Nancy Kogevinas

Luxury Collection Director


DRE: 01209514

Berkshire Hathaway

HomeServices California Properties

1255 Coast Village Road 102C

Montecito, CA 93108

DRE: 01317331

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World-class wineries and vineyards, sprawling equestrian ranches and six small, delightful rural towns – Ballard, Buellton, Los Alamos, Los Olivos, Santa Ynez and Solvang — comprise the Santa Ynez Valley. It is close to the perfect combination of rural-agricultural heritage combined with a sophisticated “wine country” ambiance. Just a scenic half-hour drive over the Coastal Range from Santa Barbara, the valley was initially renowned for its thoroughbred horse ranches, although most recently it has become revered for its exceptional wines. Its eclectic population – a diverse mix of cowboys, ranchers, winemakers and city slickers — is also a reason for its popularity.

Homes & Condos: $1 - $2 Million   •   Ranches and Estates  $2.5 - $15 Million   

Wine Country


Santa Ynez Valley is one of 5 distinct American Viticultural Areas in Santa Barbara County’s vast wine country, and more than 50 varietals thrive in the area’s diverse micro-climates. 


Most of the 120+ wineries located here are small boutique operations and many are family-owned and operated. 

Some of our favorites are Flying Point VineyardSunstone Vineyard and Winery, Rusack Winery, Margerum Winery, and Foxen Vineyard and Winery.

The Great Outdoors


The Santa Ynez Valley has an abundance of hiking, biking and outdoor parks - perfect for everyone. One of our favorite casual hikes and picnic spots is Nojoqui Falls.

Old Mission Santa Ines


Santa Inés Mission is the 19th of 21 California missions established by the Franciscan Fathers in 1804.


A truly charming and historic site, the Old Mission Santa Ines is definitely worth a visit.