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805-895-1467     Lic #01440591

10 San Marcos Trout Club Santa Barbara, CA 93105

Built in 1992 | Rustic | Island Views | 2 Private Levels | Galley Kitchen | Granite Counter Tops | Stone Fireplace | Jacuzzi | Rural Feel | Community | Country Living

Cabin #10 in the Trout Club is a place that you love coming home to! LEave the bustle of downtown Santa Barbara behind and kick back in the cabin in front of the fireplace or on the deck overlooking the views out to UCSB’s Campus Point. Curl up in bed surrounded by nature and fresh air and know that everything else can just wait as you enjoy your perch on the mountain.

The galley kitchen is a delight to prepare meals in and the patio located right off of the dining room looks over to the jacuzzi that is surrounded by bougainvillea. Downstairs is an additional bedroom, sitting room, laundry room, storage area and a modified one car garage.

The setting of the community of just 36 homes total is quiet and tranquil, yet just 12 minutes to Cathedral Oaks. The community is in the Mountain View Elementary School attendance area. This is an opportunity to get away from the hustle and bustle of town and acquire a home in the rural Trout Club Community that is made up of only 36 houses.  Where you own the land – it is NOT Forest Service leased land!

The San Marcos Trout Club was established in the 1920’s by a group of people from Santa Barbara. They built cabins and developed trout pools down by San Jose creek. The owners would then come up her during the summers to hunt, fish and party. The Trout Club has 55 acres of community property, including big fields and land in the canyon down by the creek.

Please contact me for any questions and to schedule a showing.

Property Location

Property Details

  • Bedrooms


  • Bathrooms


  • Home Size*

    1950 ft²

  • Property

    Single Family Residence

  • School Districts

    -Mountain View Elementary
    -La Colina Junior High
    -San Marcos High School

* Should be verified by buyer


Want to Get Away?

If you know someone that is ready to grow their own food, control their water source and still be close to Santa Barbara, look no further.