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All-white modern home offers indoor-outdoor living for $6M

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Tucked into the lush hillside of Montecito, California

An aerial view of a large white house perched on a hill. The house has several terraces and is surrounded by various gardens. Drone photo by Brian Kruelle, courtesy of Pamela Regan of Compass

Located in Montecito, California, this three-bedroom, five-bath home is tucked into the hillside with a plethora of indoor-outdoor living options. Built in 2008, the home was designed by Warner Group Architects and was inspired by the late modern architecture of Neutra, Eames, and Mies van der Rohe.

The result is a 6,200-square-foot contemporary featuring clean lines, steel beams, and high 12-foot ceilings. Floor-to-ceiling windows let in plenty of light, and sliding pocket glass doors disappear neatly into the wall to create a seamless transition from inside to the extensive outdoor patios.

Multiple fireplaces, a butler’s pantry, wine room, gym, and elevator round out the amenities inside. But the verdant landscaping outside takes center stage; each room features views to the greenery and fruit trees, and water features and multiple private terraces create the feeling of a retreat nestled into the hills.

If this Montecito modern looks like your California dream, 396 Woodley Road is on the market now for $5,975,000.

The interior living area of a house in Montecito. There are couches, chairs, a table, a grand piano, and a deck with plants in planters.
The main living room boasts a fireplace, large windows, and sliding pocket doors to the patio.
Photo by David Lalush
An outdoor patio with a table and chairs.
Multiple terraces and patios feature water fountains and lush greenery.
Photo by David Lalush
A kitchen area in a house in Montecito. There is a red kitchen island with wood chairs. The backsplash and counters are marble. There is a wine area to the side of the refrigerator.
A pop of red provides color in the kitchen.
Photo by David Lalush
A living area with floor to ceiling windows, a leather couch, chairs, and a table.
Floor-to-ceiling windows provide views to the outdoors.
Photo by David Lalush
A bedroom in a Montecito house. There is a bed, couch, plant, table, works of art, and floor to ceiling windows.
Bedrooms are airy and light.
Photo by David Lalush
An outdoor patio with couches, a table, and slate flooring.
Another patio offers a private retreat amongst the treetops.
Photo by David Lalush