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Your Handyman By Mark Baird

Our CC&Rs Expired; Ours Has No Name!

Inexpensive Ways to Protect Your Home

By Kelly G. Richardson, Esq. CCAL

Kelly: Do you have any information regarding the expiration of CC&Rs? I’ve heard 20 years from the time of the recorded filing of the CC&Rs. My subdivision development of homes has no common areas but does have an HOA. The CC&Rs don’t show up in the San Mateo county recorder system. I need to confirm whether the HOA should have renewed and recorded the revitalization of the CC&Rs as they are over 30 years old. Any information would be appreciated. O.M. Dear O.M.: Unless the CC&Rs were recorded on the property they do not automatically bind all owners, so some title research help may be needed. The recording information on CC&Rs should be reflected on title insurance policies as a coverage exception, so you may find information that way. In past decades, developers filed CC&Rs with expiration dates. However, CC&Rs in recent years normally do not have expiration dates, or included automatic renewal. Associations with expired CC&Rs do not fall under the Davis-Stirling Act, because Civil Code Section 4200(a) requires, among other things, a recorded declaration for the Act to apply. This can be a calamity for larger communities, since reinstating the CC&Rs requires the consent of all members and mortgage holders. Research is needed to determine if the CC&Rs were ever recorded (filed with the County Registrar-Recorder). If the CC&Rs have not expired, take the necessary steps to amend the document and delete the expiration date. If the document has expired, legal help will be needed to explore the available options. All HOAs, and particularly HOAs older than 30 years, should note whether their CC&Rs ever expire. Sincerely, Kelly

Hi, Mr. Richardson: I am on the board of a small HOA. I am new to this so I truly appreciate and learn so much from your column. We are having a slight existential crisis because our Articles of Incorporation state our HOA name but the CC&Rs do not mention the name at all. So, our board is confused if the HOA only exists to care for the common area or if we are to uphold the CC&Rs even though we have no document linking the two. I assume that the two are linked but some of my colleagues need more explicit proof. N.P. Dear N.P.: When creating new HOAs, developers file Articles of Incorporation with the State separately from filing the CC&Rs with the county Registrar-Recorder. The Articles document the creation of a new legal entity, a corporation, to be the HOA. An attorney should review your HOA documents. The CC&Rs contain a legal description of the property contained in the association project and apply to all properties contained in that description. Also, a lawyer or paralegal can retrieve your association’s subdivision map or condominium plan (a public document filed with the Registrar-Recorder) to confirm which lots are within the subdivision and then which lots are owned by the HOA. Hopefully the ownership of common lots will reflect the HOA name as listed in the Articles of Incorporation. Since your HOA is small, it should be easier to amend the CC&Rs to identify the name of the association. That requires a vote of all your members, which is usually easier in smaller associations. Best regards, Kelly

Maybe hundreds of millions of dollars are spent each year by Insurance companies and homeowners repairing damage caused from leaking water lines and appliances. Your home can be protected from water damage to a great extent by some basic plumbing safeguards and a little routine maintenance. Every home should have a plumbing shut off valve that can be easily used in an emergency to shut off the interior water supply for the home. Ideally the shut off valve should be a single ball style valve that shuts off the interior water supply and also an additional ball valve that shuts off the exterior or irrigation water supply. A ball valve is a simple plumbing valve that is easily operated and is opened and closed by a quick 90 degree rotation. The older style gate valves have a round handle that raises and lowers a gate of sorts in a vertical track, but this type of valve is quickly fouled by mineral build up and won’t shut completely. Plumbing shut off valves are usually found near the front entry of a home and often are located along with a hose bid that supplies water for a garden hose. It’s a good habit to shut off your interior water supply when out of town or especially if you have a vacation or second home that is vacant for extended periods. I shut off the interior water supply to my house when we leave for just the weekend after experiencing a flooded kitchen from a leaking ice maker line after just going out for dinner. We occasionally work at homes that don’t have a shut off valve and then the only way to turn off the water is at the meter valve which is not designed for frequent use and is frowned upon by the water company. Repeatedly turning water off

