115 Miramar Avenue, Montecito, California 93108
ResidentialOffered at $4,495,000
6
Bedrooms
9
Bathrooms
1914
Year Built
5,206
Square Feet
.90 acre
Lot Size

Located in Montecito’s famed Hedgerow neighborhood, the gated and private 6 bedroom, 9 bath historic estate on 0.90 acre was originally built in 1911 with detail and style.  Exquisitely renovated and well-appointed, the traditional Craftsman style home offers approximately 5,206 square feet of authentic charm with hardwood floors, spacious light filled public rooms, a masterful study, office, gym, and six fireplaces.  Inviting outdoor dining terraces and verandas, a pool, two bedroom guest quarters, mature specimen trees, sunny gardens, and tack room with a loft enhance this extraordinary property situated near Miramar Beach, Upper and Lower Villages, Montecito Union School and local private schools.

A Brief Overview of 115 Miramar Avenue:

  • The Craftsman style house at what is now 115 Miramar Lane was built in 1914 for Edward Everett Paramore, his wife Mary and their two sons, Jim and Edward, Jr. (Ted).
  • There is no documentation as to who designed the Paramore house, but it is possible that it is the work of the architect/developer William Augustus Whittlesey (W. A. W.) Brownell.
  • Brownell was responsible for developing much of the Miramar Addition tract, a number of them, as in the case of the Paramore house, designed in the Craftsman style. Houses designed by Brownell in the tract included his own home and at least three others. The Paramore house was flanked on either side by houses designed by Brownell.
  • A friend and former classmate of Ted Paramore, Wilson, who had been a guest of the Paramore’s recalled how their house “had been full of gaiety, highballs and sunlight."