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A Ta s t e o f E u r o p e a n M o d e r n i s m i n B i r n a m Wo o d . . . NEW LISTING • 1987 Birnam Wood Drive • Montecito • Newly Offered at $6,750,000

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Contents A Note From The SBAOR President: California for Homeownership ........................................................4 The Best and Worst Paint Colors for Every Room ..........................4 HOA Homefront Q&A: Renting to Criminals, Move in Fees, and What is “Single Family”?..........................................................6 What Not to Miss in The Final Walk-Through of Your New Home..................................................6 How to Use Unusual Color Combinations to Make Your Rooms Pop ..................................................................10 Santa Barbara County Sales...........................................................12 How to Get Hot Water Faster to the Faucet ...................................13 Around Town: Santa Barbara Botanical Garden is Open! .....................................15

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A note from the SBAOR President By Brian Johnson President of the Santa Barbara Association of REALTORS®

The colors we choose for our homes have a proven influence over our quality of life.

Californians The Best and for Worst Paint Colors Homeownership Photo courtesy Dreamstime

California continues to face an unprecedented housing crisis. The biggest factor is a lack in the supply of new housing. Policies related to the supply of new housing are created at a local level and local governments often create those policies based on voter interests and do not consider our local and regional housing needs. NIMBYs (Not in My Backyard) and municipalities using exclusionary housing policies are a major driver of the housing crisis. These policies are used across the state to restrict or deny new housing projects, including housing projects that would increase access to affordable housing. While the state of California continues to pass laws designed to limit these practices and to make it easier for property owners to build there is not a lot they can do to monitor implementation at the local level. Without a strong organization to stand up for individuals’ property rights there is often little that property owners can do to force these cities to change their practices. Californians for Homeownership is a non-profit organization that was founded to work on behalf of the citizens of California against these policies. Californians for Homeownership monitors compliance with the laws and when necessary they will file suits to make sure they are enforced. This can come in the form of lawsuits aimed at making sure cities review and approve projects in a timely manner, do not overcharge for development fees or to make sure that cities do not discriminate with regards to the approval of projects. After several recent victories across the state, Californians for Homeownership has filed suit against the City of Coronado over practices meant to discourage the building of Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) in the community. ADUs are secondary housing structures built on single-family properties. Often referred to as “granny flats”, these are an innovative way to increase the supply of housing throughout the state. The suit states that City staff denies ADUs when homeowners file for permits for the construction of a new home and an ADU at the same time. This violates the City’s written ADU policies and state ADU law. The housing crisis cannot be solved by cities and communities working against their own residents in denying or restricting the creation of new housing. Only through cooperation and collaboration will we be able to solve our housing crisis. Organizations like Californians for Homeownership work to help protect the rights of property owners and to further the supply of new housing across the state. To learn more about Californians for Homeownership please visit their website at www.caforhomes.org.

Brian Johnson can be reached at 805-879-9631 or emailed at bjohnson@radiusgroup.com

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for Every Room

By HomeAdvisor Colors have a proven psychological effect on our moods. And the colors we choose for our homes have a proven influence on our overall quality of life. Using color psychology, we can create a home that relaxes, energizes and focuses us where and when we need it most. It just takes knowing which colors to use in which room — and which colors to avoid. BEDROOMS For the bedroom, it’s best to choose peaceful, relaxing colors that will help you get a good night’s sleep. BEST: BLUE AND GREEN The color blue evokes a sense of calm. In fact, all shades of blue are said to bring down a person’s blood pressure, respiration rate and anxiety levels. And light greens are said to make people feel serene, comforted and refreshed. Interestingly, the color green is also said to stimulate fertility. WORST: DARK PURPLE, ORANGE AND YELLOW Dark purple is said to stimulate vivid dreams and nightmares. This is especially true for deep, dark mauve and eggplant shades. If purple is your color of choice, consider a soft lavender. This will bring the bedroom a sense of calm, the same way blue does. Bold orange is said to make people feel excited or energized — making it a better match for an exercise room than the bedroom. And yellows can make people feel hungry, which is undesirable in the one room dedicated to sleep. KITCHEN The kitchen is a place for happiness and community. Choose a color that will inspire you to cook for and spend quality time with loved ones. BEST: YELLOW, EARTH TONES, WHITE Yellow kitchens tend to make people feel happy, optimistic and inspired. What’s more, yellow is said to activate the metabolism and make people feel hungry. Rich browns emulate the color of the earth, which can be associated with the fresh food we eat. And crisp whites will help give your kitchen a clean, airy feel.

