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A Short Drive to Serenity - Shepard Mesa, Carpinteria

Updated: Apr 22, 2020





This idyllic community is a rejuvenating escape to the country while only moments to the charming village of Carpinteria. Shepard Mesa is positioned for convenience and serenity, being only 3 miles to Rincon Beach, (the world famous surf spot) as well as only a short 20 minute drive to downtown Santa Barbara.




Exotic flowers, farmland and breathtaking mountain views paint the landscape - creating a unique and picturesque environment.







Shepard Mesa is a splendid one mile loop on its own mountain top in Carpinteria, consisting of approximately 87 homes. Overlooking the Pacific Ocean, this one of a kind community provides an unrivaled level of tranquility and peacefulness. An eclectic mix of well-educated, well-healed, creative, passionate, friendly, happy, and accomplished people are the heart of

this neighborhood.


IF YOU HAVEN'T BEEN TO SHEPARD MESA YOU ARE IN

FOR A SURPRISE.




7475 Shepard Mesa Road is a hillside ranchette with rural splendor, mountain views and refreshing ocean breezes. Morning sunshine bathes this home in a happy glow as sunlight dances over the vegetable gardens, bocce court, lawns and fruit trees that dot the landscape.





Designed in the 1970's as a single level traditional hacienda by Mortimer Matthews (former Mayer of Pasadena), this home wraps around a central courtyard lending itself to perfect indoor/outdoor living.





One of the few homes on the circle offering a bright and charming artist's studio with its own separate entrance. With high ceilings and illuminated by natural light, this home defines elegance and comfort.



Open the door to a simple and rejuvenating way of life and let this magical community be the

playground for your next chapter!




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