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Home of the Day: A restored Craftsman in Santa Barbara's Upper East

Home of the Day: A restored Craftsman in Santa Barbara's Upper East
The restored 1920sin Santa Barbara is listed for sale at $1.195 million. (Tom Ploch)
This blue-hued Craftsman bungalow sits among a number of historic homes in Santa Barbara’s Upper East neighborhood. Recently restored, the 1920s home is distinguished by its hipped roof, shingle-shed dormer and a wide front porch flanked by a row pedestals.
Location: 1727 Loma St., Santa Barbara, 93103
Asking price: $1.195 million
Year built: 1922
House size: 1,035 square feet, two bedrooms one bathroom
Lot size: 4,792 square feet
Features: Hardwood floors; crown molding; living room with brick fireplace; dining room; vintage-style kitchen; office/library with custom bookshelves; ocean-view deck
About the area: In November, 7 single-family homes sold in the 93103 ZIP Code at a median price of $1.695 million, according to Corelogic. That was a 184.9% increase in price compared to the previous year.
Agents: Jennifer Berger, Sotheby’s International Realty, (805) 451-5484

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