Just Sold – Santa Barbara Charmer

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Just Sold  |  510 Casitas Road

3 Bedrooms  |  2 Baths  |  An abundance of Santa Barbara charm
Offered at $995,000 – 7 Offers – Sold for $1,200,000

Wow – Quite honestly, 510 Casitas Road was one of the most fun listings we’ve had the opportunity to share with the world. So much history, detail and did we mention charm?! This property is a true Santa Barbara gem. Over the course of one week we had about 300 people through the doors of this special home. Strategically priced and marketed to create a buzz, the home sold with 7 offers on the table with the winner substantially above the original asking price. We had so much fun sharing this home’s special story through our marketing

510 Casitas Road

The History of 510 Casitas Road

Built in 1933 by an original Santa Barbara stone mason, 510 Casitas Road is rich with Santa Barbara history. Arcangelo Goggia emigrated to the United States in 1908 from his home village of Como, Italy where he had apprenticed as a stone mason. From Ellis Island, he made his way to the West coast and settled in Santa Barbara. In addition to farming, Arcangelo worked as a stone mason in Santa Barbara, working on numerous notable projects like Trinity Episcopal Church, restoration of the Santa Barbara Mission after the 1925 earthquake, and Arnoldi’s Cafe. He also carved freehand the sandstone spheres that grace the pillars at the corner entrances of the County Courthouse.

Arcangelo and his fellow masons and craftsmen constructed the home at 510 Casitas Road for Arcangelo’s family. Great care and attention to detail was put into the design and construction of the home. Goggia’s family and two generations after have lived in the residence until 1986, and has been cared for and well-maintained since.

510 Casitas Road - Living Room

510 Casitas Road - Dining