Noteworthy new listings….
The Hidden Oaks Ranch Golf Course and Clubhouse at 4760 Calle Camarada ($6.85 million) in Hope Ranch Annex is on the market. From the listing: “Built in 1952, the Clubhouse/Residence is approximately 7,000 square feet on 1.92 acres and has recently undergone an extensive renovation, featuring all high-end fixtures and finishes. The residence boasts six on-suite bedrooms that can accommodate 12 guests for destination weddings, corporate retreats, family reunions, or unforgettable gatherings with friends. […] Sprawling over 12 acres, distinct spaces have been designed throughout the estate to cater to special events of all sizes. This asset could be used as an income producing property operating as an executive Par 3 golf course, and has a Conditional Use Permit that allows for various types of events. […] The Golf Course is a 9-hole, Par 3 on 10.14 acres.”
At the end of a Riviera cul-de-sac, the 1987 house at 1300 Dover Hill Road ($4.725 million) has a prime location with commanding views. Turn away from the window, however, and you’ll see interiors that want updating.
More Riviera views are on offer at 1720 Lasuen Road ($3.199 million), where the period charms of the 1914 Craftsman are offset by things that are less appealing today—the four-bed, two-bath ratio; the one-car garage; the apparent lack of air conditioning.
A modest Montecito house that’s move-in ready? 945 Aleeda Lane ($3.2 million) should go fast, good news for whoever is trying to flip it, having bought it for $2.293 million in February.
250 Bonnie Lane ($4.995 million) should also close quickly: the suburban vibe of the house and street are unlikely to be turn-offs for someone looking for walkability to Montecito Union School. P.S. There’s room for the entire Brady family—sorry, Alice, not you—around that fire pit.
Framed as an “outstanding opportunity to purchase an exceptional Modern Spanish estate mid-construction,” 2082 Las Canoas Road ($4.5 million) would be much more appealing if the construction was closer to the midpoint. I’m sure it’ll be a peach when it’s done, though.
The 1987 house at 1910 Barker Pass Road ($2.695 million) will benefit from new surfaces, and it’s well situated on the lot. N.B. Already in escrow.
And a few others worth checking out:
••• 4840 Dorrance Way ($3.285 million): Carpinteria compound with a cottage, townhouse, and apartment.
••• 2795 East Valley Road ($2.75 million): 1970s house needs updating and it’s right on the road.
••• 750 Palm Avenue ($1.265 million): Charming 1880 cottage, said to be one of the first houses in Carpinteria (below).
••• 2556 Whitney Avenue ($3.999 million): Lightning-fast flip attempt of Summerland house that sold for $3.55 million a month ago.
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