Perched upon a secluded Riviera hillside is a home designed by one of Santa Barbara's most influential architects looks over the city, ocean and Islands. Winsor Soule, of Arlington Theater fame, designed this home for comfort, beauty, and harmony with the surrounding landscape. Built in 1948 and meticulously preserved, there are 4 bedrooms and 2 baths on the main floor of the ranch style home. An additional lower level bath and spare room are accessed with a separate entrance. Large windows frame views of downtown and the coastline. A spacious kitchen encourages entertaining. And the full half-acre of property is wonderfully adorned with peaceful paths, a patio, and shaded decking.