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1490 La Cima Road

$2,995,000

Meticulously crafted with thoughtful architecture, interiors and landscaping, this turnkey home by premier builders Giffin & Crane offers privacy & panoramic views in the heart of Santa Barbara. Built in 2007 as Bruce Giffin's own family residence, this stunning Mediterranean style home by Harrison Design architects provides a functional layout that includes an open floor plan for the living room, kitchen, family room and dining room with high ceilings & sweeping views of the City, mountains and landscape. Additionally, there are four ensuite bedrooms plus a library and a large music/media room totaling approximately 4779 sf. Providing seamless transitions between indoor & outdoor living, the grounds offer charming walkways and patios and are highlighted by an expansive stone terrace wit

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  • 1490 La Cima Road
    SANTA BARBARA, California 93101

  • List Price: $2,995,000
  • Status: Pending

  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 4 Full Baths
  • 1 Partial Baths

  • Subdivision: 20 - Bel Air Knolls

  • Elementary School: Harding
  • Middle School: LaCumbre
  • High School: San Marcos

  • Fireplace(s): 2

  • 8 Parking Spots

  • This property is currently listed by Suding Murphy Group with Compass.

Las Positas to Portesuello; right on St James continuing to Manitou Rd; right on La Cima; property at top of road, end of cul-de-sac.

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