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NEW LISTING | 4508 FOOTHILL ROAD, CARPINTERIA CA 93013 4 BEDS | 5 BATHS | OFFERED AT $12,500,000 Meander up off Foothill Road in Carpinteria to discover this very special property located at 4508 Foothill Road. Enter this 25 acre income producing avocado ranch through a beautifully custom built gate up a private driveway to the main home which sits on a lovely knoll to take advantage of the expansive ocean, island and coastline views. The charming farmhouse features classic architecture with 6 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. The traditional floor plan lends itself to many lifestyles. The lovely, south facing kitchen has been recently remodeled and opens onto the welcoming, partially covered large wrap-around deck where one can entertain or relax and take in the exquisite views. The formal living and dining rooms are generous in size and are positioned perfectly to take advantage of the natural light and ocean views. Also on the main floor are two bedrooms and two full baths. Up a lovely set of stairs with a custom wood banister, is the primary suite that captures even grander ocean, island and coastline views, with a large walk-in closet and a luxurious, remodeled bathroom with dual vanity sinks. Down the hall are two more bedrooms graced with high ceilings that share a nice hall bathroom. Completing the main house is a sixth bedroom with a full bathroom that is on the lower level; ideal for guests because of the separate entrance and an oversized two car garage. Surrounded by nature, this compound is an incredible opportunity to own a rare 25 acres on the Golden Coast; all just a few minutes to charming downtown Carpinteria, the beach, the famous polo fields and a few more minutes to Montecito. The property also features a three bedroom manager's house and a 2 bedroom mobile home; both maintained nicely. The land features 2 contiguous AG-zoned lots that currently have over 10 acres of Gem Avocados that are producing well now and have the potential of bringing in $600,000/year in income within 2-3 years.

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COntents A Note From The SBAOR President: How real estate commissions work.............................................................4 Handyman: Sliding closet doors.....................................................................................6 HOA Homefront Reader Questions: Is there double jeopardy in HOAs and Handling the hateful....................................................................................6 Santa Barbara County Sales........................................................................8 Ask Angi: What should I ask driveway installers? ....................................................14

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A note from the SBAOR President By Bob Walsmith, Jr. President of the Santa Barbara Association of REALTORS®

How Real Estate Commissions Work In order to understand how real estate commissions are paid, it’s necessary to first understand the tool used in the vast majority of all home purchases: a Multiple Listing Service. Multiple Listing Services are essentially databases of all the homes for sale in a given market, maintained in most cases by local REALTOR® associations. Local REALTOR® associations also make most of this information publicly available for free, and each database often feeds home search sites. When a seller lists a property on one of these local broker marketplaces with a listing broker, they get access to the largest pool of possible buyers that have been brought to the marketplace by buyer brokers. Meanwhile, buyers can work with any broker and see ALL homes for sale. So where do commissions come in? Typically, the seller’s broker pays the buyer broker’s commission for finding a ready, willing and able buyer. This creates a larger pool of buyers for sellers and saves sellers time and money by working with an established group of brokers. For buyers, it saves them money at closing and enables the buyer to receive professional representation. The practice of listing brokers paying buyer brokers enables efficiency, effectiveness and accessibility for firsttime, low- and middle-income and buyers of all walks of life. This practice also has been the driving force behind a thriving American real estate market. From 2010 to 2020, this approach to commissions: • Enabled 88% of homebuyers to purchase their home through a real estate broker • Contributed to an $8.2 trillion increase in total housing wealth • Helped 6.3 million more new buyers become homeowners For the 90% of sellers who use a broker, they sell for 30% more on average than homes sold off the local broker marketplace as for sale by owner. That means someone working with an agent could get $390,000 for their home versus $300,000 if they tried to do it on their own. If this practice changed and sellers’ brokers stopped paying buyers’ brokers, what would be the likely outcome? • No centralized source of available

homes for consumers or brokers • Buyers would have to visit every broker in town to see all available homes • Outdated home status information • Fewer homes for buyers to choose from on real estate sites • Unverified, inaccurate and unreliable property information • Sellers would likely have to pay to list and advertise their properties on websites • Buyers unable to afford brokerages would have fewer options • Inconsistent broker information in listings across the marketplaces • Markets would be controlled by the largest brokers Facts About Commissions Commissions are always negotiable. The seller decides what fee they are willing to pay for their broker’s services and how much that listing broker should offer a broker who brings a buyer to close the transaction. Commissions can be negotiated at any point throughout the transaction, including at the outset and any time before the transaction closes. Broker cooperation benefits consumers. Broker cooperation in the commission process leads to brokers sharing their inventory with each other. In turn, that means sellers have access to the largest possible pool of potential buyers, and buyers have access to the greatest number of housing options in one place. Commissions cannot be included as part of a mortgage. The vast majority of mortgage lenders do not allow commissions to be added to home loans. Listing brokers’ offers of compensation to buyer brokers gives first-time and low- and middle-income homebuyers a better shot at affording a home and professional representation in the home-buying process. For many buyers, saving for a down payment is difficult enough, if buyers had to pay real estate commissions out-of-pocket on top of closing costs, it would push the dream of homeownership even further out of reach for countless people. Commission rates are determined by market forces. Commissions fluctuate over time and have notably de-