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WORST: BRIGHT ORANGE AND RED Experts warn: Stay away from bright orange and red if you’re watching your weight. These colors are said to stimulate appetite. BATHROOMS Your bathroom is a place for self-care and self-love. Go with colors that make you feel relaxed, refreshed and confident. BEST: LIGHT GREEN, LIGHT BLUE AND BLUSH The calming effect of light green and blue make them great choices for the bedroom as well as the bathroom. And blush pinks are not only flattering to all skins tones, but they are also said to make people feel warmer after stepping out of the tub. WORST: NEON, DARK PURPLES, BLUES AND REDS Neon colors, such as hot pink and lime green, are too bold for the bathroom; they won’t stand the test of time. And dark purples, blues and reds are considered oppressive colors. They will make a small bathroom feel even smaller. OFFICE The office is meant to make you feel productive and undistracted. Here, you want to choose colors that put you in the zone. BEST: GRAY AND GREEN Gray tones are detached and steady, which may help you feel less distracted and more organized. And green is considered to be a color of concentration, as well as one of the best colors to look at over a long period of time. As a bonus, green represent tranquility — something you want to feel when your work becomes frustrating. WORST: RED Red is said to be physically stimulating and anger-enhancing. For most of us, that’s the opposite of how we want to feel when we’re trying to get some work done.

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920 CAMINO VIEJO, MONTECITO 4BD/4½BA • $6,250,000 Daniel Encell, 805.565.4896 LIC# 00976141

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462 CROCKER SPERRY DR, MONTECITO 2BD+Office/3BA • $4,295,000 Marsha Kotlyar Estate Group, 805.565.4014 LIC# 01426886

124 VIA ALICIA, EUCALYPTUS HILL 3BD/3½BA • $3,395,000 Cristal Clarke, 805.886.9378 LIC# 00968247

399 ARBOLEDA RD, HOPE RANCH ANNEX 4BD/2BA • $2,500,000 Bill Urbany / Alisa Pepper, 805.331.0248 LIC# 00717028 / 01347807

7475 SHEPARD MESA RD, CARPINTERIA 4BD/3BA • $2,495,000 Nancy Kogevinas, 805.450.6233 LIC# 01209514

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00 LONG CANYON RD#28, LOS ALAMOS 10.01±acs • $429,000 Ealand & Sideris Group, 805.698.9902 LIC# 01766178 / 00603730

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HOA Homefront Reader Questions

Renting to Criminals, Move in Fees, and What is “Single Family”?

The day of your walk-through inspection, arrive on time and in comfortable shoes — and make sure your calendar is cleared so you are free of distractions and obligations during your appointment. Photo Courtesy Amy Walters/Dreamstime/TNS

By Kelly G. Richardson, Esq. CCAL Dear Kelly: My HOA made a change in the CC&Rs. Renters must be approved by the board and nobody with a criminal record shall be approved. Can they make these demands for just rental units and not units being sold? Wouldn’t criminal records be just as important about potential buyers? – J.S. Dear J.S.: The state Fair Housing regulations which took effect in 2020 do not permit a blanket housing discrimination against persons based upon criminal history. Under Title 2 Section 12266, there must be some connection between the criminal history and the HOA’s safety concerns. So, for example, someone who had been convicted of arson or a violent crime might be a reasonable concern, unlike someone who had committed loan fraud. Hopefully your HOA had the benefit of legal advice when the members amended the CC&Rs to require prospective tenants to be approved by the board. Ask counsel to review the criminal history issue and make sure the HOA’s policy does not violate the regulations. – Best, Kelly Hi Kelly, Our association requires that owners notify management before moving occupants in or out of their unit, and management arranges for a representative to observe the moving of belongings and to document the impact upon any common areas. Deposits and the observer cost also must be paid. Furniture or appliances or other large items cannot be moved in or out of a unit except when purchasing new furniture. Owners who ignore this rule may be fined. I would like your opinion on this policy. – Thank you. C.R. Dear C.R.: The association is responsible to protect the common areas and can take rea-

