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Two Bed Guest House
1937 MONTEREY COLONIAL ESTATE
An extraordinary opportunity at the meeting of prestigious and coveted Park Lane and East Mountain Drive. 8 bed/6.5 bath 1937 Monterey Colonial with approximately 7000 sq ft +/- of living space with a 2 bedroom guest house on 1.65 acres of mature landscaping, oak and olive groves. Move in as is, or take advantage of the perfect palette to create a spectacular estate property. Generously proportioned living areas include an impressive great room, grand dining room, master with his and hers baths and sitting area opening to a wraparound veranda. An entertainment terrace just off the great room and dining room provide classic California indoor/outdoor living. Located in the desirable Montecito Union School District.
Built by Dr. Park (whom Park Lane is named after) for his daughter, in 1937, this home features the best of Santa Barbara classic Spanish Revival Architecture with a premier address.
The great room, just off the entry, features abundant natural light, tall ceilings, timber beams, fireplace, and direct access to a grand entertainment veranda.
Formal dining is conveniently located just off the great room and adjacent to the chef’s kitchen. Sliding doors lead an alfresco dining area.
The main house features a chef’s kitchen with ample room to create fine cuisine. Features include dual sinks, island, Sub-Zero and Viking appliances, Carrara marble countertops, walk-in pantry and plenty of storage.
The large master suite includes a sitting room, his and hers bathrooms and closets, with French doors opening to a wraparound covered veranda overlooking the gardens and tree canopies.
Privacy & Space
789 Park Lane sits on a mostly level and fenced 1.65-acre lot with outdoor entertaining areas, gardens, mature landscaping, orchards, ancient oak and olive groves and alle’es.