creased steadily in recent years. You get what you pay for. Local MLS broker marketplaces allow small brokerages to compete with large ones and provide for unprecedented competition among brokers, including different service and pricing models. So, you can choose from many commission models. Like with other things, you can expect someone with discounted commissions to provide a different service level. Those are choices to consider as you prepare to make likely the single most significant investment in your lifetime. U.S. real estate market is the world standard. The U.S. real estate model has long been viewed as the most consumer-friendly around the world. Buyers abroad are forced to wade through complex markets that require consumers to work with multiple brokerages to access fragmented inventory because listings are not shared freely in the marketplace. The result is more time consuming, impersonal and costly. FAQs Is there a “set commission” real estate brokers charge consumers? No. The market decides commission rates, and commissions are always negotiable. Consumers have the choice of who they want to pay and how they want to pay them. Because of the pro-consumer local MLS broker marketplace model, and options like a success fee, there is unprecedented competition among real estate brokers, especially when it comes to the service and commission options available to consumers. Why not require buyers to pay commissions directly to their broker instead of the historic practice of listing brokers paying the buyer broker? Forcing buyers to take on the additional out-of-pocket expense would cause them incredible hardship and would freeze many, particularly firsttime and low- and middle-income homebuyers, out from an already competitive market. That could also force homebuyers to forgo professional help during what is likely the most complex and consequential transaction they’ll make in their lifetime. How does the U.S. model compare to other, international broker marketplaces? The U.S. approach is the most con-

sumer-centric model. By consolidating fees and the overall process, our nation’s model simplifies the experience, provides greater certainty of success to both buyers and sellers, and provides guidelines that ensure the accuracy of housing inventory made available to real estate professionals and consumers, all at comparable or lower total costs than those in other countries. Why should real estate professionals make the money they do in commissions when so much information is available online? Real estate brokers provide essential guidance as consumers navigate the legal, financial and community aspects of a purchase, including everything from determining property value to negotiating the price. They also make local broker marketplaces, which online housing portals tap into, possible because of all the information they input into those databases. How does the current approach to commissions benefit small businesses? Access to inventory and free advertising as well as the practice of the listing broker paying the buyer brokers’ commission incentivizes participation in these local real estate marketplaces and creates the largest, most accessible and most accurate source of housing information available to consumers. That levels the playing field among brokerages, allowing small brokerages to compete with large ones, and provides for unprecedented competition among brokers, including different service and pricing models for consumers.

Bob Walsmith, Jr. can be reached at 805-720-5362 or emailed at Bob@BobWalsmithJr.com

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HOA Homefront Reader Questions

Your Handyman By Mark Baird

Sliding Closet Doors Question: The sliding closet doors in our bedrooms keep coming off the tracks, get jammed against each other and they are driving us crazy! My husband used to be able to get the doors back on track, but we now have two closets with doors that are jammed and we have given up. The doors are the original ones from when the house was built in 1964 and we would like to ask what can be done to fix these doors so I can get back into the closets! Your HandYMan: We get many service calls for sliding bypass closet doors and pocket doors that have come off track and even had one call where a lady in Montecito was trapped inside an upstairs bathroom by a jammed pocket door, managed to climb out the window and safely get back inside through another upstairs window that was open. The problem with the older style of sliding door is with the old above mounted tracks that support the rollers which are mounted on the top of the doors. These older tracks typically are in the shape of an open hanging “J” which allows the doors to come off track if they are pushed or lifted up rather than pulled horizontally from side to side. Often sliding doors can get hung up on carpeting or some obstruction in the closet, a person will then try to push up or lift the door in their efforts to open the doors to get into the closet, and the rollers then lift up and out of the track. Some sliding closet doors can be quite heavy and lifting them back onto the track can become a difficult task. Often the original sliding doors were installed over hard wood floors, carpeting was laid over the hardwood some time later and the bases of the doors were never trimmed to allow for the extra height of the carpeting. In this case simply removing the doors and trimming the base if the

doors are wood will get them back into working shape if the rollers and tracks are not damaged. If the rollers and tracks are worn out or if you just would like to upgrade the hardware, then the solution is to remove the old “J” style track and rollers and install the new style track and roller hardware that can be purchased at most hardware stores. The new style of track is shaped like the letter “C” mounted on its back and the rollers are like a little trolley that is completely enclosed inside the track. If installed correctly, it is impossible for the roller trolley to come off of the track and they will work correctly indefinitely. A typical 6’-7’ wide closet with 2 bypass doors should take about 23 hours to switch out the old track hardware with the new style hardware, assuming that the doors and closet frame are in good condition, and the hardware will cost about $150. We recently installed new hardware for a pair of old closet doors but also replaced the original slab style doors with new louvered doors, and it made for a nice improvement in the appearance of the bedroom. These same problems frequently occur with the old track and roller hardware for pocket doors however installing new hardware for a pocket door can be a bigger project depending on how the pocket door was installed, and what is involved with getting access to remove the old track. Replacing the track and roller hardware on a pocket door often requires that a 12” square foot opening is made in the drywall in order to get tools inside the pocket to remove the old hardware and install the new. If the drywall is carefully removed, it will be a simple job to use the same piece of drywall to seal up the opening. However, if the walls on the pocket door have cabinets or are tiled, then the project may involve temporarily moving the cabinets or making an opening in the tile.

