What a $57.5 Million Property in Santa Barbara Looks Like

Finished in 1915, the breathtaking mansion of high-ranking exec Frederick Forrest Peabody better known as Solana ("sunny place" in Spanish), hit the market for $57,500,000 after being "newly rebuilt", reports Curbed. The incredibly exorbitant price tag reflects the 360-degree views, which might just be the best in Santa Barbara.

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The historic mansion has been "newly rebuilt."
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The ocean awaits you just beyond the front gate.
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The mansion is located on 11.29 knoll-top acres.
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Picturesque mountain and beach views, too!
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The museum quality mosaic tile floor add value to the home.
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Premium hand-carved mahogany detailing adds to the character of the home.
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Many of the rooms have 18th century wall sconces and 17th century French oak paneling.
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A look at the spectacular kitchen.
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The house was built for entertaining large parties…
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...yet it also offers intimate settings for a more personal ambiance.
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