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Santa Barbara Homes | San Roque Area Real Estate Market Update | Jan 1 – Mar 1

For prospective Santa Barbara home buyers looking for Santa Barbara homes to meet their needs, here is the current Montecito real estate market update for January 1st through March 1st, 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 listings: Since the beginning of 2012, there has been one home sold in San Roque. Sold for $880,000, this home, which sits at 3775 Center Avenue, epitomizes what is desirable about Santa Barbara homes in the San Roque area. A three bedroom, two bathroom home, on a quiet street, with ample yard space and a two-car garage, located near schools, restaurants and shopping, this property demonstrates the great attributes of Santa Barbara homes.

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

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Active listings: Since January 1st, nine Santa Barbara homes have come onto the market in the San Roque area, ranging in price from $659,000 to $995,000. Listed at $784,500, our featured property for today is a three bedroom, two bathroom home in the center of San Roque, at 3224 Calle Mariposa. Built in 1950, this home shares some of the most common characteristics of mid-century Santa Barbara homes, such as built-in cabinets in the living room and kitchen, with a china hutch in the dining room, wood and tile floors, as well as tile walkways and planters spanning the back yard. Though some may wish to update the kitchen and baths, this home is nonetheless move-in ready, while retaining the charm many similarly aged Santa Barbara homes have lost. This property is situated on a corner lot of almost a quarter acre, with over 1,800 square feet in the home itself. It shares the proximity to schools, shops and restaurants that make all San Roque area Santa Barbara homes so appealing.

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

Santa Barbara Homes | Presented by Santa Barbara Realtors

Santa Barbara Homes | Presented by Santa Barbara Realtors

Santa Barbara Homes | Presented by Santa Barbara Realtors

Santa Barbara Homes | Presented by Santa Barbara Realtors

Santa Barbara Homes | Presented by Santa Barbara Realtors

Santa Barbara Homes | Presented by Santa Barbara Realtors

Do you have specific questions about any Santa Barbara listings in San Roque on the Santa Barbara real estate market? 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 San Roque area Santa Barbara homes another 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.

San Roque Santa Barbara consistently draws the most interest from Santa Barbara home buyers. Quality-built homes, family friendly streets, and convenient access to excellent shopping and dining make it an ideal location for many. Residents enjoy close proximity to downtown Santa Barbara (approximately 5 minutes) but without the noise, traffic, and parking issues.

Few residential neighborhoods of Santa Barbara can boast the rich historical background of the San Roque. Now a built-up, economically stabilized suburb, it is admired for its sweeping curved streets, its luxuriant landscaping, and its harmonious blend of many architectural themes (Spanish Colonial, English Tudor, French Normandy, California Redwood, Italianate and American Colonial), mostly built since 1925. Only half built up by 1940, the San Roque district filled in most of its home sites between 1955 and 1965. (San Roque History by Walker A. Tomkin)

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