roman, Persian, and, of course, Spanish Colonial Revival style homes designed by such seminal architects as George Washington Smith, Frank Lloyd Wright, Bertram Goodhue, and Reginald Johnson. Many estates have equestrian facilities, tennis courts, and/or pools, and ocean, island, and mountain views abound.
Price range: $600,000-50,000,000
Zip Code: 93108 


The beauty of this exclusive Santa Barbara suburb is obvious from the wrought-iron entrance on palm-lined Las Palmas Drive, which passes the lush La Cumbre Country Club with its shimmering lake, Laguna Blanca, and continues through the coastal bluffs. The Home Owners Association preserves the area’s quality of life and open, bucolic atmosphere, and oversees fire protection, private security patrols, and road maintenance. Among the many benefits of home ownership are the private Hope Ranch Beach Park, with its cabanas and picnic areas, and over 22 miles of bridle paths, evidence of Hope Ranch’s long equestrian tradition.

Price range: $1,000,000-20,000,000

Zip Code: 93110
22 miles of equestrian and hiking trails
Tennis facilities
Hope Ranch Beach Park (private beach for residents)
Full-time Management, private security patrol
Private roads
Golf club
Association fee: $1,200 per year
Ocean and island views


Real estate in this area is often divided into two categories: The Upper Riviera (above Alameda Padre Serra, “APS”) and the Lower Riviera (between APS and the Eastside). In the Upper Riviera one finds grand Spanish Colonial Revival houses from the 1920s, stunning contemporary homes, and Mediterranean style villas. The Lower Riviera is more densely populated, primarily with charming Craftsman and California-style cottages.

Price range: $700,000-5,000,000
Zip Code: 93103

Amenities, Franceschi Park and Parma Park, Hiking trails, Ocean, island, and city views


Carpinteria is famously home to the “world’s safest beach”, but its charms don’t end at the sand. Antiques stores, cafes, candy shops, and fine-dining restaurants line Linden Avenue, its small-town style main street, and residents enjoy many outdoor recreational activities. The area is home to renowned surf break Rincon Point, as well as the world-class Santa Barbara Polo and Racquet Club, which hosts weekly matches throughout the summer months.

Though Carpinteria has some of the most exclusive oceanfront addresses in all of California, well-appointed condominium complexes and Craftsman-style single-family homes are also plentiful. Downtown cottages are located a short walk from the beach, and large ranches are spread across the foothills.

Price range: $500,000-20,000,000
Zip Code: 93013, 93014

Carpinteria, Padaro, Sandyland, Loon, and Rincon beaches
Several community parks and open spaces, including Toro Canyon Park and the Carpinteria Bluffs
Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club
Amtrak Train Station
Hiking trails
Shopping and dining
Ocean, island, and mountain views

Centered around State Street, the main shopping and dining thoroughfare, Downtown is the cultural heart of Santa Barbara. Stretching from the beach toward the Mission, here you’ll find world-class restaurants, galleries and performing arts venues, historical landmarks, and stylish boutiques.

Santa Barbara’s famed Mediterranean and Spanish Colonial style architecture is evident in Downtown’s luxury condos, single-family residences, and apartment buildings. Craftsman cottages and classic California bungalows are nestled on tree-lined streets just a few blocks from cafes, theatres, and shops. Most properties have views of the Santa Ynez Mountains, and some have views of the ocean and Channel Islands.

Price range: $600,000-3,000,000
Zip Code: 93101

Parks, including Alameda Park, and Alice Keck Park Gardens
West Beach and East Beach, Sterns Wharf
Historical and cultural attractions
Shopping and dining
Two weekly Farmers’ Markets


Just west of State Street, this is one of the oldest residential neighborhoods in Santa Barbara, with the majority of houses being built before the 1940s. The Westside stretches down to the Santa Barbara Harbor and the beach to the South, and toward Cottage Hospital in the north. It’s an ideal neighborhood for young families and first-time buyers, with schools, shopping, and beaches just a short walk or drive away.

With many of the cottages and bungalows built in the early 20th century, the Westside is home to a multitude of architectural styles. Craftsman and California ranch-style single-family homes are interspersed with newer Mediterranean and Cape Cod-style condominiums and a few contemporary homes.

