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1920 Spanish Revival mansion in Santa Barbara has parking for 50 cars

 1920 Spanish Revival mansion in Santa Barbara has parking for 50 cars
The estate at 801 Alston Road, Santa Barbara, is listed at $19.6 million. (Jackie Goodman)

The eight-acre Graholm Estate in Santa Barbara centers on a Spanish Revival mansion completed in 1920 for David Gray, whose family was one of the original shareholders in Ford Motor Co. The updated and restored main house, a contemporary guesthouse, parking for 50 vehicles and a swimming pool grace the sprawling ocean-view grounds.

Location: 801 Alston Road, Santa Barbara 93108

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Asking price: $19.6 million

Year designed: 1919

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Architect: Roland Sauter

Main house size: Eight bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, about 16,000 square feet

Guesthouse size: Three bedrooms, three bathrooms, 2,100 square feet

Lot size: 7.93 acres

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Features: Batchelder-tiled rooms, seven fireplaces, center island kitchen with 25-foot vaulted ceilings, two 4,000-bottle wine cellars, bar, billiard room, gym, enclosed glass porch, terraces, fountains, mature eucalyptus and redwood trees

About the area: Last year, 210 single-family homes sold in the 93108 ZIP Code at a median price of $2.531 million, according to CoreLogic. That was a 10.1% price increase from 2013.

Agent: Paul Czako, Gussman Czako Associates, (310) 995-1963

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