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Coastal Estate and Vineyard •14.7 Acres • 4 bed/3.5 baths • 3,926 +/- Sq. Ft.

Guest House: 2 Bed/1 Bath • 3 Car Garage + Caretaker's Apartment (permitted as a storage room) 

Built 1950/Restored and Expanded 2014 • 360 Degree Views • Cherimoya Orchard • Vineyard • Wine Grotto

Offered at $14,500,000


A Superior Lifestyle

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Primoya Farms is a coastal estate of unrivaled beauty and splendor prominently sited above the Pacific Ocean and overlooking vast swaths of rolling hillsides and breathtaking mountain and ocean views.

Originally conceived as a Palladian style West Coast residence for Dame Judith Anderson, this magnificent estate now plays host to a Cherimoya orchard, avocado trees and a petite vineyard all surrounded by serenity, peace and privacy in Carpinteria.

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Celebrating mid-century Hollywood glamour, this 14.7-acre compound has been restored and expanded while retaining its rich history.

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A long, romantic driveway guides you to the highest point on the property and the Italian-inspired main residence with 4 bedrooms, a sun-drenched living room, formal dining room and kitchen all open to the panoramic ocean and mountain views. 

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Across the lawn and past the resort-style pool and spa, the newly-constructed 2-bedroom 

guest house takes its cue from the main residence and is complemented by a nearby 3-car garage, caretaker's apartment (permitted as a storage room) and wine grotto. 

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With world-class architecture, a stunning landscape design, unparalleled privacy and a fruitful agricultural setting, Primoya Farms is a legacy property in a class by itself.

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Designed by AIA Vadim Hsu and built in 2014, the two bedroom guest residence has floor-to-ceiling glass accordion doors with majestic orchard and ocean views.


Solace and Privacy for Your Guests

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Luxurious Every Day Living

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Primoya has approximately 1,600 fully mature Cherimoya trees, a smattering of

Avocado trees and a vineyard with approximately 500 vines.

Primoya's south, ocean facing hillsides create the ideal location for the Cherimoya to thrive.

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A mature Cherimoya tree is briefly deciduous and will reach approximately 18 feet high.

The fruit is a tropical explosion that is deliciously unique.

The heart shaped fruit can be described as a cross between a pineapple, banana and pear.

Best ripened at room temperature, but be careful the Cherimoya can easily become over-ripe similar to an avocado. The perfect ripeness yields to gentle pressure. Simply cut lengthwise and enjoy your delectable fruit. 

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500 +/- Vines • Pinot Noir & Chardonnay • Professionally Managed by Bruce Kohler

 Yielding 400-600 +/- Bottles of Wine Annually


Newly Constructed in 2014 • 755 +/- Sq. Ft.

1,500 Wine Bottle Capacity • Dining Space and Powder Room

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Still a working pesticide-free farm, the Primoya vineyard yields approximately 400-600 bottles of wine each year. 

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While there is a small on-property wine making facility, the current owners have the grapes transported to a local crush facility where UC Davis trained Shaun Fraun creates their preferred wine style.

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Indulge in a lifestyle of lavish luxury.

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Dame Judith Anderson, one of the "First Ladies of American Theatre" (her portrait hangs in the Lobero Theatre), purchased Rancho Verde in 1949. At the time it was a full 48 acres. Anderson cut a road to the highest point on the estate (approximately 900' above sea level) and built her dream Palladian-style villa. Sketches of the estate can be found in the UCSB's Special Archive 

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and have been featured in Montecito Magazine. Ms. Anderson, who died in 1992, was most proud of two things: Rancho Verde and the Judith Anderson Theatre on 42nd street which remains her theatrical legacy. Following Ms. Anderson's time at Rancho Verde, it became home to author Harvey Wheeler. Mr. Wheeler is best known for his novel Fail-Safe which later became a movie starring Henry Fonda.



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Main Residence: 4 Bed/3.5 Baths • 3,926 +/- Sq. Ft.

Guest House: 2 Bed/ 1 Bath • 993 +/- Sq. Ft.

Caretaker's Apartment (permitted as a storage room): 1Bed/1 Bath • 478 +/- Sq. Ft.

Wine Grotto: 1Bath • 755 +/- Sq. Ft.

14.7 Acres • Built in 1950 / Restored and Expanded in 2014 • 360 Degree Ocean & Mountain Views

   Main House Amenities

  • 360 degree ocean, canyon and mountain views

  • Kitchen, bathrooms and living recently remodeled

  • The kitchen enjoys an upgraded pantry with 120 bottle wine fridge, new appliances and formal dining room 

  • New fireplaces, which have all been gas converted

  • Wireless zones and speakers throughout the house    and in exterior areas

  • Center Terracotta Tile and Two Flat Roofs

  • Stucco exterior

  • Travertine Tile

  • Raised foundation

  • Solar panels that help with pool heating

  • Carpinteria Water District

  • 2” Agricultural Meter

  • Septic System

  • Water Softening and Filtration System

Guest House Amenities

  • 2 bedroom and 1 bathroom

  • Wall of glass accordion doors overlooks the orchard and ocean

  • Private patio

  • Can convert to a single bedroom guest house and a separate-entrance office

  • Water Softening and Filtration System

  • 1200 gallon septic

Garage and Bonus Studio

  • 3-car steel constructed garage (997 +/- Sq. Ft.)

  • Attic storage and a private studio and parking below.

  • Below is a 222 +/- Sq. Ft. winemaking area         and cool wine storage

  • Fireproof insulation

Wine Grotto

  • 755 +/- Sq. Ft.

  • Newly constructed (all stone harvested from the property)

  • Converted cistern includes: 1,500 wine bottle capacity 

  • 12 person dining space

  • 1 bathroom

Pool and Grounds

  • Pool with updated heating system, new filter and remote control

  • 1,600 fully mature Cherimoya trees, a smattering of Avocado trees and a vineyard with approximately 500 vines (Pinot Noir & Chardonnay)

  • Pinot and Chardonnay have a trellis system and irrigation

  • The grapes will yield approximately 400 – 600 bottles of wine each year

  • The grapes are tended to by Vineyard Manager Bruce Kohler, while the Cherimoyas are cared for and monetized (income producing) by Eloy Hurtado.

  • Multiple fountains throughout the property

  • Bacci court and wine grotto patio recently added 

  • Widened and updated driveway lighting

  • Upgraded and added new drainage throughout the property

  • Newly installed main water line 

  • New electrical meter/distribution throughout property

  • 2” Agricultural Meter




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