2777 Padaro, Carpinteria CA 93013 | $80,000,000

  • 5 bedrooms
  • 10 bathrooms
  • 10,645 Sq Ft
  • 527511 Lot Sq Ft
  • Type: Single Family Residence
  • Stories: 2
  • Year Built: 2019
  • MLS#: 21786682
  • Community: CPTA - Carpinteria

Listing provided courtesy of Mauricio Umansky of The Agency. Last updated 2021-10-16 08:12:27.000000. Listing information © 2021 SANDICOR.

Bellevue, twelve exquisite, oceanfront acres within The Sanctuary at Loon Point, is a magnificent and utterly private enclave in Carpinteria, seven miles south of Santa Barbara. Located in one of the most private and desirable addresses on the Central California Coast, Padaro Lane, Bellevue provides the rare opportunity to own a highly secure family compound and significant oceanside acreage along this coveted stretch of coastline. Surrounded by scenic, pristine nature and sweeping ocean to mountain views, the Bellevue estate is comprised of three parcels that includes a 3.04 acre parcel featuring an existing 10,645 square foot five-bedroom oceanfront residence with a pool, cabana, rose garden and citrus grove. The adjacent landscaped 6.05 and 3.02 acre parcels feature blufftop and woodland walks, a private bluff-top beach, and a hillside walking path that provides direct access to the beach, all with magnificent, south-facing ocean views. Bellevue provides the opportunity to live in the existing residence while constructing homes or amenities, such as guest houses and horse stables, set amidst unobstructed ocean vistas and views of the Santa Ynez foothills. As part of The Sanctuary at Loon Point enclave, Bellevue enjoys access to a private, gated community road with a built-in security structure, gardens, and direct gated access to the Loon Point beach. The property offers front-row seats to the ebb and flow of the Santa Barbara tides, the coastal birds taking flight, the whales breaching offshore, and the magnificent sunsets over the Pacific Ocean.

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12.11 Acres
2 Stories

David Piper

Call or Text: 858-525-5007

DRE# 02021985