An Homage to International-style Architecture
A masterful interplay of classic modernist design elements first celebrated in the 1920s and early ‘30s by renowned architects such as Le Corbusier, comes to life in this excellent example of what could be called Montecito Modernism. Reminiscent of the International Style as well, the home was designed in 1981 by the noted architectural firm Warner & Gray. It is a beautiful residence, ideally situated between Montecito’s Upper Village and fashionable Coast Village Road. Gated, and surrounded by mature trees, the home guarantees utmost privacy and serenity.
A showcase of for art and majestic light
A perfect venue for exhibiting fine art, the home features an expansive two-story living-dining space with vast, clean walls and architectural niches and platforms offering optimal space for display of the discerning collector’s most distinctive treasures. Large clerestory windows and a skylight bathe the room in the soft, warm glow of natural light. Multiple glass doors open to a private courtyard with a spacious terrace, lovely fountain and pond.
There is a ground floor master suite hosting a luxurious bath with dual sinks, a spa tub, cool stone floors and counters, and mirrored walls creating the illusion of infinity. Two additional guestrooms feature baths en suite as well. Nearly three dozen large glass panels create a dramatic solarium kitchen awash in natural light.
Montecito amenities moments away
Mere minutes from the excellent dining, shopping, galleries and recreational opportunities for which Montecito is world-renown, this art lover’s oasis of Montecito modernism also offers utmost convenience to schools, services and some of the California’s Central Coast’s most pristine beaches.