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Carpinteria is famously home to the “world’s safest beach”, but its charms don’t end at the sand. Antiques stores, cafes, candy shops, and fine-dining restaurants line Linden Avenue, its small-town style main street, and residents enjoy many outdoor recreational activities. The area is home to renowned surf break Rincon Point, as well as the world-class Santa Barbara Polo and Racquet Club, which hosts weekly matches throughout the summer months.


Though Carpinteria has some of the most exclusive oceanfront addresses in all of California, well-appointed condominium complexes and Craftsman-style single-family homes are also plentiful. Downtown cottages are located a short walk from the beach, and large ranches are spread across the foothills.

Quick Facts

Price range: $500,000-20,000,000
Number of Houses: 4,700+/-
Total acreage: 1650 acres
Zip Code: 93013


Carpinteria, Padaro, Sandyland, Loon, and Rincon beaches
Parks and open spaces, Toro Canyon Park, Carpinteria Bluffs
Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club
Amtrak Train Station
Hiking trails
Shopping and dining
Ocean, island, and mountain views

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