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IconIc Montecito Architecture / Slater House II - A Mary Craig Masterpiece:This is one of Montecito's few remaining original Spanish Colonial estates with well preserved classic architectural details throughout. Located in the heart of Montecito on a slight crest amid major estates on 2.8 usable acres, the residence overlooks the gracious Valley Club and offers ocean and mountain views. The home maintains the architectural integrity it is famous for including the central courtyard, the full height entrance hall with unique clerestory window-door, coved ceilings, double groined hallway ceilings, wrought iron doors and window grills, hand- carved wood doors, and terra cotta tile floors. The magnificent site and views can be appreciated from the sweeping terraces, upstairs and down This home, known as Slater House II, is arguably the quintessential design by Mary Craig, a renowned architect whose many famous buildings in Santa Barbara with tile roofs, white stucco walls, and wood-beam ceilings have become synonymous with Santa Barbara's Spanish-derivative architecture.