Susan Pate of Village Properties Sells Villa Hermosa in Santa Barbara for $6,500,000
Posted by Terry O'Brien — March 2, 2015
SANTA BARBARA, CA - Susan Pate of Village Properties recently closed on the sale of Villa Hermosa, a quintessential Montecito estate, listed at $7,200,000 and sold for $6,500,000. This elegant and functional home is a stunning example of Santa Barbara Mediterranean style, designed by renowned architect Tom Bollay. The new owners will be greeted by views of the Montecito Valley and Pacific Ocean and enjoy features such as a living room that boasts a large picture window framing the oak trees and flower.
The formal dining room is a pleasant space with interesting architectural niche detail with easy access to the gourmet kitchen, which offers open concept living at its finest as well as top-of-the-line Viking and Sub Zero appliances, granite countertops, a breakfast bar and wine cooler. The kitchen area steps down to the expansive family room entertaining area with picture window framing the oak trees, views of the Pacific Ocean and glimpses of the crystal clear pool and grass lawn areas below.
The master suite is a gracious retreat away from it all, offering access to the veranda, lots of natural light, a master bathroom with spa bathtub and separate shower stall. The estate also consists of four en suite bedrooms, an office with built-in bookshelves and cabinets, a formal library with rich wood cabinetry, built in shelving, and an octagonal room with rich wood carved facades and intricate flooring design. Click here for more information on the property.
About Village Properties
Village Properties, Santa Barbara County's largest independent real estate brokerage, has a reputation for superior service, honesty, professionalism, commitment to quality and conducts its business with courtesy and high ethical standards. We have the most well-trained and productive sales professionals in the industry. We are in the business of selling property, but our real product is life-style. In Santa Barbara, you are stuck with a few givens: perfect climate, unparalleled geographical isolation dictated by the mountains and sea, a limited population, and a strong emphasis on the quality and aesthetics of life.