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Spanish-Inspired Live/Work Space Comes to Downtown Santa Barbara

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SANTA BARBARA, CALIF. – December 03, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — A Spanish-inspired live/work space has officially arrived with the announcement of “El Jardin,” a new building located in the historic Presidio neighborhood in downtown Santa Barbara. The four-story development at 819 Garden Street, which is co-listed by Sotheby’s International Realty and Hayes Commercial Group, is designed for the business owner or CEO seeking a professional office space and a private home all in one place.

Selected for the Architectural Feature for the 2015 Santa Barbara Beautiful Award, El Jardin includes a 2,010-square-foot commercial space along with a 1,200-square-foot garage on the first floor, with metal work throughout the space by David Shelton. The third and fourth floors encompass a 2,386-square-foot residence equipped with two bedrooms and two and a half baths, an elevator, countless custom finishes and inviting decks and balconies.

El Jardin is co-listed for sale at $4,149,000 by Melissa Birch and Rich van Seenus of Sotheby’s International Realty and Christos Celmayster and Kristopher Roth of Hayes Commercial Group. Construction was handled by Dan Upton Construction.

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