And the new listings keep coming….
The price of 110 Summit Lane ($4.975 million) would normally seem a bit high for that location, a lack of a view, and a quirky floor plan, but if it’s as move-in-ready as it looks (and the fake grass isn’t a deterrent), it’ll get snapped up fast, with or without the giant blue egg.
1395 Virginia Road #A and #B ($3.295 million) is is like a miniature hotel, with a four-bedroom house, two cottages, a treehouse, a dining cabana, and “surf shack.”
The beautiful 1897 house at 2211 Garden Street ($3.299 million) has been nicely staged, but the kitchen and bath photos indicate it needs work. Also, it’s on the corner of E. Los Olivos, a busier street than one might think.
Big mountain views and only a few regrettable design moments at 311 Meadowbrook Drive ($6.975 million), a five-bedroom house on 1/2 acres in Ennisbrook.
The power of turnkey: 231 Butterfly Lane ($3.45 million), newly renovated but otherwise unremarkable, went pending almost immediately, presumably for near the asking price.
There’s potential at sweet 234 Rametto Road ($2.399 million), if you don’t mind that it’s a mere 1,900 square feet.
If only all of the houses on Equestrian Avenue, one of those quintessentially Santa Barbara side streets, were as appealing as 217 Equestrian Avenue ($3.095 million). Alas, the mix also includes dilapidation and new-build schlock. Once you’re on the property—which also has a one-bedroom cottage—you can forget about that.
Built in 1987, 1539 Cliff Drive ($2.695 million) looks like it has been cobbled together over the years, but with fresh interiors (although I’d like to see the floors in person before I put any money behind that statement). It’s on a flag lot, one house off the street, so don’t let the address scare you off.
And a few others worth checking out:
••• 1618 Shoreline Drive ($2.75 million, above): as the listing says, it’s “unique.”
••• 1150 Oriole Road ($3.9 million): just off Coast Village Road, but wants updating.
••• 1445 E. Mountain Drive ($6.95 million): admirable location, but the dated design choices.
••• 1201 Cima Linda Lane ($3.295 million): standard Mediterranean on Eucalyptus Hill.
••• 4131 Cresta Avenue ($3.05 million): if it’s “newly renovated,” why the low price?
••• 2434 Santa Barbara Street ($2.4 million): on a nice block, but only two-and-a-half baths for four bedrooms
••• 2123 Summerland Heights Lane ($2.55 million): good price for ocean views.
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