LOCATION: 2955 E Valley Road, Montecito, CA

SQUARE FOOTAGE: 8,240

BEDROOMS & BATHROOMS: 3 bedrooms & 6 bathrooms

PRICE: $40,000,000

This Contemporary style estate is located at 2955 E Valley Road in Montecito, CA and is situated on 8.25 acres of land. It was built in 2011 and boasts a main house, guest house and an adjacent property which has its own individual residence. 

The main house features approximately 8,240 square feet of living space with 3 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, foyer, great room, gourmet kitchen, library, home office and more.

There is also a cabana with gym and detached 2nd home office.

The guest house features a great room, gourmet kitchen, 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.

Outdoor features include a gated entrance, patio with fire pit, infinity edge swimming pool, koi pond and gardens.

It is listed at $40,000,000.

CLICK HERE FOR THE LISTING

  • horselips

    Forty million dollars? (!) Stop the madness…




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    • Christopher Boyd

      This is sexy! Lets move in together! Oh wait it’s only 3 bedrooms….




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      • horselips

        Oh you bulldozer you! How may bedrooms do we need?




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        • Christopher Boyd

          We need atleast 5 for our guests! And 1 for the cat!




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  • Pierre

    It looks like a hawaiian villa… is it even legal to built that kind of house in Santa Barbara? I tought they had a very strict architectural code there…




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    • Christopher Boyd

      Not as strict as you would think…erhem!

      CITY OF SANTA BARBARA SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE DESIGN GUIDELINES

      11. ARCHITECTURAL STYLE

      Choose a style compatible with the surrounding neighborhood
      and use architectural features to create a consistent
      architectural style.

      Do I Have to Build a Certain Architectural Style?

      In most cases, architectural style is not restricted to the existing
      neighborhood style, but it should be compatible with the
      neighborhood and consistently designed in high quality for
      the entire exterior of the home and accessory structures on
      the site. A defi nite architectural style should be chosen for a
      project, for example, Bungalow, Mission, Victorian, Modern,
      etc. Structures and additions should present harmonious
      character. The SFDB considers architectural style differently
      in the following types of neighborhoods:




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