sonable steps to protect hallways, elevators, and other common elements against damage from moving activities. Associations with more rentals may have greater incidence of resident changes and therefore a higher probability of damage. Association charges related to moving must be reasonable per the 2015 appellate decision in Watts v. Oak Shores, meaning they can be supported by a good faith explanation approximating the HOA’s actual incurred costs from move-ins/outs. – Sincerely, Kelly Mr. Richardson, our HOA says military renters cannot live together in their community if they are not a “family” and they define family as an “integrated economic unit.” However, the CC&Rs define family as “natural individuals, related or unrelated, who live as a single household.” Is requiring an “integrated economic unit” discriminating based upon source of income? Do the HOA’s guidelines discriminate against military personnel? – Sincerely, R.Z. Dear R.Z.: Many cities do not have a clear definition of “family,” but the California Supreme Court in its 1980 opinion in City of Santa Barbara vs. Adamson endorsed a broader definition of the term. In that opinion, the Court stated that members of a “family” need not necessarily be related or have a head of household. Some cities have adopted the definition of “family” to be a group of persons sharing a residence’s common facilities. Renters, military or not, need not be a “family” in the traditional sense of the word to be considered “single family” occupancy. Also, treating residents differently because of their military service may violate Fair Housing laws, since veteran or military status is now a protected class in California. – Thanks, Kelly.

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

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What Not to Miss in The Final Walk-Through Of Your New Home By Pat Setter It’s an exciting moment, walking into your brand-new home after it’s finally completed. But don’t let the excitement distract you from the importance of this final walk-through with the builder a few days before closing on a home. This is your chance to inspect the home, learn about the mechanics and systems, and note any areas of concern or defect. The day of your walk-through inspection, arrive on time and in comfortable shoes — and make sure your calendar is cleared so you are free of distractions and obligations during your appointment. Be sure to bring a notebook to make a checklist, and have your smartphone handy to take photos of the items that need to be repaired, as you and your builder representative create the “punch list” of items that need attention. Point out anything you find that needs to be addressed, because after you move in you won’t be able to prove that that scratch on the kitchen countertop wasn’t caused during the move-in. Once you have a list of repairs, your builder representative (usually a customer service professional) will go over the list and have you approve it, making sure that all your items of concern are noted. Then he or she will go about alerting the correct trade contractor to come back in and correct the work. If that’s after you have moved in, you will be contacted with the day and time the work will be attended to. Once the repairs or corrections are completed, you will need to sign off that the work was done satisfactorily. Here are some things to look for during your walk-through: • Examine all surfaces, including cabinets, counters, fixtures, floors, windows, ceilings, and walls, inside and out. Paint touchups are among the most frequently noted items. • Turn all the faucets on and off and flush the toilets to inspect for leaks.

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• Open and close windows and doors to make sure they lock and seal properly. • Check to see whether all appliances operate, that they are the correct model and that the appliance handbook is available. • Don’t forget to inspect the entire property. Make sure the ground slopes away from the home, so as to avoid foundation problems and flooding. If the landscaping is already in place, look for dead plants and check for areas where water could pool. The inspection, which can last an hour or two, is also your chance to ask questions about how things work. Be sure to ask where the shut-off valves are for gas, electricity and water in case of an emergency. Although your new home comes with a stack of instruction and warranty manuals, it’s helpful having someone demonstrate the appliances, the heating and air conditioning and the smarthome features that come with many new houses. During this time, the builder’s representative will also go over the homeowner’s maintenance responsibilities, which are often required to keep warranties in place. Often, builders will schedule a follow-up inspection soon after you’ve moved in and another toward the end of your first year in the home, which marks the end of the warranty for workmanship and material. Small problems, such as a popped nail in the drywall, often arise as the home settles. During this first walk-through, ask lots of questions. You may choose to have a home inspector professional perform their own inspection of the property. If so, you will need to schedule it with the builder ahead of time before your walkthrough. Then, bring along your inspection report to discuss anything of note. By being diligent upfront, you can ensure that you will be able to enjoy your new home for years to come. Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.

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How to Use Unusual Color Combinations to Make Your Rooms Pop Gray and indigo blue may not be the first color combination that comes to mind, but it works in this family room space. Photos courtesy Design Recipes

By Cathy Hobbs

Tribune News Service When it comes to color combinations, you may ask yourself, what’s in and what’s out? Which colors can I put together? And which ones may be taboo or clash? Here are some general guidelines you can follow that can help improve the likelihood of color combination success. COOL VS. WARM COLORS A traditional color wheel can be a wonderful guide and tool if you are confused about which potential colors could blend well when placed near each other. As a general rule of thumb, colors next to each other on the wheel work well together, as do colors that are opposite each other on the wheel. Don’t be afraid to blend colors together, either by pairing warm colors with other warm colors, or by pairing cool and warm colors. Have a special outfit or garment pairing you simply love? Consider trying

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that same color combination in your home. Often, colors that work in fashion can easily translate into fabrics and wall colors that will work well together in the realm of home decor.

