Carpinteria House Rental Photos and Description
House, 2 Bedrooms + Attached Unit, 2 Baths, (Sleeps 4-8)
Walk to the 'World's Safest Beach' from this beautiful, furnished Beach Home and enjoy the white sands and mild ocean surf that put Carpinteria on the map as a great family resort town. With views of the ocean, the new Salt Water Marsh Reserve and the scenic Santa Ynez Mountains, the 'Beach House ' is the perfect location for long term or short term rentals.
This classic home has two bedrooms and two baths and is decorated with comfy charm a ala Pottery Barn. The spacious kitchen seats eight and has a real antique stove you can cook on plus an oven. Walk upstairs and enter the family room with cathedral ceilings and lots of bright sunshine with views all around. Both bedrooms have king size beds with roll away beds in the closet and the sofa in the living room opens up to a queen size bed. Large enclosed backyard with barbecue and sitting area is great for entertaining. Outdoor shower is convenient for rinsing off sand after a day at the beach.
You can walk to great shops and restaurants downtown or hop on a train, depot is four blocks away. Cute attached unit nicknamed 'The Sugar Shack' features granny style attic cottage with sleeping area for unexpected guests during peak season months.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
About Ruta Aras
Our family found this vacation spot by accident after spending fun summers in San Diego and wanting a place closer to home. A friend recommended Carpinteria. We tried it once and fell in love immediately. We spent a few seasons renting and finally decided we wanted to buy a place and make it our own.
Ruta Aras purchased this house in 2001
Why Ruta Aras chose Carpinteria
One of the nicest aspects about living in Carpinteria is that it is flat so walking is easy and biking is even better. There is also a cute little public trolley in town that takes you all around for 50 cents -- what a deal. I love the monthly Flea Market at the local Carpinteria Museum. My favorite purchases are antique jewelry and purses. They also have beautiful flowers and vintage housewares. The pizza at Giovanni's is the best anywhere and so is the local ice cream store on Linden. It's fun attending all the local activities hosted by the city. Small town charm is so hard to come by these days. And if you want a taste of the big city, then Santa Barbara is conveniently only 15 minutes north of Carp and wineries in the Santa Ynez family are an hour away. You have the peace and quiet of a small town but access to great museums, restaurants, theater and shops if you want it. One of the nicest aspects about living in Carpinteria is that it is flat so walking is easy and biking is even better. There is also a cute little public trolley in town that takes you all around for 50 cents -- what a deal. I love the monthly Flea Market at the local Carpinteria Museum. My favorite purchases are antique jewelry and purses. They also have beautiful flowers and vintage housewares. The pizza at Giovanni's is the best anywhere and so is the local ice cream store on Linden. It's fun attending all the local activities hosted by the city. Small town charm is so hard to come by these days.
Our guests love surfing, swimming, kayaking, and fishing at the beach. Others prefer skateboarding at the park In Santa Barbara or renting tandem style bikes. Still others prefer rock climbing, hiking in the local mountains. Adventurous ones schedule boat trips for whale watching on the ocean or visiting the Channel Islands which leave from the Santa Barbara Harbor.
What makes this house unique
While at the Beach House the first thing you notice is that you are walking distance to the beach, the salt water marsh preserve and to downtown Linden Avenue. We take the big beach wagon in the garage and fill it up with chairs, cooler, umbrella, boogie boards and take off to the beach. Afterwards we return to take outdoor showers and enjoy the backyard for a barbecue but first cocktails on the upper balcony watching beautiful sunsets or taking in the gorgeous mountain views on the back side. Cooking on the antique stove in the big kitchen that seats eight is fun -- so is discovering treasures in the 'Sugar Shack' the original structure to the Beach House built by the settlers that came out to Carpinteria from the midwest. Sometimes we take the train to Santa Barbara, the depot is two blocks from our house.
Many out of state guests enjoy the fair weather the area has to offer during the off-season. When it's cold and snowy in Canada or elsewhere in the United States the gentle weather locally attracts tourist who enjoy off-season rates and no crowds.
Guestbook comments from the owner
Read our many guest comments from our "Guest Book" that people have signed available during your stay at the Beach House