A rare piece of Santa Barbara history
California's Golden Age is thriving in Santa Barbara and few homes can claim the lineage of the architectural beauty of Cuatro Vientos. A Reginald Johnson Masterpiece (Biltmore Hotel), you'll find authentic forms, details, and materials abound, elegantly expressing the sophistication and authenticity of one of the premier architects of the 1900s. This breathtaking gated estate with ocean, island, harbor, and red-tile-roof views is ideally situated on Santa Barbara's coveted Riviera.
Reginald Johnson designed this home to tell a story which unfolds carefully and beautifully.
The entry door is clear and commanding, flanked by wood balconies on either side. Passage through 5 foot thick walls convey massive presence and set the dramatic stage as you step into the foyer. Carved, spiral fluted Spanish Colonial wood columns on the foyer second floor level overlook, and an elegant wrought iron stair rail and pendant light to greet visitors. A glimpse of the back patio and lawn is visible to draw you in further, giving a hint of the tremendous view that awaits.
Discovering this home's captivating story continues as you approach every turn.
The Impressive grounds were designed by famed landscape architect Ralph Stevens(Lotusland and Casa del Herrero) and largely still exist today.
Cuatro Vientos has been and continues to be, one of the most authentic and exquisite estates in the Santa Barbara region.
Cuatro Vientos is situated at 1915 Las Tunas Road, Santa Barbara, CA 93103 and has a Total Bedrooms: 6 and Total Bathrooms: 9 and is at an asking Price of $10,000,000
Doré & O'Neill Real Estate Team
DRE#: 01806890 / 01788156