Dos Pueblos, Las Varas, and South Naples in Santa Barbara, California

Listed together for $197,850,000.




 

These adjoining properties are made up of nearly four miles of pristine oceanfront and more than 2,200 acres, including the historic land where Santa Barbara was initially discovered by Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo in 1542.

“This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to reassemble the heart of the original 15,000 acre Rancho Los Dos Pueblos land grant and own nearly 4 miles of pristine Santa Barbara Coastline. A priceless opportunity more akin to art, than real estate.” - Kerry Mormann 


Dos Pueblos

9751 El Camino Real, Santa Barbara, CA

Listed for: $50,000,000

Acreage: 214.00

One of the most important oceanfront ranches along the spectacular Southern California coast. This is where Santa Barbara was first discovered and was a favorite site of the Chumash Indians. This historical 214-acre ranch estate includes the stately 5BD/7BA Casa Grande mansion built in the 1920’s classic California Spanish style architecture. The incredible private, sandy beach area compound rivals most of the county and state beach parks. Multiple buildings on the property include 9 guest & employee residences, barns and other support structures. Also, a very unique abalone aquaculture operation is located on the property with a permitted recirculating water pipeline to the Pacific Ocean. Unrivaled beauty with unrivaled privacy.

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Las Varas Ranch

10045 Calle Real, Santa Barbara, CA

Listed for: $108,000,000

Acreage: 1800.00

1800 acre coastal gem of Santa Barbara, CA. With 2 miles of unspoiled oceanfront, and Edwards Point with its coveted surf break. Over 500 acres of pristine, gentle ranch land, with oak filled canyons. Las Varas Ranch stretches between the Pacific Ocean and Los Padres National Forest. An 18 acre surface lake overlooking the entire ranch with spectacular ocean and channel island views.

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South Naples

8000 Calle Real  - Santa Barbara, CA

Listed for: $39,850,000

Acreage: 200.00

The natural majesty of South Naples is one of the most newsworthy and controversial properties in Santa Barbara. The 200 acres of level ranch lies south of Hwy 101 and features nearly 1 mile of ocean frontage. The property contains over 30 legal lots, which presents an opportunity for a sale to a conservation buyer who would be interested in maintaining the property in a largely undeveloped state.

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 Contact: Jody Neal, Kerry Mormann & Associates,805-252-9267


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