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New Montecito Beach Area Price Reduction: 1164 Hill Road

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New Montecito Beach Area Price Reduction: 1164 Hill Road

The asking price of 1164 Hill Road has been reduced from $6,500,000 to $5,495,000.

Co-listed by Berkshire Hathaway Luxury Properties and Sotheby’s International Realty, 1164 Hill Road is a 3,209 sq.ft. 5 bedroom/4.5 bath French Normandy style home within a short stroll to Butterfly Beach and the Four Seasons Santa Barbara Biltmore Hotel. Christened La Dolce Vita, the main residence features wide-plank wood floors, vaulted ceilings, sunken living room with fireplace, built-in cabinetry and a wall of French doors that open to the pergola, terrace and pool. Adjacent to the living room is a versatile den, family room or bedroom with a vaulted open-beam ceiling and French doors to the backyard. Other highlights include the kitchen and adjacent breakfast area with fireplace, intimate formal dining room and master suite with fireplace, generous sitting room and sumptuous bathroom with dual sinks and distinctive tiled floors. Three comfortable guest bedrooms, one of which is currently utilized as a den, are conveniently located on the main floor, as are two full bathrooms and a powder room. Located adjacent to the main house and accessed via a flagstone pathway is a detached 2-story guest house with living room and kitchenette on the main level and a large bedroom and bathroom upstairs. A detached 2-car garage is located on the opposite side of the main residence.

The approximate 0.55, mostly flat and usable acre is completely walled with sprawling lawns, mature trees, hedges and other lush landscaping, creating a tranquil sanctuary. A refreshing pool and spa are embraced by lawn and the flagstone terrace.

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History of the Listing

1164 Hill Road came on the market in February 2019 asking $6,500,000. Its price was reduced in May to $5,495,000.

Previous Sales in the 2000’s

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