Reflecting the American Colonist Revival Style of architecture popular in Santa Barbara during the late 19th century, this home and former inn among many other uses, was originally built as the residence of Hannah C. Moore in 1894 (one of the founders of Cottage Hospital). Past lives have been the Gamble School for Girls, home to Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, Germaine's Boarding House, the Bayberry Inn and most recently a private residence. Located in the Peabody attendance area and close to all that downtown Santa Barbara has to offer, this property on almost 1/3 of an acre, with approximately 3,500 sq ft of the most charming, updated homes you could hope to find is again available to a most fortunate buyer.
MLS #19-2243 | Listed by Village Properties on 6/26/2019 | Information updated 8/2/2019 10:45 AM PST | Status: Pending
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