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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So sad to hear about Bennett’s closing! It was my favorite go to place for birthday gifts that they always wrapped for free. It was… — TRACY
Not sure how long (In)Larkin will last charging $198 for a straw hat and $138 for a tank top. Yikes! — Tracy
You got it! — Erik Torkells
Presidio Guard House.... — Jillian
It is part of the painted signage on the wall of The Guard House — Jillian
I am looking forward to seeing the house flippers in dire straights when the music stops. Forgotten is the fact that the Montecito market can… — Mark Egan
Still sad about Empty Bowl not making it at that location. Maybe should have used Empty Bowl name instead of new unfamiliar name? — Anne Call
Vandenberg has really changed! — Christine!
There’s a pool and a spa — Anon
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