Is there Double Jeopardy in HOAs, and Handling the Hateful? By Kelly G. Richardson, Esq. CCAL Kelly: If HOA failed to send letter to homeowner within fifteen days as required by Civil Code 5855, may they simply ignore that and hold another meeting or as many as they want, thereby removing the possibility if a homeowner’s using 5855as a defense? – P.M. Dear P.M.: As your question implies, Associations must in writing notify a member no later than 15 days after a disciplinary (or common area damage reimbursement) hearing of any action taken. Civil Code Section 5855 has several requirements which must be met, or per 5855(d) such action is “void.” “Void” means the HOA cannot enforce the disciplinary action or reimbursement claim. If the HOA errs in its process, it can restart the process (hopefully doing it correctly this time). There is no “double jeopardy” ban in the HOA world banning a second “prosecution,” unlike government criminal enforcement, so the disciplinary process can be restarted. Some lawyers, even HOA lawyers, contend that various constitutional rights apply to the “accused” of HOA violations, but this is clearly wrong – or juries would decide these violations not boards. Remember, these hearings are a group of neighbors trying to stop unneighborly behavior. Nobody is being incarcerated here! – Thanks for your question, Kelly Dear Mr. Richardson: Question: We have a resident who likes to instigate and fight with community members. Now she has the membership list and is sending out hatespeech and targeting certain residents. She is also a “racist” and it is awful What can be done? Our attorney says nothing. – E.E.

Mark Baird is a General Contractor & the Owner of “Your Handyman” servicing Santa Barbara since 2006. You can contact Mark at 805-968-1234 or email him at: mark.baird@sbcoxmail.com. Visit his website at: www.yourhandymansb.com.

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Dear E.E.: I am very sorry to learn of the hateful activity by your neighbor. If that hate is directed at residents because of their membership in one of the many protected classes in California (race, religion, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and many more), the state Fair Housing regulations and H.U.D. regulations ban such activity as discriminatory. Section 12120 of the state regulations declare such discrimination illegal. Section 12010(c) requires the HOAto take what action it can to prevent such discrimination or it will be liable for that discrimination. By the way, pursuant to Section 12005(t) of the regulations, HOAs, their board members AND their managers are all defined as the “owner” of the property for purposes of Fair Housing liability. The HOA is only responsible to do what it can do under its documents, but it must at least try — so, and contrary to your attorney’s statement, it cannot just do nothing. The Fair Housing authorities expect the HOA to investigate the alleged discrimination and determine if illegal harassment happened. Then, the HOA is expected to try to do what it can to stop the behavior. This could be a letter from the HOA’s manager, board, or attorney. If the behavior is egregious enough that it constitutes a nuisance under the HOA CC&Rs, the HOA’s legal counsel may analyze whether that is a source of potential action. The residents victimized by this behavior have their own rights against the harasser, including complaining to the DFEH and even filing their own claim for discrimination. Hopefully the HOA can head off that kind of action by showing that such conduct will not be tolerated in your HOA community. – Best regards, Kelly

Kelly G. Richardson, Esq. is a Fellow of the College of Community Association Lawyers andPartnerof Richardson Ober DeNichilo LLP, a 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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NEW LISTING | 262 SANTA ROSA LANE, MONTECITO CA 93108 5 BEDS | 5.5 BATHS | OFFERED AT $7,995,000 Tucked down a private lane on a gated acre with stunning gardens, this charming Mediterranean style home located in Montecito’s coveted Hedgerow is truly a hidden oasis. This home is perfectly situated to all the conveniences that make for a great lifestyle. With easy access to the Rosewood Miramar Resort, beaches, shops, and restaurants of both the Upper and Lower Montecito Villages, the 4BR/4.5BA main house is built with great attention to detail and is easy to live in with large open spaces that work perfectly and flow together seamlessly. On the main floor, there is a welcoming entry hall leading to the spacious formal living and dining room, both with custom fireplaces and surrounded with beautiful natural light filtering through large windows. Additionally, you will find a library boasting high ceilings, and a generously sized kitchen open to a spacious beamed great room with a stone fireplace. This home exemplifies the quintessential indoor/outdoor Montecito lifestyle with convenient access from multiple rooms to the beautifully landscaped outdoor area, featuring a grand patio, sparkling pool, spa, fountains, built-in fireplace and barbecue. The spacious primary suite is in its own sequestered upstairs wing accessed by a private staircase. A balcony, running the length of the bedroom and accessible through multiple French doors, makes for a perfect place to let in the gentle breezes while enjoying the majestic mountain views after a long day. Two additional upstairs bedroom suites are situated in another wing and accessed by their own staircase. The third guest bedroom suite is on the entry level downstairs, offering multiple living options for today’s ever-changing lifestyle needs. Guests will love residing in the charming cabana/guest house with beamed vaulted ceiling and large French doors that open out to the pool area. This quality home in a prime location was designed by the renowned architect Jock Sewall and built by acclaimed Becker Studios. This property’s exquisite landscaping and utmost privacy have everything the discerning buyer is looking for.

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Santa BarBara County SaleS

This is a partial list of all recorded residential sales in Santa Barbara County from July 18 thru July 22, 2022. 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.

