July 19, 2021
Other notable sales include the coffee orchard in Toro Canyon; Fernald Point beachfront; a mixed-use building on E. Canon Perdido; a big architectural whatsit; and a flip next to Rocky Nook Park. 2
November 11, 2020
The week's notable new listings also include California charm—and a coffee orchard—in Toro Canyon, 1980s opulence in Hope Ranch, potential sweetness in east Montecito, and more. 1
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The question is , who is N aka NOME Seen many pieces all over town Nice to spot them — Raul B
No, but there could be one there, too…. — Erik Torkells
Parking lot next to Farmers on Santa Barbara St — Clever Punch
Jasen 🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆 Jillian 🤣🤣🤣 — Christine!
Erick Madrid is a local photographer with a singular vision — Matthew in Montecito
It’s time for the government to back off. We were sold on vaccines by the idea we would “return to normal life”. Now that everyone… — Jasen Edwards
<a href="http://www.billdeweyphoto.com" rel="nofollow ugc">Bill Dewey</a> is very talented fine art photographer and may have some B & W pieces of architecture. — Dawn Lafitte
No get the vaccine or move aside and deal with the consequences. It’s pretty simple. — Pete
I can't believe people are so frightened of a little piece of fabric. Our country is showing itself to be proud of its ignorance and… — Jilian
No, no way. There's only one business owner in SB that wants me to put on a mask, and I respect him. But seriously, it's… — Dan O. Seibert