This Montecito California estate was designed by George Washington Smith in his signature Spanish-Colonial Revival style. Smith’s historic continuity, his romanticism and charm, does not begin to suggest the marvels that lay hidden behind the massive entrance door. His style was based on centuries-old structures observed in his European travels. Each room possesses its own identity and magic, and the house is replete with handcrafted tile, mahogany carved doors, decorative wrought iron grates, sconces and chandeliers, and imported beams that all add to its old-world charm; yet there is an overall unity and flow that carries out into the beautiful gardens, lawns and classic swimming pool and fountain. The home features a spacious first floor master suite, 5 family bedroom suites, a library and a project room/office, 7 fireplaces, a bright and expansive center-island kitchen and a large, beautifully appointed great room.