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BUELLTON / SOLVANG

2769 QUAIL VALLEY RD

GARY SCOTT EA

TORRES CONRAD EA

$1,765,000

7/20/2022

CARPINTERIA

4902 SANDYLAND RD 134

SUGARMAN FLORENCE EA

BROSNAN DEBRA EA

$769,000

7/22/2022

1303 TARANTO CIR

BENNETT MARK EA

LUCAS MORGAN EU

$1,637,000

7/20/2022

37 DEARBORN PL 73

TANG YIWEN EA

BARATI-MARNANI KEVIN

$540,000

7/21/2022

452 LINFIELD PL A

BILCO BRENT EA

BOWERS NICHOLAS EU

$725,000

7/19/2022

367 CANNON GREEN DR B

DAVIS KRISTINA EA

PHAM JUSTINA EA

$776,000

7/22/2022

331 NORTHGATE DR B

WILSON KRISTIN EA

JOHNSON STEVEN EA

$810,000

7/22/2022

487 N KELLOGG AVE

BRANDT MARK

BOTTS NEIL EA

$1,025,000

7/20/2022

143 KALLEY DR

KNAPP LARRY EA

SAHIN GURKAN EA

$1,405,000

7/22/2022

123 S J ST

CREAGER RAYMOND EA

ART ALLEY LLC

$269,000

7/21/2022

415 W LAUREL AVE

CULBERSON BARBARA EA

ARRIGA RAMON EU

$275,000

7/18/2022

309 N M ST

SHERMAN WAYNE EU

LINDEN ROBIN

$340,000

7/19/2022

224 N SIXTH ST

MATTHEWS ANDREA EA

VIJELAS LLC

$380,000

7/20/2022

812 N M ST

RANFAM5 LLC

CARMONA MARLEN

$380,000

7/22/2022

309 S SECOND ST

GUTHERIE-VERRETTE JENNIFER EA

BAKER KATHERINE

$410,000

7/22/2022

1320 ASTER LN

LIZARRAGA JANET

BRUCE JOY EU

$487,500

7/22/2022

1101 W COLLEGE AVE

MILLER RANDALL EA

FLORES REBECCA

$495,000

7/20/2022

723 N FIRST ST

CAMPBELL ROBERT EA

GAITAN RUBEN

$515,000

7/22/2022

1716 SHEFFIELD DR

JONES DEBBI EA

HERNANDEZ GUILLERMO EU

$518,000

7/22/2022

1212 N C ST

PASCUA CHRISTOPHER EU

LEBLANC MARCELLUS EU

$606,000

7/18/2022

1111 WESTMONT RD

SPENCER GREGORY EA

WESTMONT COLLEGE

$316,000

7/18/2022

1940 JAMESON LN A

MOZILO ERIC EA

WGSNP LLC

$1,525,000

7/22/2022

798 CHELHAM WAY

JOHNSON CAROL EA

WALKER JONATHAN EA

$1,950,000

7/19/2022

870 ARCADY RD

DUNNE THOMAS EA

GOLDSTEIN RICHARD EA

$3,800,000

7/19/2022

126 LOUREYRO ST

CLEARY LORENE EA

126 LOUREYRO ST LLC

$3,950,500

7/18/2022

1031 MIRAMONTE DR 3

ROBB-FRADKIN JOAN EA

ALLEN SARAH

$912,000

7/22/2022

311 N VOLUNTARIO ST

WILDE TIMOTHY EU

WALLACE IAN EU

$984,000

7/18/2022

1924 BATH ST UNIT D

MINC JEFFREY EA

FULTON RICHARD EA

$1,125,000

7/21/2022

4012 INVIERNO DR A

FESSIER NINA EA

BASHIRI SHADI EU

$1,135,000

7/20/2022

3607 SAN REMO DR

WEICHBROD BRETT

WANG NIEN-HUA

$1,180,000

7/22/2022

1165 TUNNEL RD M

ELLSWORTH JOHN EA

JONES GREGORY EU

$1,250,000

7/22/2022

3980 1/2 MARICOPA DR

SOKOLOVE PHILLIP EA

WALLACE JONATHAN EU

$1,598,000

7/22/2022

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4347 MARINA DR, SANTA BARBARA 6BD/7½BA • $21,500,000 Cristal Clarke, 805.886.9378 LIC# 00968247

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1439 IRVINE LN, MONTECITO 5BD/6½BA; ±1.41 acre • $13,500,000 Deborah Samuel, 805.570.6680 LIC# 02119798

1333 SANTA TERESITA DR, SANTA BARBARA 4BD/4½BA • $4,995,000 Spechler & Beck RE Group, 805.689.2717 LIC# 00552664 / 01488548

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7 MONTE ALEGRE DR, CARPINTERIA ±10.01 acres • $4,250,000 Bartron Real Estate Group, 805.563.4054 LIC# 01005021

239 RAMETTO RD, MONTECITO 3BD/2BA • $3,450,000 Daniel Encell, 805.565.4896 LIC# 00976141

1293 SPRING RD, MONTECITO 3BD/3BA • $3,250,000 Patrice Serrani, 805.637.5112 LIC# 01764713

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215 SANTA ANITA RD, SANTA BARBARA 4BD/4BA • $2,395,000 Yolanda Van Wingerden, 805.570.4965 LIC# 01308141 OPEN SUN 2-4

