What $2.2 Million Buys You in California

santa-barbara | $2.15 million A two bedroom, two bathroom unit in a Spanish style condominium complex built in 2006 This apartment is...


This apartment is at the back of a four unit complex, isolating it from the bustle of the street. It’s in a relatively quiet part of downtown Santa Barbara, with upscale restaurants and shopping. The public library, the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, and Alameda Park, which has a playground and a small botanical garden, are a few blocks away.

The University of California, Santa Barbara is about 15 minutes away by car; driving to Montecito takes about 10 minutes.

Cut: 1,859 square feet

Price per square foot: $1,157

On the inside: There are two entrances to this unit: the front door, which opens to an entrance hall, and a private elevator from the secure parking garage, which opens to the suite’s first floor hallway second floor main.

To the right of the front door is an open living room with hardwood floors, a fireplace with a curved hearth, and double doors that open to a balcony, one of two in the unit.

The living room faces the kitchen, with room for a dining table between the two spaces. The kitchen has dark wood cabinetry, a bright green painted center island, and stainless steel appliances that include a Viking stove, dishwasher, and double-door refrigerator.

A one bedroom suite is on this level, next to the kitchen. The bedroom is sunny, with a wrought iron light fixture; the bathroom has a walk-in shower and a vanity unit lit by two wall lights.

The entire second level functions as a master suite. The bedroom has another curved fireplace, an office area, a walk-in closet with built-in shelves and a private balcony. The bathroom has a double vanity and a shower with glass door.

Outdoor space: The living room balcony, on the first level of the unit, offers a view of the palm trees and space for two chairs and a coffee table. The master suite’s balcony is slightly larger, with views over the rooftops and surrounding mountains in the distance, and room for a fire table and chairs. Two parking spaces come with the unit; additional storage space is also available.

Taxes: $26,880 (estimated) and monthly homeowners association fees of $525

Contact: Joe Parker, Santa Barbara Group, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, 805-886-5735; thesantabarbaragroup.com

Miraloma Park, a quiet neighborhood about 15 minutes from downtown San Francisco, has many homes dating back to the 1920s and 1930s. This home is unique in that it was custom built for the original owners, while most of its neighbors were built by area developers.

Portola Drive, the main street, is a few blocks away, with a CVS pharmacy, Starbucks, and a family-run organic market. This home is also close to Glen Canyon Park, an approximately 70-acre park with a deep canyon criss-crossed by hiking trails, and Mount Davidson, where trails lead to the city’s highest peak.

Cut: 2,015 square feet

Price per square foot: $1,092

On the inside: A short path leads from the sidewalk to the front door, through a landscaped courtyard of succulents and rose bushes.

To the right of the entrance is a living room with a white brick fireplace and corner windows overlooking the street. Beyond is a dining room with hardwood floors and tall windows that flood the space with natural light. Next to the dining area is a remodeled kitchen with white cabinets, gray countertops, stainless steel appliances, and a breakfast nook with a built-in bench.

To the left of the foyer are stairs leading to the second level. At the top of the stairs is the master suite, which includes a bedroom with a large window overlooking the street and a newly renovated bathroom with marble tiles covering the walls, floors and combined tub and shower. Adjacent is a guest bedroom large enough for a queen-size bed; it is connected to another guest bedroom by a bathroom with quadrilobed tiling.

More stairs lead to the third floor loft, which could be used as a fourth bedroom or family room. This space has windows overlooking the neighboring rooftops and space for a TV built into the wall.

Outdoor space: From the front yard, a path leads to an outdoor dining terrace sheltered by mature vegetation. A small lawn, a deck and a gravelled terrace are located at the back of the house. The four-car garage is large enough to reconfigure into additional living space or a guest house.

Taxes: $27,504 (estimated)

Contact: Deborah Lopez, Compass, 415-533-5502; compass.com


San Juan Capistrano in southern Orange County is popular for its easy access to southern California’s well-known landscapes: the Dana Point Coast is about 20 minutes west, and the Ronald W. Caspers Wilderness Park, a large reserve with camping facilities. and hiking trails, is about the same distance to the east.

This home is approximately a 10 minute drive from downtown San Juan Capistrano and the historic Mission San Juan Capistrano. An Amtrak station connects the city to San Diego and Los Angeles by train; driving to either city takes about 90 minutes.

Cut: 3,000 square feet

Price per square foot: $717

On the inside: This home is on a cul-de-sac in a gated community. A white picket fence surrounds a garden near the main entrance, and double front doors open to a hall with a curved staircase.

To the right is a living room with high ceilings and a bay window overlooking the front garden. Beyond is a dining room with a crystal chandelier and glass doors that open onto a patio.

Adjacent to the dining area is a bright kitchen with stainless steel appliances including a Wolf range, marble breakfast counter and butcher block center island. There is room for a breakfast table in front of a bay window overlooking the backyard.

The master suite is on the second floor. The bedroom has a fireplace and enough space for a king-size bed; the adjoining bathroom has a steam shower, a separate bathtub and a crystal chandelier. Two other bedrooms on this level share a full bathroom.

Another guest suite is on the first level, adjacent to a hallway extending from the foyer. The bedroom, which is large enough to comfortably accommodate a queen-size bed, is connected to a full bathroom.

Also on the first floor is a utility room with an octagonal window and pale green cabinetry.

Outdoor space: A pergola-covered patio next to the kitchen is lit by wicker pendant lights. Around the corner, through a wooden arch, is a garden with a stone fountain. A path leads from the back patio to a second outdoor dining area with a built-in bar and grill. The attached garage holds three cars.

Taxes: $26,880 (estimated) and monthly homeowners association fees of $210

Contact: Paul Brutoco and Bryan Gerlach, Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty, 949-929-6670; sothebysrealty.com

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