Home of the Day: Majestic Mediterranean in Carpinteria

Home of the Day: Don Nulty-designed escape in Carpinteria for $8.25 million

This distinguished Mediterranean estate in Carpinteria retains a classical vibe from its honeycomb-coffered ceilings, Moorish fireplaces and rich hardwoods. Designed by Santa Barbara architect Don Nulty, a center courtyard sits in the heart of the home, flanked by rows of arched wrought iron doors on either side. An infinity-edge pool extends to the west, centering on panoramic views of the coastline.

Location: Casitas Pass Estate, Carpinteria, 93013

Asking price: $8.25 million

Year built: 2011

Architect: Don Nulty

House size: 10,800 square feet, seven bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms

Lot size: 12.52 acres

Features: Hardwood flooring, coffered and beamed ceilings, tile, wood-burning fireplaces, formal living room, dining room, chef’s kitchen, movie theater, office, infinity pool, spa, landscaping, two ponds, gated entrance

About the area: Last year, there were 82 single-family homes sold in the 93013 ZIP Code at a median price of $728,000, according to DataQuick. That was a 24.7% increase year-over-year.

Agent: Suzanne Perkins, (805) 895-2138, Sotheby’s International Realty

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