Houses For Sale Santa Barbara | Riviera Market Update
For prospective Santa Barbara home buyers looking to call the Santa Barbara Riviera home, here is a summary and link to the current houses for sale Santa Barbara activity for the neighborhoods on the Riviera:
Santa Barbara Riviera Sold Homes: Sold during the month of May were two unique and absolutely stunning houses for sale Santa Barbara sold with breathtaking views ranging between $785,000 and $1,925,000. To enjoy a meal overlooking Santa Barbara from the beautiful of the Riviera, whether indoors or outdoors, is truly a treasure.
Houses for Sale Santa Barbara Riviera: At the time of this post, there are ten Riviera houses for sale Santa Barbara on the market and two homes currently pending. Starting at under 1 million dollars and going up to $7,995,000, the current houses for sale Santa Barbara on the Riviera Real Estate Market meet many and various the needs and desires of you as a home buyer. Whether you’re looking for a home to entertain your loved ones or a hideaway and place of inspiration, these Riviera houses for sale Santa Barbara may meet your needs and dreams.
Do you have specific questions about the Riviera real estate market and the houses for sale Santa Barbara? Contact Daniel Zia and the Zia Group team by email (Daniel@ZiaGroup.com), phone (805-637-7148), or on Facebook with your questions or to set up a viewing appointment. Our team can provide customized services, help you navigate the Santa Barbara MLS and set up a customized email-based home search for you to track the Riviera and other houses for sale Santa Barbara at your leisure. Thank you for visiting the Santa Barbara Real Estate blog and we look forward to serving you and your real estate needs.
The Santa Barbara Riviera is one of the most desirable Santa Barbara home locations for prospective home buyers and the top choice of our blog readers poll for the “top neighborhood” that locals wanted us to highlight with routine market updates. Homeowners on the Riviera experience the breathtaking views of the city and Pacific Ocean and residents can catch a stunning vistas of the water as they drive along APS (a locals abbreviation shortened from the street’s name Alameda Padre Serra), as well as mountain views north Foothill Road to Sycamore Canyon Road while driving through the backside of the Riviera. The majority of the Riviera is fairly steep, which provides the foundation for hundreds of mostly two and three-story custom homes tucked into the sloped landscape. While these homes command higher than average real estate prices, there have been some excellent values as of late.