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2290 Whitney Avenue

$1,525,000

This sophisticated yet casual, beach home with panoramic ocean views is located on a quiet end of the best street in the quaint town of Summerland. This beautifully upgraded 4bed/3bath home is close to the restaurants, shops and beaches of Summerland, and a few minutes' drive to downtown Santa Barbara or Carpinteria. The kitchen features a large center island with a breakfast bar, marble countertops, stainless steel appliances, plenty of cabinets and a pantry, and is open to the dining and living rooms. The spacious open floor plan, with gleaming hardwood floors, wood beam ceilings, a gas log fireplace, and large patio doors that open up to a fabulous wrap around deck makes for easy indoor/outdoor living. Imagine barbequing on the deck while watching the sun set over the Pacific Ocean.

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  • 2290 Whitney Avenue
    SUMMERLAND, California 93067

  • List Price: $1,525,000
  • Status: Pending

  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 3 Full Baths

  • Subdivision: 05 - Summerland

  • Elementary School: Summerland
  • Middle School: Carp. Jr.
  • High School: Carp. Sr.

  • Fireplace(s): Gas, LR

  • 8 Parking Spots

  • This property is currently listed by Patricia Griffin with Village Properties.

Lilllie Avenue then Valencia to top of street, turn left on Whitney Avenue. Property is located on the right almost to the end of the street.

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