and on at the meter may eventually damage the meter which may get you a nasty note and a big bill from the water company. If you don’t have water shut off valves that can easily be operated in an emergency you should put it on your home improvement list to get done sooner rather than later after a water leak episode. High water pressure can often be the cause of frequent leaks and every home should have a pressure regulator installed in the main water line that controls the pressure in your water lines, appliances, and sprinklers. The interior water pressure of a home should be between 55 & 60 PSI (pounds per square inch) and a water pressure gauge can be purchased at most any hardware or plumbing store for about $10 for an easy pressure check. The water pressure valve threads onto either your hose bid (the valve for your garden hose) on the outside of your home or onto the water supply valves for your clothes washer. Water pressure should be checked periodically and if your pressure exceeds 65-75 PSI then your home is at an increased risk for a leak. We received a call a few years back from a retired gentleman who had dealt with frequent water leaks in his sprinkler system over 20+ years he lived in this particular house and he had called us to repair the most recent leak. When we checked the pressure on his front yard hose bib it pegged our gauge at 110 PSI and the interior pressure in the home was just as high. His leak problem was solved by the installation of a pressure regulator on the main line of the house and he no longer needed to worry about leaking sprinkler lines and huge water bills. Also it is a good

Kelly G. Richardson Esq., CCAL, is a Fellow of the College of Community Association Lawyers and a Partner of Richardson Ober DeNichilo LLP, a California law firm known for community association advice. Submit questions to Kelly@rodllp.com Past columns at www.HOAHomefront.com. All rights reserved®.

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By Steve Ozab Your Handyman

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Spray Tips Inexpensive

Ways to Protect Your Home

The title of this article is misleading. It is literally about the little nozzles that sit on top of aerosol cans, the thing-a-ma-jigs you actually push down. You know…spray tips. Painting louvers, vents, cabinet hardware, and wrought iron railings with spray paint is quick and easy with a “rattle can.” The results do not show bristle marks, requiring less effort than a brush and none of the extensive clean up. of millions of and on at the meter may eventually Maybe hundreds dollars are spent each year by damage meter which geteasy. you Painting large objects likeInsurfile cabinets andthe closet doors is may not so ance companies and homeowners a nasty note and a big bill from What’s that, you say? Just spray horizontally, then vertically? Nope. the It repairing damage causedsurface. from leak- water company. If you don’t have still leaves an uneven ing water lines and appliances. Your water shut off valves that can easto spray aerosol surfaces to switch you the homeThe canbest be way protected from watercansilyon belarger operated in anisemergency standard to aby spray withshould a larger damage to aspray great tip extent sometipbaputspray it onpattern. your home improvesic plumbing safeguards and a little ment list to get done Thanks to the aerosol artists who create works of art andsooner scenicrather muroutine maintenance. Every home than later after a water leak rals—as opposed to lowly Cretins who scrawl graffiti on privateepisode. propshould havedogs a plumbing offterritory—we valve High have waterthepressure can industry. often be erty like markingshut their “bombing” that can be easily used in an emerthe cause of frequent leaks and every (Europe and Canada refer to spray cans as “bombs.”) gency to shut off the interior water home should have a pressure regulaYears ago,home. when Ideally aerosolthe artists differentin tips supply for the shut needed tor installed the than mainthose watertypiline onbe popular of spray a whole sub-industry offcally valvefound should a singlebrands ball style thatpaint, controls the new pressure in your was that created. larger spraywatips are inexpensive and can be found at valve shutsThese off the interior water lines, appliances, and sprina few stores, so call ball first. klers. The interior water pressure teronly supply andpaint also an additional valveOne that shuts the exterior or ir- of aKyle home shouldcreated be between 55 of myoff favorite past-employees, Dillard, this scene rigation water supply. A ball valve is & 60 PSI (pounds per square inch) on the side of my neighbor’s wall. The Santa Barbara Cider Company’s a simple valve is easilyx 20-foot and a stucco water pressure gauge be mural plumbing was painted onthat a 10-foot wall using onlycan spray operated and is opened and closed purchased at most any hardware or cans. by a quick 90 degree rotation. The plumbing store for about $10 for an older style gate valves have a round easy pressure check. The water preshandle that raises and lowers a gate of sure valve threads onto either your sorts in a vertical track, but this type hose bid (the valve for your garden of valve is quickly fouled by mineral hose) on the outside of your home build up and won’t shut completely. or onto the water supply valves for Plumbing shut off valves are usu- your clothes washer. Water pressure ally found near the front entry of a should be checked periodically and if home and often are located along your pressure exceeds 65-75 PSI then with a hose bid that supplies water your home is at an increased risk for for a garden hose. It’s a good habit a leak. to shut off your interior water supWe received a call a few years back ply when out of town or especially if from a retired gentleman who had you have a vacation or second home dealt with frequent water leaks in that is vacant for extended periods. his sprinkler system over 20+ years I shut off the interior water sup- he lived in this particular house and ply to my house when we leave for he had called us to repair the most just the weekend after experiencing recent leak. When we checked the a flooded kitchen from a leaking ice pressure on his front yard hose bib maker line after just going out for it pegged our gauge at 110 PSI and dinner. We occasionally work at the interior pressure in the home was homes that don’t have a shut off valve just as high. His leak problem was and then the only way to turn off the solved by the installation of a preswater is at the meter valve which is sure regulator on the main line of not designed for frequent use and the house and he no longer needed Steve Ozab has owned Goleta Valley Paint for leaking over forty years. He is a lines pastis frowned upon by the water comto worry about sprinkler of the Paint and Decorating Products Association and serves as a curriculum pany. Repeatedly director turning water off huge water it is a He good advisor for the Interior Designand Department of Santa bills. BarbaraAlso City College. has

