Summerland

Relaxed California beach town by weekday and bustling antique and boutique lover’s weekend pleasure, Summerland maintains its Bohemian soul formed through previous manifestations as a religious colony, mini-oil boomtown and lazy beachnik haven. Formerly hosting more than a dozen producing oil wells, soap and cigar factories and more than one saloon, the now much more upscale town’s main street, Lillie Avenue, is home to a tempting selection of unique shops featuring antiques and designer accoutrements.

Summerland’s 1,500 or so residents – including artists, writers and part-timers — enjoy their cozy cottages or spacious pieds-à–terre perched on a hillside next door to Montecito and overlooking the Pacific Ocean and Channel Islands.

Family-friendly restaurants, a wine tasting room and a lovely beachside park offering expansive lawns, play areas and direct access to the beach are just a few of the town’s amenities.


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Summerland Market Statistics

12/01/2016 - 02/31/17

Summerland saw a median price change of .88% for February 2017 vs February 2016.   

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February 2017 Median Sold Price
$970,000
February 2016 Median Sold Price
$961,500

February 2017 - Summerland
Total Sold Listings
2
February 2017 - Summerland
Total Listing Volume
$13.2M
February 2017 - Summerland
Average Days on Market
161