Paseo Ferrelo

Paseo Ferrelo is a high-end residential project in Santa Barbara’s coveted Riviera neighborhood designed by noted Architect, Dan Weber. An extensive remodel brought new life to the residence that was originally built in 1964, giving it an ultra-modern design that blurs the line between indoor and outdoor spaces. Boasting expansive views of Santa Barbara and the Channel Islands, Paseo Ferrelo showcases sophisticated architecture that includes wall-to-wall expanses of glass, alfresco entertaining terraces, and high quality finishes throughout. The home, which is known in the local community for its striking design, was featured in Curbed LA, The Week Magazine, and Santa Barbara Magazine.

  • Highlights

  • Iconic mid-century modern single-family home purchased out of foreclosure for significantly under market value
  • High-end residential remodel with custom mid-century inspired finishes
  • Featured in Curbed LA
Backyard
Living Room
Entry Way
Backyard
Kitchen
Guest Bedroom
Bathroom
Office
Bedroom
Master Bathroom

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