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Priciest ZIP Codes in the Tri-Counties
Ranked by home value index
|Montecito/Santa Barbara, 93108||$2,808,400||-7.8%||Oprah Winfery, John Travolta and Rob Lowe are just a few notable celebrities that have homes in Montecito. This zip code also is home to the Montecito Inn, a boutique hotel that was built by Charlie Chaplin in 1928. Forbes Magazine ranked the luxurious community No. 24 on its 2017 "America's Most Expensive ZIP Codes" list.|
|Summerland, 93067||$1,620,000||0%||Summerland was founded in 1889 as a Spiritualist colony. During that time in the late 19th century, Summerland was a hot bed for some of the first ever first offshore oil wells. These days the small town along Highway 101 with a Pacific Ocean view is a tourist stop just south of Santa Barbara, notable for its high volume of antique stores per capita.|
|Santa Barbara, 93109||$1,341,400||-1.4%||Santa Barbara's 93109 ZIP code encompasses the city's harbor, Elings Park and the ocean-front homes and condos along Cabrillo Boulevard. The popular Mesa neighborhood sits on the north side of the zip code, which contains the Douglas Family Preserve and Arroyo Burro Beach, known to locals as Hendry’s Beach. |
|Mission Canyon/Santa Barbara, 93105||$1,149,700||-2.1%||Residents of Santa Barbara's Mission Canyon live with the constant threat of wildfires but enjoy tucked-away privacy among the trees that allows a one-of-a-kind view of the city. The Santa Barbara Botanic Garden and the Santa Barbara Mission are also located on 65 acres in Mission Canyon. |
|Santa Barbara, 93103||$1,128,500||-7.7%||Santa Barbara's Eastside ZIP code, 93103, encompasses attractions including East Beach, the Santa Barbara Zoo and the Santa Barbara Bowl.|