1315 VALLECITO PL, CARPINTERIA 4BD/3BA • $2,095,000 Yolanda Van Wingerden, 805.570.4965 LIC# 01308141

5110 COTTAGE DR, CARPINTERIA 4BD/3½BA • $2,295,000 Yolanda Van Wingerden, 805.570.4965 LIC# 01308141

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585 SYCAMORE VISTA RD, MONTECITO 4BD/2BA • $2,195,000 Patrice Serrani, 805.637.5112 LIC# 01764713

90 BRANDON DR, GOLETA 4BD/2BA • $1,175,000 Scott Williams, 805.451.9300 LIC# 00628741

5120 COTTAGE DR, CARPINTERIA 4BD/3BA • $2,195,000 Yolanda Van Wingerden, 805.570.4965 LIC# 01308141 OPEN SUN 12-3

1317+17½ SALINAS PL, SANTA BARBARA 2BD/1BA + 1BD/1BA GH • $1,395,000 Kalia Rork, 805.689.0614 LIC# 01313668

OPEN SUN 1-3

3375 FOOTHILL RD #321, CARPINTERIA 2BD/2BA • $1,200,000 Douglas & Associates, 805.318.0900 LIC# 02024147

OPEN SUN 2-4

OPEN SUN 1-3

2110 RED ROSE WY, MESA 3BD/2BA • $1,495,000 Randy Freed & Kellie Clenet, 805.895.1799 LIC# 00624274 / 01434616

1460 TWINRIDGE RD, SANTA BARBARA 4BD/4BA • $2,850,000 Janet Caminite, 805.896.7767 LIC# 01273668

OPEN SUN 11-2

1325 LINHERE DR, CARPINTERIA 3BD/2BA • $1,300,000 Lindsey Densmore, 805.563.4070 LIC# 02162929 OPEN SUN 2-4

312 MALEZA WY, SANTA BARBARA 3BD/2BA • $1,150,000 Mimi Greenberg, 805.570.9585 LIC# 01196887

4856 LOOKOUT RD, SANTA BARBARA 3BD/2BA • $989,000 Scott Williams, 805.451.9300 LIC# 00628741

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Santa BarBara County SaleS AREA

