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Home of the Day: A refined estate in Montecito's Hedgerow District

Home of the Day: A refined estate in Montecito's Hedgerow District
A formal rose garden is among outdoor features at this Spanish Colonial Revival-style estate in Montecito's Hedgerow area. (Jim Bartsch & David Palermo)
Set on about two acres in the Hedgerow District, an area known for its historic homes and hedged yards, this Spanish Colonial Revival-style residence invites outdoor entertaining with tree-topped courtyards, rolling lawns, a clay tennis court and a saltwater pool and spa. Set off to one side of the 1920s home, a formal rose garden edged in a pie-shaped pattern lends an air of elegance to the estate.
Address: 1530 Mimosa Lane, Montecito, 93108
Price: $7.75 million
Year built: 1924
House size: 6,816 square feet, six bedrooms, six bathrooms
Lot size: 1.85 acres
Features: Wood floors, beamed ceilings, French doors, skylights, formal living and dining rooms, five fireplaces, guesthouse, saltwater pool and spa, cabana, clay tennis court, formal gardens, rose gardens
About the area: The median sale price for single-family homes in the 93108 ZIP Code in July was $1.925 million based on 16 sales, according to CoreLogic. That was a 33.4% decrease in median price compared with the previous year.
Agent: Marsha Kotlyar, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California

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