Santa Barbara, CA Neighborhoods - The Westside
The Westside, Santa Barbara's oldest established neighborhood has a rich cultural history that is evident today in many of the areas classic old homes and cottages. The early 20th century saw Santa Barbara's Westside neighborhood transition from lemon, lime, avocado and olive orchards to the most densely populated area in the city. Most of the homes in the Westside were built prior to 1940. Many of these old homes were well built and exhibit a variety of architectural styles including, craftsman, Victorian, Spanish and adobe.
Santa Barbara's Westside covers an area roughly from State Street to the back side of the Mesa. This neighborhoods proximity to downtown State Street makes it very convenient to access all that Santa Barbara, a world class destination city, has to offer, including entertainment venues that host some of today's most popular artists, a wonderful selection of restaurants and shops, parks and beaches. The level topography on the Westside makes it one of Santa Barbara's best neighborhoods for walking and biking.
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