Square Footage: 2117
Year Built: 2000
Description: A true Sarmarkand sanctuary, on a private eucalyptus-lined street! This bea...
Last Updated: July - 27 - 2020
Square Footage: 2246
Year Built: 2000
Description: Tucked away on a private lane in the northern end of Samarkand, this stylis...
Last Updated: July - 10 - 2020
Square Footage: 1682
Year Built: 1981
Description: Price Adjusted! End Townhome privately nestled overlooking Mission Creek an...
Last Updated: July - 15 - 2020
Square Footage: 1568
Year Built: 1980
Description: Beautifully updated spacious, bright and airy contemporary high-ceiling tow...
Last Updated: June - 08 - 2020
Square Footage: 1181
Year Built: 1944
Description: This Samarkand home has been in the same family for over 50 years. This is ...
Last Updated: July - 06 - 2020
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Samarkand meant “the land of heart’s desire” in the archaic Persian tongue. Santa Barbara’s Samarkand is a hilly, elevated neighborhood with stunning mountain and Riviera views, convenient shopping and dining and a very pleasant atmosphere. The Samarkand retirement center, formerly the stately Samarkand Persian Hotel, is one of America’s most beautiful and prestigious retirement centers and it is situated on a hilltop in the midst of this neighborhood.
Like San Roque, Samarkand contains a blend of many architectural styles such as Spanish Colonial, English Tudor, French Normandy, California Redwood, Italianate and American Colonial. However, the standard side of lots in Samarkand (which are typically 50′ x 150′) are deeper than those in San Roque (which are often 100′ deep) and Samarkand residents appreciate use of the sidewalks which are on every street.