Santa Barbara Apartment Rental Photos and Description
Enjoy the spectacular Mediterranean climate from this Exquisite Upper Riviera Apartment. The master bedroom features soaring ceiling, a queen bed, fireplace, ocean view, flat screen Cable TV and a bay window. The one bathroom has a full tiled combination tub/shower. The open loft overlooks the master bedroom below and it is accessed with a spiral staircase. The loft with breathtaking views features a double bed, sitting area with floor to ceiling windows to view the Channel islands, ocean waves and sunsets. The bright light-filled living/dining area features fireplace, standard Cable TV, wireless internet access, parquet floors and archway to a tiled kitchen. High speed internet/WiFi. Step out your door into a secluded tropical garden and brick-lined courtyard filled with lush landscaping, exotic plants, flowers and luscious fruit trees. A private patio with BBQ and hand-crafted tiled tables provide a perfect setting for dining and entertaining. The apartment offers a private entrance and private parking. The quiet, serene residential neighborhood is within walking distance to Franceschi Park with its magnificent views and peaceful setting. Attractions include the nearby Mission Santa Barbara, Botanical gardens, Granada, Arlington and Lobero Theatres, Zoo, Historic Courthouse, Lotusland, Museum of Art and not-to-be-missed, Saturday morning farmers market and Sunday craft/art show along the beach. Should you decide to bring your 4 legged friend, be sure to check out Camp Canine for boarding in paradise.
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- Long-term Renters Welcome
Guestbook comments from the owner
A beautiful location: fantastic views of gardens and a very well equipped and comfortable apartment. A great place to celebrate our son's graduation as a family.
Thanks-we had a wonderful stay.
This 1949 Louis Lancaster designed home, was renovated in 2000 in a Mediterranean style to provide guest quarters and a ceramic artist studio. As an onsite potter and teacher I find this bit of paradise inspirational.