Mustard yellow is a gender-neutral accent color that works very well with neutral tones.

TURQUOISE AND ORANGE Turquoise and orange may sound like an odd pairing, but the color combination can be quite inviting, especially for those looking for a modern, if not hip decor. The blend of turquoise, often viewed as a warm season color, and a more traditional orange, can appear timeless and modern. BLACK, WHITE AND RED Black and White is one of the most popular color combinations in both fashion and home decor. Add a pop of red, and you have the recipe for color success. Fun, crisp and clean, this color combination can be used in living spaces or in a kitchen.

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Blue and black are paired together in this dining space.

White, gray and tomato red are popular in fashion, but not as popular in home decor. Still, they help make this kitchen shine.

A mix of silver and gold helps create a touch of glam in this living space.

The unusual color combination of orange and turquoise creates an interesting and graphic aesthetic in this home office.

YELLOW AND CHARCOAL Whether it is mustard, lemon yellow or chartreuse, yellow is an innovative, modern and creatively dynamic color when paired with cool colors such as gray, whether it is a light gray or a deeper shade such as a charcoal. CHARCOAL AND DARK BLUE This is an instance in which two cool colors work well together. With the shade of blue, don’t be afraid to go with rich and bright tones, as these shades will create an inviting contrast when paired with gray. DARK BLUE AND BLACK A few years back, there was a bit of a fashion controversy surrounding this particular color combination, asking the question, can

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you wear blue with black? The answer according to many fashionistas is yes, and this is a color combination that also often works extremely well when it comes to home decor.

Cathy Hobbs, based in New York City, is an Emmy Award-winning television host and a nationally known interior design and home staging expert with offices in New York City, Boston and Washington, D.C. Contact her at info@cathyhobbs.com or visit her website at www.cathyhobbs.com Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.