ADDRESS

SELLER

BUYER

PRICE

SANTA BARBARA

3717 FRIAR LN

RANDTKE PETER

AUGUSTUS JOHN EA

$1,801,000

7/20/2022

245 COOPER RD

LOVEJOY DAWN EA

BOSS CHRISTOPHER EU

$1,900,000

7/18/2022

3508 LOS PINOS DR

MCHUGH VERONICA EA

RINDGE ROGER EA

$2,245,000

7/18/2022

272 SHERWOOD DR

MIRONOV MAKSIM

JUSTICE JORDAN

$2,300,000

7/21/2022

3992 MARICOPA DR

CERVANTES COLE EU

O’BRIEN ROSEMARIE EA

$3,000,000

7/21/2022

695 VIA HIERBA

WADE MATTHEW EA

STEELE JENNIFER EA

$11,850,000

7/22/2022

4160 LA LADERA RD

GRANT WARREN EA

LIGHT STEPHEN EU

$18,150,000

7/20/2022

2020 ALAMEDA PADRE SERR

MICHAEL TOWBES LLC

RIVIERA PARK ALAMEDA PADRE SER

$26,825,000

7/22/2022

722 S PINE ST

TORRES ANTHONY EA

HOMETOWN EQUITY GROUP

$200,000

7/22/2022

317 N BENWILEY AVE

LOPEZ RALPH EA

MMI PROPERTIES INVESTMENT LLC

$275,000

7/22/2022

413 E PARK AVE A4

CORONA IRENE

RUIZ ELVIRA EA

$320,000

7/19/2022

1007 W EL CAMINO ST

RICH DOUGLAS

VARGAS SALVADOR EU

$550,000

7/22/2022

735 W DAMASK CT

MILLER ALVAH EA

ALARCON JESSE EU

$555,000

7/22/2022

1221 PATTERSON RD

OSBURN CHARLES EA

HAWKINS ALLISSON EU

$590,000

7/20/2022

333 HARTNELL RD

VAN VALKENBURGH DAVID EA

JOHNSON KRISTEN EA

$665,000

7/22/2022

1239 VIA ALTA

ARMIJO ISRAEL EU

JACOBS JUSTIN EU

$695,000

7/21/2022

212 E TUNNELL ST

MARISCAL MARTIN EA

HARTFORD JAMES EA

$700,000

7/20/2022

400 E MILL ST

RICH SUSAN EA

CASTANEDA CARLOS EA

$712,500

7/22/2022

1239 HOLLYSPRINGS LN

WASSERMAN ROERT EU

GARCIA HECTOR

$810,000

7/20/2022

4630 EARL LN

FRAZIER BANNON EA

GUZMAN RAUL EU

$850,000

7/19/2022

SUMMERLAND

2250 VARLEY ST

VANNIER LINDA EA

KISHINEVSKY ALEX EA

$810,000

7/22/2022

SANTA YNEZ

1370 DEER TRAIL LN

BOYD JOHN EA

LESLIE DUSTIN EU

$1,795,000

7/20/2022

UNICORP

E STOWELL RD

CBC PARTNERS

SANTA MARIA SOUTH BRADLEY LLC $425,000

7/22/2022

1498 AARHUS DR C

BLOKDYK ROBERT EA

ELAM MARILYN EA

$449,000

7/22/2022

1187 LINCOLN ST

HAVEN CARTER

ANASTASIA HEATHER EA

$455,000

7/20/2022

3379 VIA CORTEZ

SMITH SAMUEL EU

ALACOCER ALEXANDER EA

$460,000

7/22/2022

214 N PALISADE DR

EWING LAREE EA

D&D INVESTMENTS LLC

$480,000

7/22/2022

409 COLEMAN DR

HUDSON MICHAEL EA

GADDIS RISA EU

$525,000

7/18/2022

2214 S CORDOBAN LN

BROWN MICHAEL EU

HERRERA CHANTAL

$550,000

7/22/2022

4192 POLARIS AVE

HOPKINS JESSE EA

BALOGUN VICTORIA EU

$625,000

7/18/2022

927 E SLOAN TERR

DIANI JAMES EA

CARRIGAN THOMAS EU

$630,500

7/19/2022

2780 ARBORVIEW LN

JOHNSON WILLIAM

RIESLING SAMUEL

$650,000

7/22/2022

1 CHAMISO DR

STENGER CECILIA EA

PERRY JOAN

$775,000

7/19/2022

2190 CRYSTAL DR

J&J ACQUISITION PARTNERS

BEIN ALEX EU

$775,000

7/22/2022

810 ONSTOTT RD

HUDSON DOLORES

SLATER MICHAEL EU

$830,000

7/18/2022

586 FOURTH PL

GAREY LINDA

MORIARTY KERRY

$865,000

7/22/2022

1528 OAK BLUFFS DR

ORNELAS DAVID EU

LYTIKAINEN ROY EU

$975,000

7/20/2022

SANTA MARIA

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GO WITH GOLDBERG Over $950,000,000 in Career Sales Top 10 Agents in Santa Barbara since 2000* Real Estate Broker for 27 years Attorney for 30 years (non-practicing)

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4520 Via Esperanza, Santa Barbara NEW LISTING IN HOPE RANCH

OPEN TODAY 1-4 PM Enjoy the privacy and beauty of a Mediterranean gated enclave in the exclusive community of Hope Ranch. Located on a 2.5 acre parcel, this spectacular home boasts an abundance of natural light, vaulted beam ceilings and an expansive floorplan that opens up to a beautiful outdoor pool area that is perfect for family fun or entertaining. The kitchen features a Wolf stove, custom cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. The primary suite is expansive and has a beautiful sitting area included with a dual fireplace. The primary bathroom features a freestanding tub, dual-head walk-in shower, luxurious tile work throughout, double vanities and enormous walk-in closet with built-in storage drawers. Enjoy a truly extraordinary home on one of the most coveted locations in Hope Ranch. Nestled in the hills and filled with peace and tranquility, this one-of-a-kind property offers close access to the community's exclusive gated beach, miles of bridle trails, La Cumbre Country Club and excellent State Street shopping and dining.

$9,250,000

*Based on Individual Rankings from Santa Barbara Assocation of Realtors/MLS

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To view this weekend’s Open Home Guide and all other Real Estate for sale or rent go to: newspress.com – click on Special Editions, House & Home

Carpinteria

east side Upper

1-4 $925,000 4527 Carpinteria Ave #D 2/2.5 Impressive 2bed, 2.5ba condo in Carp with vaulted ceilings, walk-in closets, modernized interior, cozy fireplace, natural sunlight through-out and enclosed patio. Amenities include pool & spa.

1-4 $5,000,000 2310 Santa Barbara St. 4/4 Beautifully renovated Colonial style home on .34 of an acre. Entertainment heaven w/lovely gardens/ private outdoor spaces. Incl adjacent parcel!

Coastal Properties Gary Goldberg

Village Properties Ed Edick

805-455-3876

#01172139

Carpinteria

#00520230

Goleta north

12-3 $1,095,000 1364 Cramer Circle 4/3 Enjoy living near the beach at this beautiful home in the seaside town of Carpinteria. The 4-bed | 3-bath home offers 1783 SF of flexible living space.

10-1 $1,495,000 6430 Caroldale Ln 5/3 Enjoy the best of indoor-outdoor living at this desirable Goleta home. The 5-bed | 3-bath home offers 2200 SF of well-maintained living space & a .18-acre lot.

Zia Group | eXp Realty California Daniel Zia 805-364-9009

Zia Group | eXp Realty California Alan Siebenaler 805-331-1776

#01710544

Carpinteria 1-4 $1,195,000 1112 Linden Ave. 3/2 A light and bright, newly renovated, single level 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom condo located in the downtown Linden corridor.

6251 Newcastle Ave Bring your contractors

Village Properties Justin Corrado

Coastal Properties Berni Bernstein

805-451-9969

#01405400

Goleta north

#01356799

Carpinteria

3/2

805-705-4867

12-2

$979,000

#00870443

Goleta north

1-4 $1,095,000 1114 Linden Ave. 1/1 A rare opportunity to own a newly renovated condo just blocks away from the ‘’world’s safest beach’’ and located in the downtown Linden corridor.

1-4 $925,000 5325 Traci Drive 3/2 Spacious townhouse condo in Sunrise Village. Bed and Bath on both levels. Vaulted ceilings, 2 patios, 1 car garage. Pool, tennis Ct, play area, BBQ & tables, large lawn.

