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Hauntingly Beautiful Estate Near Santa Barbara Reviving a Sense Of Awe

Luxury Home in Santa Barbara Hauntingly Beautiful Estate Near Santa Barbara Reviving a Sense Of Awe

This impressive Santa Barbara luxury home occupies a four acre piece of land in a gated community between the Pacific Ocean and the Santa Ynez mountains south of Los Angeles. Located in the vicinity of Santa Barbara, the home in the Cima del Mundo (“Top of the World”) community was imagined serving as dream home for anyone who appreciates both exclusive design and inspiring surroundings. Gathering ocean, mountain and harbor panoramic views from both indoors and spacious outdoor terrace, the luxurious home in Santa Barbara boasts six bedrooms, six bathrooms, media room, a stylish game room and a a guest suite to welcome everyone who will sooner or later use all the entertaining facilities. A four-car garage extends the invitation to friends and family.

Luxury Home in Santa Barbara 1 Hauntingly Beautiful Estate Near Santa Barbara Reviving a Sense Of Awe

With an impeccable outdoor appeal shaped like lawns and a pool side design fit for royalty, the this impressive home at 810 Cima Del Mundo is private and inspiring. Imagine swimming early in the morning, having breakfast on the terrace, followed by work in the elegant home office. How is that for a Monday morning plan?

The Mediterranean style estate was sold for $10,850,000 and the details showcased in photos by Jim Bartsch prove that it was worth every penny. Flooded with natural light through french doors and windows, overlooking impressive views and offering high quality in every detail, this luxury Santa Barbara home seems to have been made for entertaining and relaxing at home.

We’re on track to grow until 2019!

5 awesome facts impacting California’s housing future

Brena Swanson | Housing Wire | August 7, 2014 | link

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Next year is projected to be the best year yet for the economy since the start of the recovery, with California’s state economy lining up to do better than the nation. And this positive trend is expected to continue for the next two years, a new report from Beacon Economics said.

But HousingWire isn’t happy to stop with just that. Click the next page to see five awesome facts on the future of California’s housing.

First, here are the results of the Beacon report:

California’s economy will continue to steadily improve throughout the life of the state forecast in 2019. Employment growth is expected to settle in at 2.5% by 2016, and the state’s unemployment rate is forecast to drop below 6% by mid 2017 – about half of what it was at its peak in October 2010 (12.4%).

“Every metropolitan area in California has now returned to job growth,” says Jordan Levine, Beacon Economics’ director of economics. “Although the jobs and broader economic recovery has been more robust in some areas of the state than in others, the overall numbers are indicative of real, sustained improvement statewide.”

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