Upper East Side Enchanting estates and historic haunts.
The crown jewel of character. Considered one of Santa Barbara’s first luxury neighborhoods, the initial opulent homes here were built on the Upper East Side due to its close proximity to the Old Mission. And many of those still exist to this day. Traditional in their beauty yet modern in their style, the area is where a wide array of historic architecture and buildings gather to suit its visitors’ most eclectic tastes. From the Spanish-style red roofs to Mission, Victorian, and American Colonial Revivals, there is something for everyone when you head up and east from downtown. Learn More
Every turn tells a story. With one quick drive to take in the celebrated scenery in and around the Upper East Side neighborhood, you can instantly feel the remnants of a bygone era. And at the heart of it all is the Santa Barbara Mission. Founded in the early 1700’s and equipped with a remarkable rose garden and beautiful backdrop of both the mountains and sky, it’s seems as if it’s sitting proud in knowing it’s the area’s top attraction. And with most of the sprawling estates falling far back from the streets to enjoy their quiet and serene acreage, don’t expect to hear anyone argue. The Upper East Side in Santa Barbara is where you come for the history, while making lasting memories for your family that you will only hope last just as long.See less