In the heart of Montecito’s Hedgerow neighborhood, you can find this beautiful 1929 French Normandy-style home that was once owned by “Curbed Your Enthusiasm” creator and star Larry David.
The house was designed by George Washington Smith, who is most known as the Father of Spanish Colonial Revival-style architecture. This home may differ from his usual homes, but it’s certainly not any less beautiful and charming.
This 2,900 square feet French Normandy-style home has four bedrooms, living spaces packed with character and charm, and lush gardens.
The romantic living room boasts a gorgeous open-beam ceiling and a stone fireplace. The wooden beams add a rustic charm to this beautiful room.
More rustic touches can be found in the dining room which has room for a round dining table and it is decorated with portraits.
The charming kitchen has cabinets that are painted in a dark gray shade which are paired with green tiles and marble worktops. From the windows, you have a view of the green garden.
Between the kitchen and the dining room lies a butler’s pantry in the same gray scheme as the kitchen.
The master bedroom has an en suite bathroom and a walk in closet.
The spacious master bathroom has a chrome bath, a shower, and blue wallpaper. From the windows you have a view of the garden.
The house has a wonderful garden with a red brick patio and pathways, an emerald lawn, expansive gardens, and productive citrus trees.
The metal tea house in the garden.
This beautiful home is listed with Tyler Kallenbach at Compass
photography by Blake Bronstad Photography