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ADDRESS

SELLER

BUYER

BUELLTON / SOLVANG

243 GLENNORA WAY

WAFER DAWN

TELLEZ MICHELLE

1774 COTTONWOOD ST

STAPP BRUCE EU

WILAON THOMAS EA

CUYAMA

4695 CEBRIAN AVE

HAHN KEN EA

GOLETA

622 BURTIS ST 4745 CALLE CAMARADA

LOMPOC

MONTECITO

SANTA BARBARA

SANTA MARIA

PRICE

DATE

$702,500

2/12/21

$1,149,000

2/12/21

SANCHEZ MARIA

$260,000

2/8/21

CONTRERAS ROSA EA

HASKELL NATALIE EU

$700,000

2/10/21

PACIFIC PREMIERT TRUST EA

WILLIAMS NICOLE

$710,000

2/10/21

7095 DEL NORTE DR

BELL GINA EA

LEYES RUBEN EA

$805,000

2/10/21

569 S SAN MARCOS RD

CONSTANTINO GARY EA

O’FLAHERTY ABIGAIL

$915,000

2/11/21

926 VIA CAMPOBELLO

STENFORS BRIAN EA

CAMPBELL MARCEL EU

$1,250,000

2/12/21

4834 VIA LOS SANTOS

INGRAM FAMILY WEST LLC

BRATCHER DOUGLAS EU

$2,550,000

2/12/21

1113 N THIRD ST

NEWTON WILLIAM

ALVAREZ ALMA EA

$385,000

2/11/21

1120 N JASMINE ST

HURLBUT CHARLES

SANTIAGO-ALBERTA MELINDA

$415,000

2/12/21

1341 CAMELLIA CT

GORTON MICHAEL EU

GUERRERO ANNABELLE EU

$466,000

2/12/21

546 SAN YSIDRO RD 2

JOSEPHINE LLC

NEXT DOOR TRUST

$1,700,000

2/12/21

255 BONNIE LN

BARDAKOS-RILEY ANDREA EA

JOHAR PARAN EA

$4,500,000

2/9/21

525 LAS FUENTES DR

GUY LAURENCE EA

EL FORREST LLC

$5,295,000

2/11/21

445 PIMIENTO LN

LASNER CARL EA

BROWNE MICHAEL EA

$5,625,000

2/8/21

3090 HIDDEN VALLEY LN

TESSADA ENRIQUE EA

SINGER MAURICE EA

$7,412,500

2/8/21

1435 TUNNEL RD

HEYDT MARY ANN

OSIPOV ANTON EA

$479,000

2/12/21

4128 VIA ANDORRA D

PFADENHAUER TINA EA

BARBIERI ANDRE EU

$525,000

2/9/21

1471 LAS POSITAS PL

WILMINGTON SAVINGS FUND

KIMBALL RYAN EU

$981,000

2/12/21

953 W CARRILLO ST

RIFKIN ROBERT EA

LUIKART HEATHER EA

$1,050,000

2/12/21

130 W FIGUEROA ST

MERINO GEORGE

PURDY MALCOLM EU

$1,055,000

2/11/21

4586 ATASCADERO DR

DONAHUE EDWARD EA

HENNING PAUL EU

$1,100,000

2/11/21

1919 BATH ST

BACHMEIER SARA

NICOLAIS MICHAEL

$1,180,000

2/12/21

136 POR LA MAR CIR

MORGAN PEGGY EA

SHAFER ROBERT EA

$1,196,000

2/9/21

231 LEE DR

MORALES MARCUS EU

CONRAD BEATRICE EA

$1,325,000

2/11/21

729 E ANAPAMU ST D

SCHENCK KIMBERLY EA

LEVAY HEIDI EA

$1,649,000

2/12/21

2719 CLINTON TERRACE

COBB JOSHUA EA

TIETJEN SATISH

$1,850,000

2/10/21

1538 LAS POSITAS RD

SEYMOUR DANIEL & BERAN RHONDA

MONTGOMERY LELAND EU

$1,908,000

2/9/21

2060 LAS CANOAS RD

SIMONS JACQUELINE EA

MARTIN BRIAN EU

$1,920,000

2/8/21

1609 LAGUNA ST

HAMILTON MICHAEL EA

NELSON TIMOTHY

$2,050,000

2/12/21

1055 ROBLE LN

MORLEY-VEGA KRISTA EA

MCCORMICK MARK

$2,160,000

2/10/21

205 E ISLAY ST

MIRA EILEEN EA

MORALES MARCUS EU

$2,835,000

2/12/21

707 CHIQUITA RD

GLEASON KEVIN EU

HAYUM GEORGE EA

$2,900,000

2/10/21

225 STATE ST

HANGAR 225 LLC

KIRSHNER/LEONARD REAL ESTATE

$3,680,000

2/10/21

940 COYOTE RD

VINCENT JOHN

KEATING WILLIAM EU

$3,925,000

2/9/21

2211 MOUNT CALVARY RD

MIKUTTA PETER

SHELMERDINE GUY EU

$4,600,000

2/12/21

4200 MARINA DR

PASKIN MICHAEL EU

MONCADA EDWARD EU

$4,750,000

2/12/21

1191 LAS ALTURAS RD

DAVIS FRED EA

BILLINGS JEFFREY EA

$5,400,000

2/12/21

2444 VILLAGE GREEN

NASSA KELLY

RITCHIE TIMOTHY EA

$225,000

2/10/21

516 N SCOTT DR

GHENO ANTHONY

ZARAGOZA ROSELIA EU

$450,000

2/9/21

613 E BUNNY AVE

BRECKENRIDGE PROPERTY FUND

AMBRIZ FRANCISCO EA

$480,000

2/9/21

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ADDRESS

SANTA MARIA

SUMMERLAND

SANTA YNEZ

UNICORP

SELLER

BUYER

PRICE

DATE

1015 E FESLER ST

BREWER ILONA

GOSSAGE DARIN EU

$495,000

2/12/21

1529 TIFFANY PARK CIR 976 BRIARCLIFF DR

WILLY DAVID

KNIGHT KIVA EA

$535,000

2/9/21

HANSEN DERED EA

REGAN THOMAS

$667,000

2/12/21

3196 SERENA AVE

HAMEL DONNA

QUIEL TYLER EU

$1,450,000

2/12/21

2286 GOLDEN GATE AVE

MURRY KERRI

RANCHO ACACIA FAMILY LLC

$1,850,000

2/9/21

906 ECHO LN

RHONE JAMIE EA

GLASS JEFF EU

$720,000

2/10/21

3160 SAMANTHA DR

KAVALOSKI MARK EA

DONATELLI DEREK EA

$1,175,000

2/10/21

1475 EDISON ST

POULSON RYAN EU

FRIEDMAN DARIN EA

$2,175,000

2/12/21

1690 SKY DR

COSTER JOHN EA

KORTH KARL EA

$2,500,000

2/12/21

285 LESLIE ST

LOS ALAMOS LOTS LLC

GRACE AVENUE LLC

