Located in the Pueblo Viejo District on Canon Perdido (‘Lost Canon’ – also etched in the history books of Santa Barbara) in the heart of downtown, this historic and charming two-bedroom house with a semi-attached artist’s studio is a remarkable vision of three very creative women that spans more than 100 years. The property’s origins dates back to the 1890’s, but our story begins in 1926.
Downtown Award Winning Historic Gem - Private, Stunning, Charming, Bonita! Outstanding beautifully historically renovated. Better than the pictures!! Loved every minute here! Everything down to the smallest details was meticulously picked and fits perfectly. Big comfort beds, great baths. Outstanding kitchen. Big private living room. The yard is to die for and the hot tub rounded out our evenings of wine and an occasional cigar. Would stay here in again in a minute. Just a short walk from everything. No need for a car. Loved it and thank you!
I was continually delighted by all of the beautiful details. Sitting outside, drinking my coffee in the morning and watching the hummingbird drink in the fountain was heaven!
La Familia Pinto
Thank you for sharing your incredible home with us. This feels like a tranquil, beautiful oasis...
We would love to return some time!
Tom & Linnea LoPresti
After 10,000 miles on the tour, there was Casita Patricia. It was the best timing to come here, so sophisticated and calming. We enjoyed it very much. Such a great family also. Looking forward to visiting our guitar family again! Cheers!
Trio Balkan Strings - May 2017
What a SPECTACULAR way to spend Memorial Day weekend*! Casita Patricia is one of kind. Your hospitality is greatly appreciated! Can't wait to come back soon!
Dr. Joe Pachorek & Family
(*Weekend package gifted to Chapman University Auction fundraiser)
It has been a joy to live in this beautiful home - and to get to know Santa Barbara again after a gap of 17 years. Thank you for a very special stay.
Graham & Elizabeth
London, August 2017
Thank you for allowing us to stay in your beautiful piece of Spanish architecture when we were really hurting and in need during the horrible Thomas Fire. We will never forget your kindness for offering us a place to stay away from the smoke and the ash. Better to light a candle than to curse the darkness.
John and Karen Madden, December 2017