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13-Acre Santa Barbara, CA Equestrian Estate Once Priced At $19.2M Selling At Absolute Auction (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

13-Acre Santa Barbara, CA Equestrian Estate Once Priced At $19.2M Selling At Absolute Auction (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

13-Acre Santa Barbara, CA Equestrian Estate Once Priced At $19.2M Selling At Absolute Auction (PHOTOS & VIDEO)
August 30
12:41 2017

13-Acre Santa Barbara, CA Equestrian Estate Once Priced At $19.2-Million Selling At Absolute Auction

4621 Via Roblada, Santa Barbara, California, United States, 93110

A sprawling French country equestrian estate on more than 13-acres high above the Pacific Ocean in Santa Barbara, California is heading to absolute auction on Saturday, September 16th at 11:00 am with DeCaro Auctions. Nestled between the mountain and the ocean, the 13,467 square foot residence is the crown jewel of the 13-acre estate, which spans two of Hope Ranch’s most premier and exclusive parcels. Designed in 1995 by architect Ketzel & Goodman and built by acclaimed builder Paul Franz, the home includes a substantial list of amenities including 7 bedrooms, 11 full baths and 2 half bathrooms, 8 fireplaces, a wine cellar, and media room with wet bar. Also on the property is a pool house with full bath, a 1 bed/1 bath apartment, two resort-style swimming pools, a championship tennis court, private pond, and extensive equestrian facilities including a 3-stall barn, run-ins, feed room, attached groomsman’s apartment, and large riding ring. The property comes fully fenced with expansive stone terraces, private walking paths, a viewing platform, and exclusive access to Hope Ranch Beach. This one of a kind property represents an exceptional opportunity that cannot be found anywhere else in the United States. Do not miss your chance to call this world-class Santa Barbara estate home on September 16th at 11:00 am. For full details be sure to visit DeCaro Auctions International

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