idea to check water pressure if your faucets suddenly start dripping or you unfortunately experience a leak. Water leaks inside the home often occur in the flexible water supply lines that supply hot and cold water to sinks, toilets, dishwashers, clothes washers and ice makers. These are the hose like water lines you see in the cabinets under your sinks and hanging down the wall behind your clothes washer. Over time these lines can become brittle with age or can be damaged by mice or rats and even the smallest leak gone unnoticed can quickly create a flood damaging expensive flooring, base trim, walls and downstairs ceilings. It’s not uncommon for us to go on a service call to replace a sink or toilet in a 40 - 50 year old home and to find what appear to be the original water supply lines still in use. Always install new flexible water supply lines made from braided stainless steel when putting in a new faucet or sink, and it’s really a smart investment to replace any flexible supply lines in your home that are much older than 15 years. In just about all cases a new hose will cost less than $10 and it’s a cost effective way to protect your home. Most refrigerators have an ice maker or chilled water dispenser that is usually connected to a reverse osmosis water filter under the kitchen sink via a small water line that can be concealed in the kitchen cabinets, attic or the crawlspace under the floor. Usually these water lines are a ¼” copper or plastic line and care needs to be taken not to damage then when moving the refrigerator. If the line is plastic and runs through a wall, floor or ceiling it should be protected by a blue flexible conduit often called a Smurf tube after the little blue characters in children’s TV shows. Lint clogged clothes dryer vents can be a cause of a house fire if not regularly cleaned. The gas flame or electrical heating element in your dryer can overheat if the vent is not clear and most every Boy Scout knows that lint is great tinder for starting a camp fire. The air blowing out of your clothes dryer is hot and moist and lint accumulates quickly on the damp inside

lectured at UCSB, SBCC, and for various civic associations. Mr. Ozab and his wife, Colleen, have worked together in their paint store…and are still married.

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walls of the vent and the dryer. Not only is a clogged vent a potential fire hazard but it is a big waster of energy by reducing the efficiency of the clothes dryer. We clean the vent using a specialized brush that is designed for cleaning dryer vents which can be purchased at the hardware store for about $25 and when used along with a powerful shop vacuum it’s not unusual to fill a 5 gal bucket with lint removed from even a short run of vent. The flexible accordion style vent hose that you can see on the floor behind your clothes dryer should be made of a flexible metallic material and not made of plastic. Plastic dryer exhaust vent hoses used to be very common but are considered to be a fire hazard and should be replaced with a metallic hose vent. Avoid storing combustibles like paper bags or cardboard boxes around the sides of a water heater or clothes dryer. Possibly the best investment for the protection of your home is the simple fire alarm. Can there be any adult who has not heard dozens of public service ads over the years for smoke detectors? Surprisingly we occasionally do work in a home that either has no smoke alarms, not enough smoke alarms, smoke alarms with dead or removed batteries, or smoke alarms that have been disabled. Smoke alarms can be purchased at any hardware store and are a simple life and property saving device that will cost you about $15 and should be properly placed throughout the house and one in the garage. At a minimum every bedroom in your home should have a smoke alarm mounted on the ceiling and also one in every hallway leading to bedrooms. But even the most expensive and best placed smoke alarm won’t protect anyone without a good 9 volt battery. Make it your habit to replace smoke alarm batteries annually on a day that you can easily remember like your birthday, New Years Day, Daylight Savings day, or any date that will jog your memory. Use a Sharpie pen to write the date on the new battery that was installed so that there is no confusion as to its age.