Village Properties Jena Harris

Coldwell Banker Realty Mark Hudson 805-698-3098

805-331-3683

#01930435

Carpinteria

#02092155

Goleta north

1-4 $949,000 1116 Linden Ave. 1/1.5 A rare opportunity to own a newly renovated condo just blocks away from the ‘’world’s safest beach’’ and located in the downtown Linden corridor.

2-4 $3,350,000 4463 Shadow Hills Blvd N 5/4.5 Elegant Shadow Hills home where you can enjoy carefree living in a peaceful, quiet setting yet minutes to downtown Santa Barbara.

Village Properties Jena Harris

Village Properties Spencer Cole

805-331-3683

#01930435

805-689-6673

#02115510

Goleta soUth

Carpinteria 1-4 $1,095,000 1118 Linden Ave. 2/2 Mountain views from this newly renovated 2bedroom, 2 bath, second floor condo located in the downtown Linden corridor.

1-4 $549,000 45 Dearborn Pl. #44 1/1 Lowest priced condo in town. Smooth ceilings and dual pane windows. New paint and flooring. Close to UCSB, Old Town Goleta and Business Parks.

Village Properties Pranav Shastri

Village Properties Jane Runyen

805-729-7993

#02152010

Carpinteria

805-689-5564

#00768348

Goleta soUth

2-4 $1,895,000 565 Arbol Verde St 4/2 Grab your surf board, beach chair and eBike and head on over to this rarely available, turn-key coastal cottage nestled in the sought-after Concha Loma neighborhood of Carpinteria. 565arbolverde.com

12-2 $925,000 120 El Sueno Rd 3/2.5 You won’t want to miss this highly desirable 3BD/ 2.5BA townhome ideally situated right between all that Santa Barbara and Goleta have to offer.

Village Properties Gabe Grandcolas

Village Properties Simone Eurich

805-450-4723

#02136492

east side - Upper

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805-689-1153

805-455-7992

#02105209

hope ranCh

11-5 $2,795,000 626 E Micheltorena St 4/3 Enjoy the best of the vacation lifestyle & ocean views at this timeless Craftsman home in the historic Upper Eastside neighborhood of Santa Barbara.

1-4 $9,250,000 4520 Via Esperanza 5/3.5 SPECTACULAR, very private Estate on 2.5 acres in Hope Ranch. 5 bds/3.5ba, vaulted beam ceilings and expansive floor plan, gorgeous pool, mature landscaping, extraordinary kitchen, luxury tile & expansive closets and storage. Paradise awaits!

Zia Group | eXp Realty California Todd Shea / Kimberly Rockwell 805-453-7730/805-698-8848 # 02028163/01482947

Coastal Properties Gary Goldberg

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Hope RancH

SummeRLand

1-3 $21,500,000 4347 Marina Drive 6/7.5 Contemporary and luxurious ocean-view compound originally designed by notable architect Wallace Neff and landscape architect Thomas Church.

1-4 $13,750,000 11 Hunt Dr 3/4 Views!!! 3BD, 4BA, 4,157 SF home on resort-like 5 acre lot. Breathtaking patio & pool! Room for 10 horses! 11huntdrive.com - Access via Summerland - Greenwell to Asegra, left on Hunt Dr., no access from Ortega Ridge.

Berkshire Hathway HomeServices Nigel Copley 805-455-4419

David Goldberg - Independent Realtor David Goldberg 818-966-1227

#01913304

Hidden vaLLey

#02009905

tuRnpike/patteRSon

2-4 $1,075,000 3875 Cinco Amigos 3/2 Spacious Mediterranean 3 BD/2 BA updated townhome with 2-car attached garage in a serene setting alongside greenbelt & seasonal creek.

1-4 $825,000 5004 Birchwood Rd. 2/2 Mountain views, 2 patios, greenbelt, pool, carport +1, dual pane windows, smooth ceilings, updated, storage, W/D.

Village Properties Susan Manzo

Village Properties Lynda Bohnett

805-895-6918

#00932254

805-637-6407

#01268751

weSt Side

Lompoc 12-2 $659,000 241 Barrington Place 4/3 Welcome to the 3bd/2ba home that has been completely remodeled. Attached to this home is also a 1bd permitted ADU, offering you an opportunity to house extended family with privacy or tap into income potential.

1-3 $1,200,000 1784 Calle Poniente 4/1 Charming 4 bed + 1 bath home with over 1,300 sq ft! Tucked behind Elings Park on a quiet Westside street. Laundry room, fireplace, & 1 car garage.

Big Block Realty Ursula Santana

Village Properties Kim Crawford

805-455-9025

#01965452

montecito - LoweR viLLage

#00968247

Today’s

montecito - LoweR viLLage 1209 Cima Linda Lane 2/2.5 1:30-4 $7,395,000 Designed and re-envisioned by noted local Architect Don Nulty and showcasing a stunning, bright, and spacious ambiance. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices J.J. Gobell 805-403-5785

#02063124

montecito - uppeR viLLage 1-4 $3,600,000 860 Ladera Lane 3/3 ANOTHER PRICE REDUCTION! Move-in ready! Gorgeous 4000 sq ft Mediterranean home with 2 oversized primary suites up- stairs, plus ground floor bedroom and full bath, 4 fireplaces, ELEVATOR, 2-car garage, and lush landscaping. Coastal Properties Gary Goldberg

