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This apartment is behind a 4-unit complex, isolated from the hustle and bustle of the street. It is located in a relatively quiet location in downtown Santa Barbara, with fine dining and shopping. A few blocks to Alameda Park with a public library, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, a playground and a small botanical garden.

The University of California, Santa Barbara is about a 15-minute drive away. Driving to Montecito takes about 10 minutes.

size: 1,859 square feet

Price per square foot: $ 1,157

indoor: There are two entrances to this unit. A private elevator from the front entrance leading to the entrance and a safe parking lot leading to the corridor on the first floor.

To the right of the front door is an open living room with hardwood floors, a fireplace with a curved hearth, and a double door that opens to the balcony, one of the two in the unit.

The living room faces the kitchen and there is space for a dining table between the two spaces. The kitchen has dark wood cabinets, a bright green central island, a viking stove, a dishwasher, and stainless steel appliances such as a double-sided refrigerator.

The one-bedroom suite is on this floor, outside the kitchen. The bedroom is sunny and has wrought iron lamps. The bathroom has a walk-in shower and a vanity illuminated by two sconces.

The entire second level acts as the primary suite. The bedroom has another curved fireplace, an office corner, a walk-in closet with built-in shelves, and a private balcony. The bathroom has a double bathroom and a shower with glass doors.

Outdoor space: The balcony outside the living room on the ground floor of the unit offers views of palm trees, two chairs and a cafe table. The balcony outside the primary suite is a bit large, with views of the surrounding rooftops and distant mountains, and a fire table and chairs. The unit has two parking lots. Additional storage space is also available.

tax: $ 26,880 (estimated) and $ 525 monthly homeowner association fees

contact: Joe Parker, Santa Barbara Group, Berkshire Hathaway Home Service, 805-886-5735; thesantabarbaragroup.com

Located in a quiet neighborhood about 15 minutes from downtown San Francisco, Miraroma Park is home to many homes dating from the 1920s to the 1930s. The house is unique in that it was custom built for the original owner, but most of its neighbors were built by local developers.

The main drug, Portola Drive, is a few blocks away, with a CVS drugstore, Starbucks, and a family-owned organic market. The house is also close to Glen Canyon Park, an approximately 70-acre park with deep canyons where hiking trails intersect, and Mount Davidson, where the trails lead to the city’s highest peak.

size: 2,015 square feet

Price per square foot: $ 1,092

indoor: A short road from the sidewalk to the front door passes through a garden landscaped with succulents and rose bushes.

To the right of the entrance is a living room with a white brick fireplace and a corner window facing the street. Over there is a dining room with parquet floors and high windows that fill the space with natural light. Outside the dining room is a refurbished kitchen with white cabinets, gray counters, stainless appliances and a breakfast corner with built-in benches.

On the left side of the foyer is the stairs leading to the second floor. At the top of the stairs, the main suite has a bedroom with large windows facing the street and a bathroom recently refurbished with marble tiles that combine walls, floors, bathtubs and showers. Next door there is a room large enough to hold a queen size bed. A four-leaf tiled bathroom connects to another room.

More stairs lead to the loft on the 3rd floor and can be used as a 4th bedroom or family room. This space has windows overlooking the adjacent rooftop and a wall-mounted TV space.

Outdoor space: There is a path leading from the front yard to the outdoor dining terrace, protected by mature greenery. Behind the house is a small lawn, deck and gravel terrace. The four-car garage is large enough to be reconstructed as an additional living space or guesthouse.

tax: $ 27,504 (estimated)

contact: Deborah Lopez, Compass, 415-533-5502; compass.com

San Juan Capistrano in southern Orange County is loved for its easy access to the famous landscapes of Southern California. Dana Point’s coastline is about 20 minutes west, and Ronald W. Caspers Wilderness Park is a vast reserve with camping facilities. The hiking trails are about the same distance to the east.

The house is about a 10-minute drive from downtown San Juan Capistrano and the historic mission San Juan Capistrano. The Amtrak train station connects the city with San Diego and Los Angeles by train. It takes about 90 minutes by car to both cities.

size: 3,000 square feet

Price per square foot: $ 717

indoor: This house is located in the dead end of the gated community. A white picket fence surrounds the garden near the front door, and the double front door leads to a front door with curved stairs.

On the right is the living room with high ceilings and bay windows facing the front yard. Over there is a dining room with crystal chandeliers and glass doors facing the patio.

Next to the dining room is a bright kitchen with stainless steel appliances, including a wolf range, a marble countertop breakfast bar, and a central island in the butcher block. There is space for a breakfast table in front of the bay window overlooking the backyard.

The primary suite is on the 2nd floor. The bedroom has a fireplace and there is plenty of space for a king size bed. The private bathroom has a steam shower, a separate bathtub and a crystal chandelier. The other two bedrooms at this level share a full bathroom.

Another guest suite is located on the ground floor, on the outskirts of the corridor leading from the foyer. The bedroom, which is large enough to comfortably store a queen-size bed, is connected to the full bathroom.

There is also a laundry room on the ground floor with octagonal windows and light green cabinets.

Outdoor space: The pergola-covered patio outside the kitchen is illuminated with hanging rattan fixtures. Around the corner is a garden with a stone fountain through a wooden arch. There is a path leading from the rear patio to a second outdoor dining space with a built-in bar and grill. There are 3 cars in the attached garage.

tax: $ 26,880 (estimated) and $ 210 / month Homeowner Association Fee

contact: Paul Brutoco and Bryan Gerlach, Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty, 949-929-6670; sothebysrealty.com

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