Mark Baird is a General Contractor & the Owner of “Your Handyman” servicing Santa Barbara since 2006. You can contact Mark at 805-9681234 or email him at: mark.baird@sbcoxmail.com. Visit his website at: www.yourhandymansb.com.

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The art of achieving a cluttercore aesthetic is to create an organized mess that feels like a big hug. Photos courtesy Handout/TNS

By using picture frames for bold and beautiful gallery walls and upping your #shelfie game with plenty of books and knickknacks cluttercore is easy to edge into.

Cottagecore vs. Cluttercore By Katie Laughridge New Traditional design is always adapting and growing to include inspiration from likeminded design movements to remain a stimulating and timeless style choice, and I for one love to look at all the new visions coming into the spotlight. Gen Z and millennials are taking to their social platforms with new image combinations that create a visual feast and a surprisingly specific design viewpoint. The aesthetics tend to be more than just a design choice, sometimes also embodying a fantastical-seeming lifestyle. This last month I stumbled across two aesthetics I found to be both fun and encouraging to my own design tastes. These two genres have been branded as cottagecore and cluttercore. Cottagecore is an escapist aesthetic. It takes you to a place where there are no phones ringing, no errands to run, and the pie on the natural wood countertop is always baked from scratch. Think of an English countryside where all you have on the schedule for the day is baking bread, picking wildflowers and finishing up your tiresome tasks with an afternoon-long picnic (and perhaps some slow stitching before bed). It is the beginning of the fairy tale before the villain shows up. Cottagecore is romantic and soft, based around natural elements. The liberal use of white and cream and lack of artificial colors provides a stunning backdrop for fresh florals, intricate embroidery and woven grass accents (plus it hides all the flour you have no doubt spilled from all the baking). Feminine, fresh and airy textiles add softness to the look that is complemented by purposeful, delicate accessories like vintage teacups, dried flowers and mossy hued knickknacks. It is the perfect visual masterpiece to reduce anxiety and

to help you re-center on the simple things in life. If cottagecore is sunbeams peeking through fluffy clouds and a lazy afternoon, then cluttercore is sitting by a warm hearth after a quick walk in a fall rainstorm. The art of achieving a cluttercore aesthetic is to create an organized mess that feels like a big hug. This movement takes to heart what I have always believed: Less might be more, but more is certainly better! I find comfort in (organized) clutter and think filling your home with beloved sentimental objects is both creatively stimulating and creates a “homey” atmosphere. While this look does require some self-discipline — it is a fine line from cluttercore to hoardercore — when done correctly it shows off design skills and an eye for balance. When practicing this visual approach, try to use your free space by filling your surfaces with curated vignettes and stack your books and baskets up to create height. Sometimes this loud and unapologetic movement leans toward the bohemian, but I prefer the antique approach where the collections are reminiscent of walking into your favorite hole-in-the-wall antique shop. By using picture frames for bold and beautiful gallery walls and upping your #shelfie game with plenty of books and knickknacks, this look is easy to edge into. Plus, think of all the storage room you can free up when you actually put all of your belongings to good use!

Feminine, fresh and airy textiles add a softness to the look that is complemented by purposeful, delicate accessories like vintage teacups, dried flowers and mossy hued knickknacks.

Adapted from nellhills.com. Katie Laughridge is the owner of Kansas City interior design destination Nell Hill’s. For more information, contact Katie at info@nellhills.com. ©2020 Tribune Content Agency, LLC Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.

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1583 S Jameson Ln | Montecito | 9BD/9BA DRE 01815307 | Offered at $17,900,000 Riskin Partners Estate Group 805.565.8600