805-455-8910

#01440068

OPEN HOME Directory

1-3 $7,975,000 207 Eucalyptus Hill Drive 5/4.5 Mediterranean residence exquisitely designed with a beautiful Spanish-style courtyard, luscious romantic gardens, and open floor plan. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Cristal Clarke 805-886-9378

805-886-8132

#01172139

To view this weekend’s Open Home Guide and all other Real Estate for sale or rent go to: newspress.com – Got to Real Estate

EAST OF STATE

2444 Santa Barbara St. 4/3 1-3 $1,999,000 Fabulous location close to SB Mission. Redone modern home w/ pool perfect for entertaining! http://www.bhhscalifornia.com/19-3346 Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties Katya Sheets 805-766-4235 # 01818061

To place your Open Home in our EAST SIDE - LOWER Directory we have an easy-to-use form can be found here: https://forms.gle/mgUcQNbC4WTk5mai8 1230 Carpinteria St. 12-2 $944,900 3/2 Single Level. Fenced yards, cathedral ceilings, gas fireplace and dual-pane windows throughout. Master Bedroom has walk-in closet and slider doors leading to the secure backyard.

Keller Williams Parker Shaw

805-452-6736

#1740891

To obtain this link, please e-mail: EAST SIDE - UPPER

openhomes@newspress.com 610 East Pedregosa St. 4/4 1-3 $1,799,000 French Country Cottage combines the stylish living of this historic area with the beauty of the Santa Barbara outdoors.

We will send you the link.

RivieRa 12-2 $2,145,000 916 Roble Ln 3/4 Don’t miss this tremendous opportunity on the Riviera! This 3-bed | 2.5-bath home offers stunning views in a premiere location. Zia Group | eXp Realty California Phillip Savas 805-708-9242

# 02113928

San Roque 2-4 $1,350,000 2737 Miradero Drive 3/2 Single Story, 1639 sq ft. Numerous french doors open to front and back patios. Solid core doors, crown molding, surprising large. CA Nicole Dinkelacker

805-570-8444

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Sotheby’s International Realty Mia Teetsel 805-202-9118 1011 Rinconada Rd # G 3/2.5 1-3 $1,516,000 Stunning Medt. Townhome, Spacious 2457sqft mtn. views, huge private patio & yard, 2 car attch garage. Keller Williams Montecito Janice Laney 805-705-6474

#1794041

As a reminder, all OHD ads are due by 5p.m. on Wednesdays for the following Saturday and Sunday publications. We look forward to working with you and continuing to improve our relationship. SUNDAY, JULY 31, 2022

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Ask Angi:

What should I ask driveway installers?

Rebar plays a crucial role in the installation of concrete driveways.

Photo courtesy Tony Savino/Dreamstime/TNS

By Paul F. P. Pogue A new driveway is a fantastic way to spruce up your exterior and add more useful space for your vehicles. But not all driveways are created equal, so you want your installer to do the best job possible. Concrete and asphalt driveways bring different pros and cons, so make sure your contractor explains what’s best for you. Ask the following questions when vetting contractors to improve your chances for a perfect driveway:

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How much base material will be installed beneath the driveway? Most asphalt driveways require at least two base coats, plus a topcoat and sealant. When installing a new driveway, you usually need a gravel base of at least a couple of inches to support the asphalt.

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Do you have enough staffing for the job? Asphalt cools quickly after being poured, so time is of the essence. A larger crew works more quickly, and if the crew leader doesn’t apply enough work hours to installation, the driveway won’t last as long.

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What drainage plan will you use? Anticipating any potential drainage issues is critical to sound driveway installation. Drainage problems are frequently caused by the pavement preventing water from entering the ground. One solution is to install a drive-

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way material that allows water to pass through it, such as some types of concrete or recycled glass. Placement is also crucial; driveways should be installed in an area with good drainage and slopes away from the house.

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How will the driveway be reinforced? Rebar is an essential component of concrete driveways. Asphalt relies on a certain amount of material flexibility to give it strength, so rebar isn’t required, but a concrete driveway needs to have a rebar mesh installed to support it. Rebar is available in a variety of strengths. Grade 40 is ideal for most residential uses, although contractors may recommend higher grade rebar for specific purposes. Rebar is particularly important because cracks are inevitable in concrete driveways. Keeping the concrete together after it cracks, so it doesn’t separate or shift vertically, is crucial. Fortunately, rebar or steel can help.

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How will you seal the driveway? When it comes to asphalt sealants and crack filler, there is a significant difference. Extra additives can make

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sealants stronger and last longer. Homeowners often just look at the price of an estimate and think sealer is sealer. That’s not the case. Sealer is a concentrate mixed with water, and a contractor can easily cut corners by adding more water to the concentrate. You’ll want to reseal occasionally, but don’t overdo it. Your driveway doesn’t need to be resealed yearly; once every two to three years is all it needs. And don’t go overboard with the sealant, either. Experts suggest making only one coat unless the sealer is being applied for the very first time. When two coats are applied to an existing driveway, it can cause the sealant to peel. A few more details to guide your driveway installation Get everything in writing: the batch, the mix and the intended depth of the asphalt and base. Don’t feel intimidated by the prospect of taking a ruler to the ground to check the depth for yourself. Subpar contractors might short you on asphalt, but reputable contractors won’t object to your double-checking their work. ©2022 Ask Angi. Visit at angi.com. Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.

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