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1922 George Washington Smith Spanish Colonial Masterpiece w/Resort-like Pool!
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Location: Montecito
1922 GEORGE WASHINGTON SMITH Spanish Colonial Revival Masterpiece with Resort-like Pool!

Remodeled to perfection and located within walking distance to the Montecito Country Club and Lower Village, this fabulous estate is situated down a private lane on 1.1+ beautiful landscaped acres. This 4,501 square foot architectural masterpiece has 5 bedrooms + an office, 4 baths, 3 fireplaces, a chef's kitchen,spacious family room, dining room opening to view terraces, wonderful balconies, gleaming hardwood floors and updated systems. Each room is flooded with natural light, gracious in size and scale with voluminous ceilings and enchanting G.W. Smith Spanish architectural and design details throughout.



Located within the coveted Montecito Union School District, this home is truly a work of art worthy of publication, unseen by the public for years and now available turnkey to you. Nothing like it on the market compares, this is an extremely rare opportunity, what are you waiting for?

The property sits on 1.1+ fully landscaped acres with stunning specimen trees, sprawling lawns, flowering gardens, sandstone walls and more!



Please call me today to make an offer! (805)280-9797


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The Jason Streatfeild Luxury Estates Team
805-280-9797



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Price: $5,495,000
Property Location
1098 Golf Road
Montecito, CA 93108
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Features
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 4
Parking Spaces: 10+
Year Built: 1922
Lot Size: 1.10 acres +
Garage Size: 2
School District: Montecito Union
Square Footage: 4501
Agent Name: Jason Streatfeild
Broker: Berkshire Hathaway
MLS #: 18-2569
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  • Price: $5,495,000
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Square Feet: 4,501

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