1833 Fletcher Way | Santa Ynez | 5BD/6BA DRE 00753349 | Offered at $12,250,000 Carey Kendall 805.689.6262

3060 Calle Bonita | Santa Ynez | 4BD/6BA DRE 01921235 | Offered at $3,250,000 Michelle Glaus 805.452.0446

1016 E Canon Perdido St | Santa Barbara | 10BD/10BA DRE 01468842 | Offered at $2,495,000 James Krautmann 805.451.4527

5150 E Camino Cielo | Santa Barbara | 5BD/4BA DRE 00835438 | Offered at $1,795,000 Jackie Walters 805.570.0558

994 Fredensborg Canyon Rd | Solvang | 3BD/2BA DRE 01242652 | Offered at $1,749,000 Lisa Allen 805.705.3460

18 W Victoria St 310 | Santa Barbara | 1BD/2BA DRE 00678233 | Offered at $1,725,000 Hunt/Hunt 805.895.3833

1706 Laurel Ave | Solvang | 4BD/2BA DRE 01308742 | Offered at $1,200,000 Jenae Johnson 805.452.9812

15 Touran Ln | Goleta | 3BD/3BA DRE 00892339 | Offered at $1,190,000 Priscilla Bedolla 805.680.7146

750 Ribera Dr | Santa Barbara | 3BD/2BA DRE 01440068 | Offered at $1,099,000 Crawford Speier Group 805.683.7335

56 Barranca Ave 1 | Santa Barbara | 2BD/2BA DRE 01806890 | Offered at $985,000 Doré & O'Neill Real Estate Team 805.947.0608

955 Park Ln | Montecito | 3.12 ± Acres DRE 00520230 | Offered at $3,250,000 Ed Edick 805.689.1153

380 Ortega Ridge Rd | Santa Barbara | 1 ± Acres DRE 00837659 | Offered at $2,250,000 3DWULFLD*ULIÀQ

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2709 Vista Oceano Ln | Summerland | 7BD/10BA DRE 01815307 | Offered at $19,800,000 Riskin Partners Estate Group 805.565.8600

5082 Calle Real B | Santa Barbara | 3BD/2BA DRE 01035763 | Offered at $719,000 Lynette Naour 805.705.6539

1315 Jonata Park Rd | Buellton | 143 ± Acres DRE 00818702 | Offered at $5,250,000 Wayne Natale 805.680.7227

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Santa BarBara County SaleS

This is a partial list of all recorded residential sales in Santa Barbara County from February 1st, 2021 thru February 5th, 2021. While these recordings are public record, the News-Press receives this information from an outside source. This list does not represent all sales that occurred over this time period. Consult your REALTOR® for further information regarding home sales in your area of interest.

