Santa Barbara ranch of late actor Stuart Whitman goals for $62 million

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A scenic Santa Barbara ranch owned by Stuart Whitman, the late Oscar-nominated actor from “The Mark” and “Cimarron Strip,” simply surfaced on the market at $62 million.

That makes it the most costly itemizing presently available on the market in Santa Barbara, beating out Ellen DeGeneres’ Bali-inspired estate that she just lately floated for $39.9 million.

Whitman, who died in March, owned the expansive property for greater than 40 years. Spanning 13 acres within the Santa Ynez Mountains above Montecito, the hacienda-style compound has three buildings, a swimming pool, tennis courtroom and sweeping ocean, mountain and island views.

A 200-foot driveway approaches the property, winding towards a Spanish-style house that attracts the attention with colourful landscaping, turquoise window frames and a clay tile roof. Inside, Saltillo tile imported from Mexico strains a handful of cozy salmon-colored residing areas.

Arched doorways navigate the split-level ground plan, resulting in a front room with a fire and a eating space below beamed ceilings. Exterior, coated patios line the bottom of the house, and strolling paths wander via the palm-topped grounds.

After enlisting within the U.S. Military and serving for 3 years, Whitman started an performing profession throughout which he appeared in movies from the Nineteen Fifties into the 2000s. His notable credit embrace “Freeway Patrol,” “The Comancheros,” “Night time of the Lepus” and the western sequence “Cimarron Strip,” and he earned an Academy Award nomination for greatest actor for the 1961 movie “The Mark.”

Cristal Clarke of Berkshire Hathaway holds the itemizing.

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