Panoramic views of Santa Barbara Canyon and Cuyama Valley, 40 acres w/ seasonal creek, 1500 sf, 7 rooms main house, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, tin roofs, central heat & air, fireplace, bunk house w/ half bath, irrigation pond, water tank tower, 2 ag wells, septic, 250 mature trees, 30 acres flat and tillable, corral, all utilities (electric, propane, phone, cell, Internet).
A very peaceful homestead.
Located in the rural section of Santa Barbara County, this property is 15 minutes from Cuyama Elementary and High schools, and far enough away from city lights that the delicious Milky Way is clearly visible most nights. About 1 hour from Ojai, Pine Mountain Club, Santa Maria, Pismo Beach, and Bakersfield. And only 30 minutes from Santa Barbara as the crow flies, but 2 hours if your driving a car. The map below will show the road routes.
At the southern part of the Cuyama Valley there is a winding road to where the blacktop ends. Surrounded by distant mountains sets a 1930s style home in Santa Barbara County. The wrap around spacious veranda has panoramic views up Santa Barbara Canyon. Stepping inside the Craftsman designed front door, a feeling of simpler times gives an air of contentment and safety from the hustle bustle of city life. The 1500 square foot ranch house has a hint of glow to the music/dance room with salmon colored walls framed in antique white trimming and floors of hardwood. The spacious floor plan opens into the solarium with French doors that enter onto a small deck. The air is scented by the kitchen herb garden with a few growing simples and antique roses. Next to the solarium is the farm house style kitchen. Both rooms have floating Snapstone ceramic porcelain flooring. The kitchen cupboards are covered in wainscoting. There is an old porcelain sink with Italian Rose faucet. The great room & library with its cozy wood burning stove gives off homey comforts, with central air and heating offering essential backup. There are two bed chambers in the home, along with two full bathrooms with floating porcelain tile flooring. The guest bath has a large shower, and the master bath has a hidden passage way from the master bedroom through its walk-in closet. The master bath boasts a clawfoot tub, porcelain pedestal sink and toilet, with ample space for washer & dryer.
The bunk house with a half bath makes for convenient extra guest quarters. The water tower and irrigation pond and horse corral complete the idyllic setting. A property perfect for grapes (local mature vineyards), lavender, organic farming, raising animals, or writing that long awaited novel. There are over 300 days of sun each year for solar energy, and over 250 adult trees supplying lots of shade, and the pond has a dock for cooling off in the summer heat. A very tall stand of pine trees are home to the resident white owl that keeps the rodent population under control. The night sky is breath taking with its star studded beauty and Milky Way delight coating the way to peaceful dreams.
This unique property in the Cuyama Valley is being offered for sale or lease by the owner. All offers are welcome at this time. Please call 661-623-0531 for more information or an appointment to view the property.
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