AREA

ADDRESS

SELLER

BUYER

CARPINTERIA

524 ARBOL VERDE ST

SCHMIDT DAVID EA

CROOKE JOHN EU

GOLETA

643 AVENIDA PEQUENA

PURLING MICHAEL EU

MICHAEL JOYCE EA

690 N FAIRVIEW AVE

FORMAN PETER EA

5040 ROCOSO WAY

PRICE

DATE

$1,265,000

2/5/21

$865,000

2/5/21

MAWHORTER RICHARD EU

$1,043,500

2/2/21

GARNETT TOM EU

CALVILLO RICARDO EU

$1,100,000

2/5/21

884 VEREDA DEL CIERVO

BADONE SANEY EA

SHANABERGER SUSAN

$1,362,500

2/1/21

160 CAMINO DE VIDA

HILD ROBERT EA

BONUM ERIT SEMPER LLC

$4,200,000

2/2/21

4790 FIFTH ST

GREEN VALLEY ENTERPRISES

ALJ TOGNAZZINI PROPERTIES

$320,000

2/5/21

4575 NINTH ST

KNIGHT ALISA EA

EARLY VICTOR EU

$387,000

2/3/21

ISLA VISTA

6509 PARDALL RD

ST GEORGE EDWARD EA

LADERA TOWNHOMES LLC

$2,600,000

2/1/21

LOMPOC

411 S D ST

TILLEY SUZANNE EA

EMR INVESTMENTS

$324,000

2/5/21

1308 E CHESTNUT AVE

NETTLETON JEFFREY EU

EVANGELISTA ARMIDA

$405,000

2/3/21

1204 N C ST

SOUSA HELEN EA

TOCKEY TERRY EU

$470,000

2/1/21

605 E PINE AVE

HUGHES MATTHEW EA

PUENTE RUBEN EU

$507,500

2/2/21

825 CLEMENS WAY

SALAZAR JOE EU

HUGHES LINDA EA

$632,000

2/3/21

414 N O ST

BARTO JOSEPH EA

FALSTROM KENNETH

$685,000

2/4/21

1141 WESTMONT RD

WESTMONT COLLEGE

MCNAMARA REBECCA EU

$352,500

2/5/21

1284 COAST VILLAGE RD

BISHOP KIM EA

MCWILLIAMS TERESA EA

$650,000

2/5/21

1018 THE FAIRWAY

SMITH TERIN EA

SNOWDEN PETER EA

$1,260,000

2/1/21

855 ASHLEY RD

HAYUM GEORGE EA

PENNINO JOSEPH EA

$1,900,000

2/4/21

521 TORO CANYON RD

RILEY VAN EA

THOMPSON STEVEN EU

$2,098,000

2/3/21

945 ALEEDA LN

SELOVER ALISON EA

LEVINE BRENT EA

$2,293,000

2/1/21

215 MIDDLE RD

BLAKEY ERNEST EA

544 SANTA ROSA LANE LLC

$2,650,000

2/5/21

1186 E MOUNTAIN DR

CLEVELAND BARBARA EA

H & K CAPITAL LLC

$2,750,000

2/5/21

308 CALLE HERMOSA

STURM JACK EU

ERICKSON SKIP EU

$2,867,000

2/1/21

240 MIDDLE RD

WEXLER RITA EA

BALBES XORIN

$4,100,000

2/2/21

1568 RAMONA LN

STEELE PATRICK EA

SLOANE ALEXANDER EA

$4,250,000

2/1/21

240 MIDDLE RD

BALBES XORIN

LIL LLC

$4,650,000

2/3/21

3114 CALZADA AVE

HAYNES ANDREW EA

BAZEMORE KENDAL

$1,748,500

2/1/21

3249 SHORT RD

MOMBOCAMP LLC

3249 SHORT ROAD LLC

$5,000,000

2/5/21

825 SAN PASCUAL ST

EANGELISTA RAUL EA

RUVALCABA JORGE

$599,000

2/2/21

523 N ALISOS ST

ROSALEZ ROBERT EA

MALOUF JOSHUA EA

$825,000

2/2/21

1815 CHINO ST

MANSEAU STEVEN EA

HANNAUX DOMINIQUE EA

$1,360,000

2/3/21

2206 CLIFF DR

BOTELLO SERGIO

HARLEY TREVOR EA

$1,369,000

2/5/21

229 VISTA DEL MAR DR

TONSICH TYLER EA

229 VISTA DEL MAR LLC

$1,475,000

2/1/21

2939 CALLE NOGUERA

FREEMAN ROBERT EU

STOLL ROBERT EU

$1,525,000

2/2/21

148 SAN RAFAEL AVE

SCALES STEPHEN EA

PORTEOUS JOHN EU

$1,552,000

2/4/21

1731 CHAPALA ST

SPEARE GAYLE EA

WOLFHEAD ZANNE

$1,685,000

2/5/21

620 ANACAPA ST

ROCHESTIE TAYLOR

ROSS KEVIN EU

$1,995,000

2/5/21

GUADALUPE

MONTECITO

LOS OLIVOS

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New Listing Presented by Jan Finley

The Creekside Apple Ranch TheAppleFarmRanch.com

1226 Alamo Pintado Road, Solvang, CA | 4bd/3ba | Offered at $1,995,000 - Located off Private Road on 6.49+/- AC - Ballard School District - 2,656 +/-SF, Single-Level Home - Cathedral Ceilings & Double Pane Windows - Updated Kitchen & Flooring - Amazing Views from Every Window - 2-Car Attached Garage - 1600 +/- SF Permitted Commercial Kitchen - Private Well & Public Water

- 1,000 +/- Apple Trees of Various Varieties - 1,000 +/- Peonies Planted - Zoned A-1-5 - Organic Farming - Ideal Location for Agriculture - Multiple Entertaining Areas for Indoor/Outdoor Lifestyle - RV Parking and Drive Circle - Gorgeous Sunsets - Both Mountain and Orchard Views

Jan Finley

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© 2021 Sotheby’s International Realty. All Rights Reserved. The Sotheby’s International Realty trademark is licensed and used with permission. Each Sotheby’s International Realty office is independently owned and operated, except those operated by Sotheby’s International Realty, Inc. The Sotheby’s International Realty network fully supports the principles of the Fair Housing Act and the Equal Opportunity Act. All offerings are subject to errors, omissions, changes including price or withdrawal without notice. Jan Finley DRE: 1351826

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How to start your first garden (while saving money)

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1: This area can grow far more in one single space than numerous smaller ones. Photo courtesy Maureen GIlmer/TNS

2: A large family garden can be rearranged each year for crop rotation.

