Combining early 20th century charm and class with 21st century conveniences, Montecito's Somerset estate represents the epitome of relaxed sophistication. The home and its two guest houses were built in 1918 in the community's elite "Golden Quadrangle". Henrik Westen, former owner of the estate, ordered several alterations and additions designed by iconic architect Lutah Maria Riggs. Much of the landscaping of the approximately 1.6-acre grounds is believed to be attributed to prominent landscape architect Lockwood de Forest. Ultimate privacy, two pools, lush and well-manicured foliage, numerous outdoor amenities: the ambiance here is distinctly Montecito.The main residence has 5 bedrooms, 6.5 baths. The upper level master suite is reminiscent of a luxury resort. The estate's two guest residences provide an additional 3 bedrooms, 3 baths. Privacy, seclusion and serenity abound, convenient to all the cultural, recreational and social opportunities Montecito and Santa Barbara offer.