A Montecito Modern by famed architect Jack Lionel Warner with a 21st century renovation by Maienza-Wilson. Warm and comfortable by day, glowing like a jewel box by night, this sophisticated art-filled home was originally built in 1989 and remodeled in 2006.
The entry door opens onto a streamlined hall rich with Chinese black marble floors illuminated by skylights. Mirrored recesses house stone shelves, ideal for art display. Eighteen skylights maximize sun and moonlight. Every room has doors or windows of sliding glass that disappear into thick walls and open onto graceful garden views or the exterior loggia/living area with outdoor fireplace.
Artistically composed and colored, built with entertaining in mind, the house has refined details and exquisite materials throughout. A wonderfully designed “chefs” kitchen opens to an elegant dining room. The stunning living room, beautiful master suite and media/guest room, make this the perfect Montecito home, just a short distance to shops, restaurants, and the beach. The property also includes a separate gracious guest quarters, an office, private bath and kitchenette.
Every aspect of this home connects indoor and outdoor spaces, and makes entertaining a delight. From an intimate space, to hosting a formal gathering, this home is a most sophisticated backdrop. A blueprint for stylish living, this home was featured in Architectural Digest in 2002.