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Three-Ninety-Six Woodley Road in Montecito
Sits High on Pepper Hill
Safe from the Evacuation Zone
The red area at the upper right of the map shows the outer edge of the evacuation zone. 396 Woodley is located inside the red circle at about 380 feet above sea level far above the mandatory evacuation zone. Close to both Sycamore Canyon Rd and Alston Rd.
This unusual home draws on the legacy of the late modern architecture of Neutra, Eames, and Mies van der Rohe. Set into the hillside, the innovative design by Warner Group Architects optimizes the potential of the site, taking in the expansive views of the Santa Ynez mountain range. Featuring clean lines with walls of glass, steel beams, and high ceilings, allowing the structure to speak for itself and take center stage.
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The open living space with 12 foot ceilings, is open and uncluttered allowing an abundance of natural light in. Sliding pocket glass walls disappear neatly when open taking full advantage of indoor-outdoor living. The patios are strategically placed around the home, with a 15-foot stacked flagstone wall fountain being the focal point just outside the dining area.
Open the front door and step inside. The grand sense of scale sets the tone for the rest of the home. Daylight filters through the etched glass and steel beam ceiling, welcoming you with warmth, and curiosity of what is to come.
The main level living area consists of the living-dining room, kitchen, entertainment room and powder room. The kitchen is fully equipped with dual ovens, built-in Miele coffee maker, and pantry/wine storage. The oversize island offers plenty of prep space, with cabinets imported from Verona and black veined Carrera marble counters. The kitchen also opens to the dining and outside patio for ease of entertaining. Exterior landscaping includes Italian Cypress and lemon trees, accented by fragrant rosemary.
Offered at $5,975,000
The expansive open concept living-dining room is the centerpiece with floor to ceiling windows, fireplace, and a wall of glass doors opening onto the side patio. The Ingo Maurer Flying Flame LED chandelier that hangs just above the dining table adds a bit of whimsy. The dining area opens to the stacked flagstone wall fountain and back patio through a set of French doors.
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Rounding off the main level is the entertainment room, perfect for a football afternoon, or relaxing music listening enjoyment. Floor to ceiling windows allow you to enjoy the mountain views.