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New Mussel Shoals Escrow Closing: 6645 Breakers Way

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New Mussel Shoals Escrow Closing: 6645 Breakers Way

6645 Breakers Way has closed escrow for $1,725,000.

Listed by Kathleen Winter of Berkshire Hathaway Luxury Properties, 6645 Breakers Way is a classic beachfront home at “Little Rincon,” the Mussel Shoals enclave between Santa Barbara and Ventura offering panoramic ocean, island and coastline views. Beloved by the same family for generations, this appx. 2,050 sq.ft. 3 bedroom/3 bath home has a comfortable, beachy feel, perfect for relaxing with friends and family.

Dramatic ocean views are enjoyed from the downstairs rec room, the upstairs living room with cozy brick fireplace and soaring wood ceilings, as well as the bright kitchen and master bedroom suite. Sliders lead out to the large second story sundeck, encouraging an indoor/outdoor lifestyle and inviting in the lovely ocean breezes. The soothing sounds of the surf are enjoyed from the 3 bedrooms, ensuring a restful night’s sleep or incomparable afternoon nap.

A surfer’s paradise, this beach house also offers a long sandy beach to stroll, wonderful tide pools to explore, sea glass to collect, and a sun~drenched second floor deck on which to sunbathe in private. For the adventurous, there is a bike path that connects Ventura and Carpinteria, but those who simply want to be served can saunter less than 5 minutes to the famed Cliff House Inn for brunch, dinner or sunset cocktails.

For further information about 6645 Breakers Way, please click here.

History of the Listing

6645 Breakers Way came on the market in June 2019 asking $2,000,000. Its asking price was reduced in September to $1,895,000 and in November to $1,825,000. In June 2020 it was listed with Kathleen Winter asking $1,795,000 and almost immediately went into escrow, closing in September for $1,725,000.

Previous Sales Since 2000

None, as 6645 Breakers Way has been enjoyed by the same family for generations.

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