Montecito Journal

Newspaper
Tucked between the mountains and the sea and boasting a near-perfect year-round climate, Montecito has become one of, if not the most exclu- sive and attractive communities in the world. Home prices begin at nearly $3 million and go up to $125 million and more. Along with a coterie of movie stars and celebrated authors, some dozen billionaires either call Montecito home or maintain second homes here. There are two distinct commercial areas of Montecito: the upper village and Coast Village Road. In the upper village, a small shopping area between San Ysidro Road and Santa Angela Lane, contains a hardware store, grocery store, post office, gas station, stationery store, bookshop, three banks, a frame & art store, photo shop, two jewelry shops, hair salons & fragrance shops, a brokerage firm, drugstore, coffee shop, deli, real-estate offices, an- tiques, architects, dry cleaners, cheese shop, clothing & houseware boutiques, and three Italian restaurants. The Montecito Village Shopping Center is indeed the hub of this unique community. Source

Scope Local
Language English
Country United States of America
UVMs ? Request pricing
Frequency ? Weekly
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