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Large open vegetable gardens can be living spaces too.

By Maureen Gilmer Tribune News Service

When I entered horticulture 40 years ago, making a vegetable garden was free and easy. We simply grew plants we could eat in the yard just like our grandparents did. But as the years passed, I watched this simple age-old process turn into a complex and expensive alternative to store-bought produce. While I made my mistakes and learned from them, I didn’t have the financial investment there is today. We just planted in the ground because we could, and it was easy. Today, planting in ground has been left behind as raised beds take over in backyards. They must be constructed with store-bought materials, filled with store bought-soils. And they are not conducive to certain crops like corn. This turns your first garden from a love affair with shovel and spading fork into a shopping experience. That makes it expensive if you fail. That’s why most folks are too discouraged to try again because they don’t know any other way.

Save money, get a good workout and make your garden the old fashioned way: hand digging. So many of our American communities were built upon really good valley bottomland where soils are fertile and deep. Bringing in all that storebought stuff to grow things is not using natural resources around and under your house. It is not sustainable to grow vegetables in wholly manufactured raised beds when they can be easily grown inground naturally. Most residential vegetable gardens can be made in a weekend with nothing more than a strong back and hand tools. Start by removing all the grass and weeds in the area you’ve designated where it gets full sun much of the day. Next, use a fork or shovel to turn over the soil one shovelfull at a time. It’s slow and tedious, but fun if there are two of you working from opposite ends. While the ground is open, add some nutrition. Composted steer manure is the cheapest soil conditioner out there, and one of the best. You can’t use too much. It will bring in microbes and mi-

cronutrients that may be lacking, as well as organic matter. Plus, there’s something different about manures that offers more immediate fertility, which is why it’s used to cover newly sown lawn seed. Work the manure in as you use the iron rake to pulverize clods, remove sticks and roots and rocks. Your goal is a smooth, soft surface to accept seeds and seedlings. This method takes much of the guesswork out of a first garden. It’s hand-watered, as folks have done for a century here, and it will produce like gangbusters. Without beds to restrain you, the space can be fortified and tilled year after year for a large family garden. Maybe its size grows unhindered by boundaries. Above all, you can rearrange your garden each year for crop rotation, which is vital to maintaining soil fertility overall. Is this an organic garden? That’s up to you. It’s OK to be a hybrid gardener. That means we are aware of the all-organic ideal, but not consumed by it. We prefer organic products when we have the choice. This frees you of the fear of mak-

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ing a mistake that irreparably harms the soil or the garden with the wrong thing. Truth is, it’s not that critical. Your garden comes from nature. In nature, very little is absolute. It’s more important for you to enjoy the food than to get overwhelmed with the nuances of organic gardening in potting soils in relatively tiny boxes. Learn the basics and the rest takes care of itself, said an old mentor. Before you can understand the science of true organic gardening, you must learn to garden first. Trying to do both at the same time leads to failure and discouragement. Let’s bust out of labels and get back to the basics so everyone can find success the first time without taking a course. Maureen Gilmer is an author, horticulturist and landscape designer. Learn more at www. MoPlants.com. Contact her at mogilmer@yahoo.com or P.O. Box 891, Morongo Valley, CA 92256. ©2018 Tribune Content Agency, LLC Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.

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Santa BarBara County SaleS AREA

