The Ultimate in Equestrian Luxury!

Immerse yourself in the beauty of 368 Lambert Road ($18 million), a magnificent 6-bedroom, 5-bathroom (plus guest house) equestrian estate, situated on 9.75 acres, in the heart of elite Carpinteria/Summerland/Montecito horse country.

This multifaceted compound features both horse facilities and elegant entertaining venues.

The main house enjoys towering ceilings, spacious rooms, and an inviting outdoor terrace with a fountain and magnificent stone fireplace that overlooks the five-star pool and spa area.

This spacious primary suite includes a private covered patio overlooking the gardens.

A separate gated entrance surrounded by high hedges and breathtaking flower borders leads to a charming 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom guest cottage, providing the option for family compound living.

Explore acres of impressive grounds as you meander through multiple rose gardens, majestic oak trees, and sprawling lawns.

Gated and private, this exquisite property is ideally located near local hiking and horse trails and is perfect for those who love to spend time outdoors! Enjoy over 200 miles of walking, hiking, and riding trails maintained by the Montecito Trails Foundation, an organization dedicated to the preservation and maintenance of public trails in Montecito, Summerland, and Carpinteria. Meander down to beach access off of Padaro Lane. While tourists are more likely to crowd city beaches in Santa Barbara and Carpinteria, locals often utilize these less-traveled beach access trails.

With numerous horse stalls, pastures, barns, and separate living quarters for on-site help, this property lends itself to the optimal equestrian lifestyle.

368 Lambert Road is just moments from the Santa Barbara Polo and Racquet Club and is centrally located in between the fine shopping and dining that Carpinteria, Summerland, and Montecito have to offer.

368 Lambert Road is offered for $18 million. To arrange a visit, contact Daniel Encell of Berkshire Hathaway at 805-565-4896 or [email protected].


Sponsored by Daniel Encell of Berkshire Hathaway.