The notable Italian-style stone villa enjoys ocean views, 6 bedrooms, a media room, multiple libraries, a guest annex, a recently built entertainment pavilion known as Jordan Hall, 2 pools, and a tennis court on approx. 16.88-acre grounds. Located in the hills of Santa Barbara, the pure pastoral ambiance of the Tuscan countryside pervades this elegant stone villa. Perched on a crest with views of the ocean, harbor, and mountains, the secluded estate was built in the 1930s by celebrated architect Wallace Frost. Impeccable attention was paid to every detail: a classic barrel-tiled roof, terra-cotta surfaces, wide wood flooring planks, rustic exposed ceiling beams, 18th-century Italian tiles, vintage light fixtures, and sturdy walls of locally quarried stone. Highlights include relaxing stone terraces, a cantina, and exquisite landscaping with walking trails.