Concierge Auctions will be overseeing bidding for this five bedroom, six full and four-half bathroom gilded-age estate – 818 Hot Springs Road in Santa Barbara, California.
The home was built in the 1930s by architect Lutah Maria Riggs, the first licensed female architect in Santa Barbara and the first woman in California to be named a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects.
The estate also features gardens designed by Lockwood de Forest, an esteemed American painter and interior furniture designer. There is also a swimming pool and hot tub, cabana with wet bar and wine room.
Jaw-dropping ocean views, opulent finishes, like marble floors, Carrara marble countertops, intricate moldings and wainscoting, and soaring coffered ceilings, this is a luxury home that’s on another level.
Previously offered for $12.5 million, the house to set to sell to the highest bidder. Concierge Auctions is a global firm.
Bidding starts February 24 and closes February 27.