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Living Room
The grandeur of the light-filled Library and formal Living andmoldings, finials and mantle pieces are timeless testaments to a
Dining rooms is remarkable. The wide “L” shaped central gallerybygone era. With its ocean-viewing south terrace, the baronial-
is on perfect axis with both the Living and Dining rooms andsized living room with two majestic fireplaces and spectacular
overlooks a formal inner cour tyard where graceful palms standcrystal chandeliers is without doubt one of the most exquisite
over clipped boxwood hedges that encircle a peaceful waterrooms in all of Santa Barbara.
feature. This is yet another example of Johnson’s intimate knowl-
edge of scale and symmetry. During the 1920s the Owners ac-The Library is lined with the Owner’s personal collection of
quired a stately Manor Home in Great Britain. The oak paneledbooks, many of them first editions. French doors open to the
formal rooms were meticulously disassembled and shipped tosouth facing terrace that is shared with the Living Room. A Tro-
Santa Barbara where Johnson incorporated them with stunningphy room replete with brightly polished cups from the Owners'
results into their new Santa Barbara home. The exceptionalmany Polo match victories and horse racing triumphs is located
ar tistry and workmanship of these paneled rooms would be im-off the entrance to the Library. A secret hallway leads from the
possible to duplicate today, and the beautiful patina, exquisiteLibrary to the Living room where a hidden door in a paneled

Library Authentic English Whisky Pub
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