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Polo Magazine April 2016

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SBNP Reuters Article 9.17.16

Rancho Dos Vistas Charms With Two Amazing Views

Great write up on Rancho Dos Vistas at Pursuitist!

The property spans 1,440 acres of ranch land in Santa Barbara County. There are over 40 miles of roads and tree canopied trails that lead to many special settings offering privacy and abundant natural beauty. Rancho Dos Vistas is governed by a conservation easement that allows only three home sites, and sets aside ninety percent of the land for wildlife habitat.

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Coastal properties in Connecticut, California vie for record prices

“Across the country in Southern California, three coastal properties in Santa Barbara County have been offered for sale this year for a combined price of nearly $200 million, allowing the ambitious buyer the chance to take the adjacent lands in a single purchase of more than 2,200 acres (890 hectares).”

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Dos Pueblos, Las Varas, and South Naples in Santa Barbara, California

“This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to reassemble the heart of the original 15,000 acre Rancho Los Dos Pueblos land grant and own nearly 4 miles of pristine Santa Barbara Coastline. A priceless opportunity more akin to art, than real estate.”

– Kerry Mormann
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THE $12 MILLION SANTA BARBARA MOUNTAIN RETREAT OF YOUR DREAMS

This stunning 2,500 square foot home sits on 1,440 acres of ranch land in Santa Barbara County and is dripping in all kinds of cool. With postcard-worthy views in nearly every direction and the most stylish of interiors, there’s no wonder this property is going for nearly $12 million dollars.

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Dream Homes Los Angeles

Where Santa Barbara Was Discovered

For the first time in 50 years, three adjoining properties in Santa Barbara, CA are for sale at the same time. All told, the three listings comprise nearly four miles of pristine oceanfront and more then 2,200 hundred acres, including the treasured, historic land where Santa Barbara was initially discovered by Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo in 1542.

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