Hope Ranch

One of Santa Barbara's most exclusive neighborhoods, adjacent to a La Cumbre Country Club and golf course. This area offers a private rural feel surrounding the picturesque Laguna Blanca Lake, yet is minutes to shopping. Homeownership brings many privileges: a private beach, horseshow ring, bridle paths, tennis courts and 24 hour security. Lots sizes begin at 1 acre. Prices start around $1,750,000 and up.



Montecito is an area unto itself. Beautiful old estates and some new ones too. Nestled between the mountains and ocean, properties are found surrounded by hedgerows, lush treed landscapes or offering spectacular ocean and mountain views. Three golf courses, riding and hiking trails dot the landscape. A central shopping district offers the charming ambiance of a small town with boutiques, bank and post office. House prices start at around $1,400,000.



Santa Barbara (East and North)

This area encompasses many different architectural styles from California Ranch to historic Spanish in a breadth of price ranges. It includes the following neighborhoods: Riviera, Upper East, Downtown, Lower East, Mission Canyon, and San Roque. House prices range between $600,000 and several million.



Santa Barbara (West)

Offering a wide variety of styles and neighborhoods, this area includes: charming homes and winding streets of Samarkand, beautiful city and ocean views from Bel Air Knolls, oceanfront and ocean view lots on the Mesa, and cottages for first-time buyers in the lower Westside. Just minutes to downtown, house prices typically range from $600,000 to several million.



Goleta (North)

Just a few minutes north of Santa Barbara, is this comfortable bedroom community offering good schools, parks and pleasant neighborhoods. It includes smaller to top-of-the-line tract homes and some newer developments of luxury homes. Some areas of hillside homes offer ocean and mountain views. These homes are priced starting at around $600,000.



Goleta (South)

On the oceanside of town, near UCSB, you'll find a mixture of modest tract homes within walking distance to the beach and several, more affordably priced, newer tracts in nice neighborhoods. This area offers a community feeling within minutes of the airport, and the new Camino Real Shopping Center. Several golf courses are in the area including one oceanfront. These homes are typically priced from $500,000 up.




Situated 10 miles south of Santa Barbara you'll find a rolling valley of ranches, orchards, and housing tracts. Carpinteria offers several distinct neighborhoods including: oceanfront Rincon Point and Sandyland, larger homes in the hilltop enclave of Shepard Mesa, cozy cottages near the beach and downtown area, and a variety of older and newer tract homes throughout the valley. Prices start from roughly $500,000 for starter homes and as high as multi-millions for ranches or beachfront properties.