Be Neighbors with Ellen and Oprah: Rob Lowe’s Montecito Estate is for Sale

If you have a few million laying around and you really want to have famous neighbors, look no further. Rob Lowe has put his 10-000-square-foot Montecito estate on sale for a cool $47 million.

The Georgian-style home was featured on the 2010 cover of Architectural Digest. The home sits on 3.4 acres in California. The actor has resided at the estate since 2005 with his wife and two sons.

This isn’t just any regular bit of California real estate, it is a dream come true estate. The property has a gorgeous home, a 2-bedroom guest house, cabana, a pool, and a champion-sized tennis court. If you’re looking to throw one epic party, this is the place to do it.

The backyard has a beautiful view of the Santa Ynez mountains and has plenty of room for a flouring garden. The property was built to enjoy the outdoors, so there are over 3,000 square feet of verandas, decks, and patios, with options to enjoy the sun and shade.

If you’re looking for a home to entertain, there is a piano bar that has a granite fireplace. The bar comes with glass display shelves and a mirrored backdrop. There is also a cedar wine cellar that can hold up to 1,800 bottles.

The agent from Sotheby’s International Realty who is handling the listing , Suzanne Perkins, said to Architectural Digest:

“Rob and Sheryl have achieved the impossible, creating a home that lives with the conveniences of new construction but with character that rivals one of Santa Barbara’s most architecturally significant historic estates. Oakview shows equal appreciation for history and modernity.”

The estate comes with several dining rooms, a gym, six bedrooms in the main home, a cinema, a kitchen with a massive island, and so much more.

So, are you going to look into moving in? Imagine what it would be like to live near Oprah. Game changer!

H/T: Architectural Digest

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