$250,000

2/9/21

707 TIFFANY DR A

SANDOVAL EDNA EA

DIAZ RICKY

$348,000

2/11/21

1726 S RIO VISTA ST

HOORE JANA EA

GUZMAN VINCENT EU

$360,000

2/10/21

1846 N LYNNE DR

CLOCAR ISIDRO EU

MENDEZ PABLO EU

$419,000

2/12/21

619 E MONROE ST

GARCIA RONALD

DOMINGUEZ DONNA

$440,000

2/12/21

2527 S SANTA ROSA ST

MASHHOON MEHRDAD EA

MONTOYA EMMANUEL EU

$455,000

2/12/21

1867 OLIVE DR

WILLS DAVID EU

CLARK STEVEN EU

$550,000

2/12/21

1517 RIVERSIDE DR

GARDNER ROBERT EU

MAYA REYNA EU

$555,000

2/12/21

LILLEBAKKE CT

WILSON JAMES EA

TRUBITZ ALANA

$835,000

2/10/21

2501 JANIN WAY

ZUEHLKE NEIL EA

ROBINSON BRIAN EU

$950,000

2/11/21

5630 W CAMINO CIELO

TAPPEINER MARD EU

I-DEAL HOMES REAL ESTATE

$1,100,000

2/11/21

              

     



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Very modern, remodeled apts. Plank flooring, new kitchenettes w/ micro & refrig, new bthrms. Only $1750 incl. utils. Nr. beach & shops! Karen Lacks & Co. Real Estate DRE#00576880 684-7541 684-RENT x304 www.klacks.com

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Around Town Santa Barbara Botanical Garden is Open! Spring in the Meadow

Many of you are familiar with the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden or “The Garden” as it is called. But, to those newcomers to our seaside city who would like to drink in the beauty of The Garden let us introduce you to it. The Garden’s mission is to conserve California native plants and habitats for the health and well-being of people and the planet. In fact, it was the very first botanic garden

in the nation to focus solely on native plants. The Garden, set in Santa Barbara’s beautiful Mission Canyon, has provided the community with seasonal Californian splendor since 1926. Visitors can travel the state over just a few miles of trails —stopping to enjoy a Coast Redwood grove, explore the unique flora of California’s Channel Islands (complete with panoramic Island views!), or sit leisurely by a cool Canyon stream. A conservation institution first and foremost, the Garden houses an impressive scientific research and restoration program working to preserve plant biodiversity across the State. Visitors can help the cause by planting native plants at home. The Garden’s nursery boasts the widest selection of native plants in Central California and their Home Demo Garden provides all the inspiration needed to get planting! COVID-19 precautions are in place, including

limited admissions and required face masks throughout the Garden. “A visit to the Garden is the perfect low-risk outdoor activity for families, and Spring is a beautiful season to visit!” says Assistant Director of Development and Communications, Becky Curtis. “And if a visit isn’t in the cards just yet. you can still experience the Garden’s beauty online at sbbg.org/athome” The Garden is open to guests every day from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m with COVID-19 related precautions. Members can also visit during Members-Only hour 9 a.m. - 10 a.m. No one will be admitted without a face mask or a face shield. Face coverings must be worn at all times on Garden grounds. No on-site classes, tours, events, or programs are available at this time. All indoor facilities remain closed to the public, except restrooms. For more information www.sbbg.org

Photo by Greg Trainor

The Nursery at the Santa Barbara Garden

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336 SANTA ROSALIA WAY, SANTA BARBARA, CA 93111 A New Listing Presented by J. W. Maxwell, Realtor

339 Santa Rosalia Way, Santa Barbara, CA 93111 – Offered at $1,095,000 • Beautiful 1,614 Sq. Ft. Home • Recently Remodeled - Kitchen & Bathrooms, New Flooring, • New Paint, Upgraded Landscape • Foothill School District • Close to all Retail

• Schedule for Showings • Showings: By Appointment between 10 AM and 2 PM on Wednesday, March 3rd Thursday, March 4th and Friday, March 5th

Offers should be submitted before 5 PM, Saturday, March 6th.

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Jack Maxwell J. W. Maxwell, Realtor 805-451-1669 jackmaxwell@icloud.com

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