$24.85M Villa Tragara Inspired by Spain’s Alhambra Palace in Montecito, CA (PHOTOS)

$24.85M Villa Tragara Inspired by Spain’s Alhambra Palace in Montecito, CA

$24,850,000 | Built 2014 | 11,947 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 4.5 Baths | 2.45 Acres
848 Hot Springs Road, Montecito, California, United States, 93108

A spectacular Moorish-style residence on 2.45 acres in Montecito has been reduced to $24.85 million after being offered for $35 million in mid-2019. Known as Villa Tragara, the 12,000 square foot villa was inspired by the Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain. The property was developed by Kinka Usher, director of television commercials and director of the 1999 film Mystery Men, who was reportedly inspired by a childhood trip to Spain. The unique residence effortlessly blends Moorish, Spanish and Italianate architecture to create a harmonious balance between history and the comforts of modern life. Spanning 12,000 square feet of living space, the home features grand spaces of abundant light, as well as impressive scale, proportion and volume. Seamlessly merging Old World design and architecture with New World conveniences and technology. Constructed with exacting precision and without compromise, and incorporating time-honoured materials, this original expression will stand the test of time. With ocean and island views and 2.4 acres of lush, manicured grounds in the heart Montecito, this true architectural masterpiece in the most idillic of locations. Villa Tragara is on the market for $24.85 million with Nancy Kogevinas of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices.



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