Reborn on the Riviera: Midcentury Style Rebuilt for Today

Built in 1958 by acclaimed architect Peter Edwards as his personal residence, 2010 Las Tunas Road marries midcentury style with today’s quality of life. Perfectly positioned on 1.9 magical acres on the Riviera, the four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom house has been restored and expanded with meticulous care by Dylan Henderson of Santa Barbara’s SALT Architecture. The lines are classic, but everything else is new: plumbing, electrical, roof, HVAC (including air conditioning), kitchen, bathrooms, windows, floors, and landscaping. The open-living floor plan, oversized picture windows, and dramatic ceiling details showcase the amazing Santa Barbara mountain views. And behind the carport are an art studio and workshop. Mature oak and pine trees grace the property, and there’s ample room for a pool.

Currently offered for $4.585 million, 2010 Las Tunas Road will be open this Friday evening and Saturday for showings. To see this one-of-a-kind property in person, contact Troy G Hoidal at 805-689-6808 or [email protected].


Sponsored by Troy G Hoidal.