At the intersection of impeccable craftsmanship, architectural artistry, and storied Santa Barbara history, you’ll find The Knoll, a historic hilltop development that boast 360 ̇ views of mountains, islands, and sea. A magnificent 1936 Edwards and Plunkett Manor House sits at the heart of the five-acre hilltop village, surrounded by an enclave of the twelve new Spanish Colonial Revival style residences. The result is unparalleled – a unique merger of antiquity and modern craftsmanship. A place where tradition and artistry meet in perfect harmony.
The Knoll’s natural topography creates a close-knit community enclave. Dotted in rustic olive trees, traditional red tile roofs give way to expansive interiors softened with sweeping archways and airy vaulted ceilings. Designed to deliver equal parts architectural elegance and effortless functionality, homes showcase spectacular finishes and top-of-the-line appliances. Estates offer the luxury of single-level living, with garage, master bedroom, and most common rooms on the main entry level with additional bedrooms situated downstairs. Select residences offer the option of an attached casita with exterior entrance that doubles as a home office, in-law suite, or studio.
Beyond the olive tree lined enclave of The Knoll lies a myriad of neighborhood amenities. Residences are in close proximity to coffee houses, boutiques, athletic clubs, and high-end grocers. For the outdoor adventurer, idyllic beaches, pet-friendly parks, and kid-approved playgrounds are minutes away. For the schoolyard set, The Knoll is nearby a handful of prominent schools including Kellogg, Goleta Valley Junior High, and Dos Pueblos High School.
// First Broker's Caravan Friday, July 22nd
// First Public Open Houses Saturday, July 23rd & Sunday, July 24th