Price range: $500,000-2,000,000
Zip Code: 93101

Parks and playgrounds
West Beach, Ledbetter Beach
Santa Barbara Harbor
Santa Barbara City College
Foothill, mountain, and city views


Spanning the distance between State Street and the Riviera, the Eastside is an up-and-coming neighborhood, excellent for first-time buyers. It is home to the Santa Barbara Zoo. Residents enjoy walking to shopping, restaurants, and other downtown destinations, and the Santa Barbara Bowl, the area’s premier music venue.

The Eastside has a mix of commercial and residential neighborhoods, giving it a lively atmosphere. Its residential areas are comprised almost entirely of single-family homes in Craftsman, Victorian, and Spanish styles. There are a few Mediterranean and contemporary style townhomes.

Price range: $450,000-2,000,000
Zip Code: 93101, 93103

Santa Barbara Bowl
Santa Barbara Zoo
East Beach
Parks and athletic fields
Shopping and dining
Foothill and city views


This hilltop residential neighborhood offers, with its long sidewalks and manicured lawns, offers views of the rolling foothills, Santa Ynez Mountains, and the Riviera. The area is quiet, though shopping, dining, and the Santa Barbara Municipal Golf Course are all nearby.

Samarkand is primarily comprised of single-family homes in a mix of architectural styles, though Craftsman and ranch-style homes are most common. Lots here are slightly larger than average.

Price range: $700,000-2,000,000
Zip Code: 93105

Foothill and mountain views
Golf course
MacKenzie Park


This carefree beach town, with its famous antiques shops, is just a few miles down the coast from Montecito. Residents of this seaside community enjoy walking to wide, sandy beaches, neighborhood cafes, and stylish, eclectic boutiques.

Handsome Victorian houses and Cape Cod cottages, many with charming flower gardens, are perched on the hills of Summerland, overlooking the ocean and islands. A few larger estates are nestled into the foothills, and lucky beachfront homes have steps right down to the sand.

Price range: $700,000-3,000,000
Zip Code: 93067


Summerland Beach
Shopping and dining


Just off of State Street, between Valerio, the Riviera, and the Mission, is the Upper Eastside. One of Santa Barbara’s oldest, stateliest neighborhoods, the Upper Eastside has much of the convenience of downtown addresses, but in a quieter, more peaceful setting. This area is often considered--along with Montecito, Hope Ranch, and the Riviera--to be among Santa Barbara’s most prestigious.

Tucked behind neat hedgerows are unique and elegant mansions and cottages. Many are historic homes, dating from the early 1900s, which have been lovingly maintained or restored and surrounded by mature landscaping. The architectural variety includes prime examples of Edwardian, Mediterranean, Tudor, and Craftsman styles.

Price range: $900,000-6,000,000
Zip Code: 93101, 93105

Parks, including the Mission Rose Garden
Foothill and ocean views
Dining and shopping



This area, stretching from the Old Mission into the Santa Barbara foothills, is rich in natural beauty. Creeks flow through its wooded canyons, which are home to artists’ retreats, parks and open spaces, relics of the Spanish Colonial days, the Museum of Natural History, and the Santa Barbara Botanic Gardens.

Most houses in the area are built with an eye toward the natural, rustic setting. Contemporary homes with walls of glass invite the outdoors in, and sprawling, ranch-style houses offer views and natural light in every room. Most properties have canyon and foothill vistas, while some offer ocean and city views.

Price range: $900,000-5,000,000
Zip Code: 93105

Hiking trails
Parks, including the Santa Barbara Botanical Gardens and Mission Rose Garden
Cultural sites, such as the Old Mission and Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History
Foothill and ocean views


Santa Barbara County Education Office

Montecito Union School
Grades K-6

Cold Spring School
Grades K-6

Cate School
Grades 9-12
Laguna Blanca School
Grades K-4
Grades 5-12
Crane Country Day School
Grades K-8
Marymount School
Grades K-8


​​Why Cambria?

We at
Cambria represent a portfolio of quality properties both long and short-term throughout the Montecito, Santa Barbara, Hope Ranch and Goleta areas. Our knowledgeable, very personable team is concerned with all of the details, big or small that go into the purchase, sale or leasing of a property to create a wonderful, smooth and stress-free experience that have kept our clients and tenants extremely happy and using us and our services for years.

We specialize in helping our clients profit from their long-term or short-term investment property.

If you're considering buying, selling or leasing, you'll find our group to be well-rounded, professional and very personable. 
Cambria can help you achieve what you want, very simply!


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