Minimalist Midcentury Bungalow in Montecito, Calif.

What does a private paradise look like in Santa Barbara County? At this magnificent property, it’s a humble-seeming home among the palm trees that opens up into 6,500 square feet of interior space, including nine bedrooms and a guest house, pristine white interiors with classic California style and wall-to-wall coastline views, impeccably-edited furnishings and a jaw-dropping two-sided fireplace, and an architectural deck that’s steps away from 110 feet of private coastline.

Photo By: Village Properties, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Village Properties, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Village Properties, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Village Properties, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Village Properties, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Village Properties, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Village Properties, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Village Properties, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Village Properties, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Village Properties, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Village Properties, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Village Properties, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Village Properties, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Village Properties, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Village Properties, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Village Properties, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Village Properties, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Village Properties, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Village Properties, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Village Properties, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Beach and White House Exterior

Hit the beach simply by going out the back door. The house has 110 feet of Montecito beach to call its own, and is located just down the sand from the Miramar Resort.
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Beach and House Overview

Just a short stroll away from the home's 110-foot stretch of beach is the luxe Rosewood Miramar resort, so you know the beachgoing is good.
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White Beach House Rear Exterior

A porch runs the entire back length of the house, partially open to the sky, partially shaded. And large windows and glass doors ensure that occupants never have to walk away from the view.
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Beachfront Back Porch at Sunset

A beach as a backyard? Heck yes! A series of sliding doors connects the interior to the long back porch. From there, steps lead straight down to the sand.
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Beachfront Deck and Pergola

The back porch has a slim, airy profile, thin railings and a pergola providing structure, while protecting the view.
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Beachfront Deck With Pergola

The deck has dimension, some parts sunken, some parts under a pergola and all with those incredible ocean vistas.
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Front Yard Overview and Beach

The house's L-shaped design wraps around the front yard, a patch of green, with pretty tropical plants.
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Front Yard and Entrance

The residence is ready for a quiet getaway or a beach party. It has nine bedrooms, eight bathrooms and a guest house, all of which add up to just under 6500 square feet.
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Beachfront Midcentury Modern Living Room

Another sophisticated feature of the curved living room's design is its two-sided fireplace, an element that helps to neatly bisect the space.
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Midcentury Modern Living Room With Beach View

So as not to miss an inch of view, the living room curves out towards the beach ever so slightly, with a long row of wall-sized windows and a sliding door.
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Beachfront Dining Room With Blue Curtains

The home has two indoor dining areas: this formal one with a fireplace, chandelier and room for 12, and a more casual one just off the kitchen. Both connect directly to the home's back porch for glorious ocean vistas.
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Scandinavian Open Plan Kitchen With Mesh Barstools

The midcentury modern architecture is a subtle, complementary companion to the home's dazzling setting. Here, the open plan kitchen phases gracefully into a dining area and then, outdoors!
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Beachfront Dining Room With Striped Runner

With its huge windows on multiple walls, a meal in this dining room is basically the same as having a picnic on the beach.
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Beachfront Dining Room and Deck

All that stands between this lovely dining room and the beach is a glass sliding door. Open it up and take the party outdoors!
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Scandinavian Bedroom With Exposed Beams

The minimalist aesthetic of this bedroom gets welcome definition from the thick exposed beams on the ceiling. Waves are the only alarm clock required.
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Neutral Scandinavian Bedroom With Tree View

This beautiful bedroom is where all daily worries are laid to rest. The wall full of windows looks out onto a sea of green, handsomely offset by pale wood beams and floors.
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Neutral Midcentury Bedroom With Ocean View

The sparse design of this bedroom—one of nine in the house—feels charming as a ship's cabin. The weathered wood beams are a clean contrast to the white walls' simplicity. And the narrowed shape directs attention out to the blue water view.
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Beachfront Deck With White Chairs

The design of the beachfront deck is minimal, with a thin pergola and railing, so as not to obstruct the view.
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Beach and Stairs With Boat

A slight raised bit of sand behind the home is the perfect place to beach kayaks and canoes.
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Beach and House With Kayak

When you're done with a day on the beach or the water, pull the kayak up on the sand, stash the towels and head into the house. It's as easy as that.
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