La Sonrisa—A Stunning Spanish Colonial Revival

La Sonrisa, a stunning Spanish Colonial Revival estate, is making its market debut. Designed by Floyd Brewster, protégé of George Washington Smith and the architect behind the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, the historic four-bedroom, four-bathroom estate is situated on over an acre of exquisitely landscaped grounds in the coveted Hope Ranch enclave of Santa Barbara. Commissioned in 1931 by Naval Captain C.G. Davy, the second president of Hope Ranch Estates, the 5,000-square-foot home boasts preserved hand-painted tiles, intricately carved wooden shutters from Peru, and rare details such as original brass hardware, custom ironwork, and decorative window glass from the 1930s. For those with an appreciation for beauty, architecture, and history, La Sonrisa is the perfect legacy estate.

Hope Ranch offers miles of equestrian trails, private beach access and facilities, and a community tennis court. The enclave also boasts excellent schools, 24-hour patrol, and convenient dining and shopping along Santa Barbara’s Upper State Street corridor and downtown.

4305 Via Presada is being offered for $6,895,000. To learn more, contact the Knight Real Estate Group at 805-895-4406 or [email protected].


Sponsored by the Knight Real Estate Group of Village Properties (DRE# 01463617).