ADDRESS

SANTA BARBARA

420 LAS ALTURAS RD

BARDEN SARA EA

FEIZBADI SHAHROOZ EU

$2,100,000

2/5/21

885 JIMENO RD

STINE GAIL EA

BARRECA CHRISTOPHER EA

$2,100,000

2/2/21

215 LAS ONDAS

YAEGER BRIAN EA

YEDLIN STEVEN EA

$2,195,000

2/5/21

219 CONEJO RD

BERGER DANIEL EU

STURM JACK

$2,300,000

2/2/21

1645 LA CORONILLA DR

PLATT PETER EA

225 SAN CLEMENTE LLC

$2,326,000

2/1/21

3755 LINCOLNWOOD DR

MYERS BYRON EA

KEARNS DILLION EU

$2,350,000

2/3/21

1200 ESTRELLA DR

MAZZETTI DANA EA

STAPF EMMANUEL EU

$2,400,000

2/5/21

4120 VIEJA DR

CLENET ALAIN EA

HANSEN PETER EA

$2,650,000

2/2/21

2315 EDGEWATER WAY

THOMPSON JOHN EA

2315 EDGEWATER LLC

$4,745,500

2/5/21

4625 VIA CARRETAS

GEIBEL ELISABETH EA

GORDON STEPHEN EA

$4,750,000

2/4/21

2805 S BRADLEY RD

GRABTREE GARY EA

OJEDA GERARDO ANGELES EU

$220,000

2/2/21

635 S CONCEPCION AVE 2

DEITRICH THOMAS EA

ELEY JOSEPH

$305,000

2/5/21

402 W CRESTON ST

US DEPT HOUSING

RODRIGUEZ BRIAN

$320,000

2/3/21

749 CRILENE LN

BAYS BRENDA EA

LIBERTY ONE REAL ESTATE

$373,500

2/5/21

910 W CRESTON ST

LOPEZ ELVA EA

GARCIA PEDRO

$383,000

2/5/21

3669 LAKEVIEW CT

PIANFETTI RONALD EA

JACKSON SHELBY

$395,000

2/5/21

441 W TAUNTON DR

RONQUILLO MICHELLE EU

FARLEY HAL

$490,000

2/1/21

888 E FOSTER RD

ZITZER JAMES

GONZALEZ LUIS EU

$510,000

2/1/21

1802 S CITRUS CT

WOODING JAMES B

FADIL MELAD EA

$515,000

2/5/21

3044 S PATRICIA CT

CARTER TERESA EU

RODRIGUEZ LUORDES

$520,000

2/5/21

919 W CHURCH ST

CARRIZAL MARIA EA

KNIGHT DOROTHY EA

$600,000

2/4/21

353 MACHADO AVE

LAHR DONALD

FABELA GABRIEL EA

$605,000

2/3/21

291 CLUBHOUSE DR

BALDACCHINO ALEXANDRIA EU

SHORT JAMES

$650,000

2/2/21

1613 CALZADA AVE

WILLIAMS GERALD EA

ROMERO ANITA EA

$1,500,000

2/5/21

5501 BASELINE AVE

PRINZ ROY EA

LYONS ALEXIA EU

$1,835,000

2/3/21

3097 SANTA YNEZ AVE

COUBILLE GARY EA

BERNARD TERESA EA

$1,950,000

2/3/21

1977 EDISON ST

GALLUN GREGORY EU

THREE HUMMINGBIRDS LLC

$2,856,000

2/1/21

1743 E BILBAO DR

LEVIN CYNTHIA EA

COOK JOY EA

$196,000

2/1/21

3684 JUPITER AVE

SMITH JAMES EA

PORTE ALEXANDRA

$221,000

2/3/21

1614 PACIFIC GROVE PL

CHUN GAR EA

FIGUEROA RAMIRO EA

$300,000

2/2/21

1205 FIELDSTONE LN

STONEBRIDGE OWNERS ASSOCIATION

WRIGHT MARILYN EA

$315,000

2/4/21

1621 FIR AVE

ORTON JOHN EA

1621 FIR STREET

$418,000

2/5/21

515 E WILLIAMS ST

SHAFER LINDA EU

ARTER PHILIP EU

$420,000

2/1/21

139 ALDEBARAN AVE

HART JASON EU

BERROTERAN ANETTE

$450,000

2/5/21

67 HOLLISTER RANCH

VANDERHAVE PETER EA

BLANK MICHAEL EA

$450,000

2/4/21

4171 OAKWOOD RD

KIRKPATRICK MICHAEL EA

HUNTER CHARLES

$472,500

2/5/21

3973 POLARIS AVE

GALVAN LANDON EU

MARQUEZ TAMARA EA

$480,000

2/5/21

405 S Z ST

BEEZLEY LORRAINE EA

DEAN WESLEY EU

$493,000

2/4/21

905 MOUNT VERNON DR

JIMENEZ MATILDA

ROBLES JOSHUA EA

$500,000

2/5/21

2017 JALAMA CT

BERG SHANE EA

ZIMMER JESSE

$515,000

2/3/21

3947 AGENA WAY

RAINWATER DAVID EU

FOLK VICTOR

$575,000

2/5/21

4005 CLUB HOUSE RD

RYNKIEWICZ RICHARD EA

NETTLETON JEFFREY

$610,000

2/3/21

1374 FARADAY ST

ROMERO ANITA EA

WILLIAMS GERALD EA

$900,000

2/5/21

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SANTA YNEZ

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