Perched above the ultra-luxurious golden sands of exclusive Padaro Beach with direct beach access, “The Johnson House” is an architectural masterpiece with sweeping 360-degree panoramic water and mountain views of Padaro Beach, Serena Cove, the Channel Islands and the Santa Ynez mountain range.
Built in 1999 and designed by noted architect Charles Foreman Johnson whose work has graced the cover of Architectural Digest as his personal residence, this 2 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom south-facing home is bathed in sunlight from sunrise to sunset.
Offering elevated second-row beachfront living and a seamless year-round indoor and outdoor lifestyle, the home is warm, inviting and designed for entertaining.
Behind the gates of the ultra-private community known as “Beach Club,” this community offers unparalleled privacy and the perfect gateway to the Santa Barbara Beach lifestyle.
“All my residences are organic sculptures–architectural extensions of nature–and this gives them naturalness. They are soft, inviting and look like the perfect design for that land. They are sophisticated in a very low-key way. Frank Lloyd Wright, Mies van der Rohe and John Lautner, have influenced my work.” Johnson, Charles F., Architectural Digest, August 1991