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Approximately 4 acres of site Putting green We are demanding $ 22.5 million in Santa Barbara County, California.
The house overlooking the Santa Ynez Mountains Montecito townAccording to Berkshire Hathaway Home Services California Properties list agent Marsha Kotlyar. The sellers are William Hines, co-founder of Louisiana-based oil company Ridgelake Energy, and his wife, Donna Hines. According to public records, Hines, who live primarily in New Orleans, purchased the property as a villa for $ 7 million in 2012.
The Montecito Estate has a neoclassical main building.
The house offers views of the Santa Ynez Mountains.
A music pavilion in the early 1900s was integrated into the house.
According to Kotlyar, the property has an approximately 8,000-square-foot neoclassical main building built in the 1950s. She said the house was built on the grounds of a pavilion in the early 1900s, which was used for music performances. She said the pavilion was integrated into the design of the house and now has a large game room and two bedrooms.
In addition to the putting green, there is a pool, bocce court, croquet court, tennis court and one-bedroom guesthouse on site.
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Hines said he was attracted to this estate tree, which dates back about 200 years. “We went by car, and there are two motor courts, and I was out of breath when we hit the second motor court,” she said. “I couldn’t believe the tree, eucalyptus.”
After purchasing the property, the Heine made some changes and upgrades, Kotrier said. They refurbished the guesthouse and added a bocce court, a croquet court and a putting green. They also expanded the garden and planted orchards.
Hines said he is building a new home and winery elsewhere in Santa Barbara County and is selling it.
According to Realtor.com, the median listing price for Montecito in June was $ 6 million, unchanged from June 2021. (((News Corp, Parent of The Wall Street Journal and runs Realtor.com. )
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