Larry David’s short-lived Montecito flip may exchange hands yet again—and now for a reduced price. The writer-actor bought the cottage in 2021 for $5.7 million before selling it eight months later for $6.9 million. Now, the new owner has reduced the asking price from $8 million to $7.5 million.
Located in the heart of Montecito’s Hedgerow neighborhood, the 1929 French Normandy-style home boasts verdant landscaping, lush gardens and ample living spaces across 2,858 square feet of living space. The George Washington Smith-designed home has four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms.
Features include a romantic living room with an open-beam ceiling, cozy fireplace, formal dining room, charming kitchen with a butler’s pantry, and garden views. The property is also home to expansive gardens and productive citrus trees.
Tyler Kallenbach with Compass holds the listing.