Santa Barbara Homes | Mesa Area Real Estate Market Update | February 2012

For prospective Santa Barbara home buyers looking for Santa Barbara homes to meet their needs, here is the current Mesa area real estate market update for February, 2012. If you have any questions about these or other Santa Barbara listings, please contact Daniel Zia by phone at (805) 637-7148, or by email: daniel@theziagroup.com

Closed Mesa homes: There has been one home sold on the Mesa since the beginning of the new year.  The updated contemporary craftsman on Westwood Drive came on the market on January 11th at $859,000 and sold only 12 days later for $850,000–a testament to the desirability of Santa Barbara homes on the Mesa.  The house sits on just over a quarter of an acre and features many new and updated features, both functional and cosmetic.

Search all current Mesa area listings with our free MLS search tool on our Santa Barbara website.

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Currently Active Santa Barbara homes on the Mesa:  There are currently 15 active listings for Santa Barbara homes on the Mesa, ranging in price from $679,000 to $3,295,000.  One of these Santa Barbara homes that has recently come on the market is at 1585 Vista De La Oceana Drive.  It is currently priced at $2,895,000 and has exquisite ocean and island views.  Features include an infinity edge pool, a gourmet kitchen, an open floor plan and many fine finishes and fixtures throughout.

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Another of the incredible Santa Barbara homes currently for sale on the Mesa is this two-story craftsman home at 352 Oliver Drive.  With wide-plank flooring, a pecan hardwood staircase and oak post and picket bannister, maple built-in cabinets and wood and aluminum craftsman style casement windows, the home has beautiful woodwork throughout that really sets it apart from other Santa Barbara homes.  The charm of this craftsman exists in details such as a claw-foot tub as well as a glass and tile shower in the master bathroom and a peaceful slate tile patio.

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Do you have specific questions about any Santa Barbara homes on the Santa Barbara Mesa? 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 a specific Mesa Santa Barbara Real Estate and other Santa Barbara properties 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 Mesa draws home buyers for multiple reasons, including ocean access, Shoreline Park, and the best weather patterns in all of Santa Barbara. The Mesa is split between relatively flat and hillside parcels, with many hillside homes on a gradual grade that provides stunning ocean views. All Mesa homeowners have immediate access to Shoreline Park, an approximately 15-acre bluff sitting above the Pacific Ocean. Finally, records show that winter temperatures are 10 to 12 degrees warmer than downtown Santa Barbara, and 10 to 12 degrees cooler in the summer.

The Mesa has seen plenty of activity over the past 12 months, with multiple Mesa REOs (featured on the Santa Barbara Real Estate Blog) coming onto the market at below-market prices.

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Santa Barbara Homes | Mesa Area Real Estate Market Update | February 2012

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