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4066 Paseo Poco

$4,495,000

Contemporary Hacienda

Contemporary hacienda with old world detail. Crafted by Elliot and Pohls, this beautifully constructed residence occupies one of the most spectacular sites in the Santa Ynez valley. La Cordoniz offers the kind of inspiring environment that is so hard to find and feels like one accidentally discovered a secret garden at the end of a quiet drive. The hacienda design by architects Ketzel and Goodman has their signature attention to detail with an old-world courtyard, architectural beams and skylights, cathedral ceilings and 12-inch-thick walls. Textural materials are used throughout the house with cherokee slate and wide plank hardwood floors. A chef’s kitchen features elegant cherry wood cabinetry and a spacious granite-topped center island for meal preparation or buffet style entertaining. The high-end fixtures and appliances are augmented by a professional quality wine room. The common rooms are located between 3 bedrooms, in independent wings, to enhance a sense of personal space. All bedrooms have luxurious baths en-suite with access to personal courtyards and gardens. The main living areas open to the pool and patio to emphasize indoor/outdoor living. A custom outdoor kitchen, just off of the main kitchen, has a bucolic view of vineyards and coastal mountains beyond with a covered patio perfect for dining al fresco in the temperate climate of the Santa Ynez valley.

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YEAR BUILT
2011
STYLE
Spanish/Mediterranean
LOT SIZE UNIT
Acre(s)
LOT SIZE
5.01
PARKING
Garage
Interior
AMENITIES
Barn, Deck, Granite Countertops, Guest House, Pool, Gardens, Hardwood Flooring, Wine Cellar / Grotto, 3 Fireplaces
FULL BATHROOMS
3
PARTIAL BATHROOMS
1
BEDROOMS
3
Additional Features
FEATURES
Mountain Views, Winery
LAND USAGE
Vineyard

NEIGHBORHOOD

Santa Ynez

The Santa Ynez Valley is located about 30 minutes north of Santa Barbara, between the Santa Ynez and Rafael mountains. The Santa Ynez Valley is home to many world-renown vineyards.