Tour Steve Martin's Unique Santa Barbara Home
He’s a wild and crazy home collector, but Steve Martin has lately been letting some real estate go.
The comedian and writer sold a villa in the French West Indies in 2013, Variety reported, and now he’s listed a home in Santa Barbara where he’s lived for at least two decades.
He’s asking almost $11 million for the modern-style home in eastern Santa Barbara, near Montecito. The house sits on 5.86 acres and was designed by Roland E. Coate, Jr.
The 7,377-square-foot home is built largely of concrete—including the walls and outdoor cylindrical sculptures. With views over the hills and to the ocean, it has 4 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, plus a detached 2-bedroom, 1-bath guest house and a 3-car garage.
The listing is held by Suzanne Perkins of Sotheby’s International Realty.
Martin, who still owns two homes on adjoining properties in Beverly Hills, starred in The Big Year with Jack Black in 2011, and, more recently, was the voice of Captain Smek in the animated films Almost Home and Home. But these days, he’s becoming better known for his writing—his stage play The Underpants is now showing in Hartford, Conn.—and his music. The title song from his album, Love Has Come for You, won Martin and his singer-songwriter partner, Edie Brickell, a Grammy last year.
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