About This Listing
A great 2,400 sqft house secluded on gated 5 acres of avocado orchard located between Santa Barbara and Los Angeles, 15 min from the beaches. This house is available as a short-term, single event rental from May 15th thru June 5th, 2013, fully furnished with antiques, art and incredible views from our 800 sqft terrace overlooking Pleasant Valley. We are less than ten minute drive to several of the best beaches in CA. Shopping at the Camarillo discount mall with over twenty theaters, bars, restaurants and many other public facilities is excellent!
Gorgeous antiques and a beautiful art collection adorn this 1970's designed ranch house. Privacy- in this upscale neighborhood is excellent with our location at the end of the cup-de-sac and no transit traffic. Our hill top views stretch for several miles and the panorama is breathtaking. The huge outdoor porch 19' x 34' has a charcoal grill and seating for eight.
All rooms are generously appointed with beautiful antique furniture and modern working appliances. Internet and wireless service is Hughes Gen4 with DirectTV cable in Master bedroom and Family room. All three bedrooms have queen sized beds (King sized MBR) large closets and exquisitely furnished.
Parking is ample for four cars, or an RV, but there are no hook-ups. You will enjoy this retreat as an excellent getaway, yet in close proximity to all the southern CA has to offer. The Getty Museum is 45 min away.
Careful attention must be rendered to antique furniture and art collection. Glasses use coasters, placemats on pine wood table surfaces, etc
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About the Host, Quentin
Harvard graduate, 30 yr. licensed architect, mostly luxury single family home commissions, with a penchant for green, sustainable design methodologies, I build custom furniture, am in the process of developing prefabrication vacation homes and many other projects with broad design interests. Fine antiques, art and a penchant for reading about new technologies fuel my design interests and love of travel. Life is short and uncertain at best, eat dessert first! I am confounded by a very high aesthetic appreciation of nature, of built-form and of future potential.
As a host I enjoy sharing those things which are meaningful with our social interaction opening up new doors to flavor exciting experiences and shared laughter.
I love to build beautiful things, address difficult design solutions, appreciate the fine arts, automotive technology, TV documentaries, books, stories, frozen Mint Milano cookies, intelligent people and defining difficult challenges. If not now, when?