In a neighborhood where many homes are cantilevered from steep hillside, this 1926-Spanish Colonial home sits on one of the rare flat lots at the top of Montecito Heights. Sitting on the perimeter of the aptly named Montecito Circle, the tw0-story, three-bedroom home with a blue front door is part of an early generation of hilltop development in Montecito Heights, where most of those boxy, cantilevered houses were built after World War II. What will it cost to live on a flat top at the top of Montecito Heights? The owners are asking $299,000, according to Redfin.
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