1007 E MONTECITO ST, SANTA BARBARA, CA 93103

1007 E Montecito St
SANTA BARBARA, CA 93103

$749,000

Beds: 3
Baths: 2
Sq. Ft.: 1,288
Type: Single Family Home
Listing #16-2306
Outstanding opportunity awaits, close to shopping, schools, beach and parks. Spacious 3 bdrm 2 bath home with ample parking and room to grow. Fruit trees, including guava, avocado and banana.
Property Features
Location Information
County: Santa Barbara
MLS Area: 15 - SB/EAST OF STATE
Cross Street: Alisos
Neighborhood: 15 - Lower Eastside
Directions: From Milpas St, east on Montecito to property at 1007.
Exterior Features
Lot Size in Acres: 0
Lot Size in Sq. Ft.: 5, 227
Zoning: R-1
School
Elementary School: Franklin
Jr. High School: S.B. Jr.
High School: S.B. Sr.
Additional Information
Property Type: SFR
Property SubType: Home/Estate
Year Built: 1947
Status: Active


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Listing courtesy of Gold Star Realty
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SBAOR data last updated at April 25, 2017 7:19 PM PT
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