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  • Eastside

    Eastside

    The Santa Barbara Eastside is that area of downtown that is east of State Street. It extends from East Beach up to E. Constance Avenue, bordered on the northeast by…

  • Westside

    Westside

    The neighborhood known as the Westside in Santa Barbara refers to the area of downtown that is west of State Street up to the base of the Mesa. It extends…

  • Hollister Ranch

    Hollister Ranch

    Hollister Ranch is a development unlike any other in the county of Santa Barbara. Located 30 miles north of Santa Barbara along 9 miles of the California coast, the Hollister…

  • Isla Vista

    Isla Vista

    Isla Vista is a sub-community of Goleta that is directly adjacent to UC Santa Barbara and serves as the primary housing district for UCSB’S large student population. This unincorporated part…

  • Funk Zone

    Funk Zone

    The Funk Zone is an area of Santa Barbara undergoing a revival, evident in its many new or recently upgraded wineries, artist studios, surf shops, retailers, hotels and some residential…

  • Buellton

    Buellton

    Buellton is a small city in the Santa Ynez Valley with a population of less than 5,000. The core of the Buellton real estate market is located at the intersection…

  • Ventura

    Ventura

    The city of Ventura is located just one hour north of Los Angeles and only 30 minutes south of Santa Barbara, making it an attractive option for first time home…

  • Santa Ynez

    Santa Ynez

    Surrounded by the magnificent mountain ranges of the Los Padres National Forest, Santa Ynez is located in a wide valley thirty-five miles inland from the Pacific coast, in the heart…

  • Bel Air Knolls

    Bel Air Knolls

    Real estate in the Bel Air Knolls neighborhood offers hilltop properties situated in the midst of all that’s best about Santa Barbara living. These homes are mere minutes from the…

  • Los Olivos

    Los Olivos

    Founded in the late 19th century upon the advent of the Pacific Coast Railway, and named after a nearby olive tree ranch, Los Olivos is one of the most historic…

  • Hidden Valley

    Hidden Valley

    Hidden Valley is a wonderful neighborhood nestled between Las Positas Road and the Hope Ranch neighborhood, along Modoc Road. Many different types of homes can be found in this neighborhood,…

  • Santa Barbara

    Santa Barbara

    Santa Barbara is situated on a peaceful section of the California coastline along the longest section of the West Coast that runs east to west instead of north to south.…

  • Montecito

    Montecito

    Montecito is an exclusive and unincorporated part of Santa Barbara County, just east of the city of Santa Barbara. Census data stated a population of just under 9,000 inhabitants in…

  • Hope Ranch

    Hope Ranch

    Though it may not look like it now, before Hope Ranch was developed as one of the most expensive and popular residential neighborhoods in Santa Barbara, it was home to…

  • Goleta

    Goleta

    Goleta, referred to by residents as The Goodland, was once an unincorporated suburb of Santa Barbara proper. In fact, it spent many years as the nation’s largest populated but unincorporated…

  • Carpinteria

    Carpinteria

    Carpinteria is a city of about 13,000 residents, lying to the east of Santa Barbara and northwest of Ventura. Many residents find Carpinteria real estate convenient for its proximity to…

  • Summerland

    Summerland

    The small community of Summerland is nestled between Montecito and Carpinteria, and consists of less than two square miles and about 1,500 residents. The town features one elementary school and…

  • Riviera

    Riviera

    Santa Barbara’s Riviera is consistently ranked by local buyers and sellers as one of the best areas and most desirable neighborhoods in the Santa Barbara region. Locals recognize that the…

  • San Roque

    San Roque

    San Roque is a quiet neighborhood bordered by upper State Street to the south and Foothill Road to the north, while Highway 154 and Alamar Street make up its western…

  • Mesa

    Mesa

    The Mesa area of Santa Barbara obtains its name naturally from the mostly flat, elevated land feature on which it rests. Located along the south-facing coastline between downtown Santa Barbara…

  • Beach front & Ocean front

    Beach front & Ocean front

    The city of Santa Barbara and its surrounding residential areas from Carpinteria to Goleta are located along one of the most breathtaking and pristine stretches of coastline in California. Nestled…

  • Ojai

    Ojai

    The town of Ojai is situated inland between the major cities of Santa Barbara, which is 40 miles to the north, and Los Angeles, which is 80 miles to the…