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Original Upper East Estate
This rare original Upper East Estate is available for the first time in more than a half century. Originally built for Mayor Harvey Nielson in 1924 by architect Floyd Brewster--the protege of George Washington Smith and the architect behind the Museum of Natural History--the nearly one-hundred-year old Mayor's Estate is filled with Santa Barbara history.
The magnificent 5BD/3.5BA Colonial Revival sits on nearly a half acre in Santa Barbara's prestigious Upper East, which has walkable streets that conveniently access fine dining, the Theatre District, and the Mission Rose Gardens. The home's architecture is a picture-book example of Colonial Revival: a symmetrical facade with windows framed by shutters, a front door topped with an elliptical fanlight window and flanked by sidelight windows.