When the impulse for wanderlust strikes, there’s no need to pack an overnighter. Coined “Little Big Sur” for the property’s bounty of natural life and resources, 2665 San Marcos Pass Road takes advantage of its elevated position above the city of Santa Barbara to bring exploration to your fingertips. Look out from within the 7-bedroom, 9-bath historic main lodge to take in views of the Pacific Ocean and Channel Island, or venture forth to scout miles of hiking trails that lead to waterfalls, which adds a sense of calm while blanketing the property in privacy.

Little Big Sur: Along with a year-round running stream, thundering waterfalls,  natural swimming holes, and miles of masonry stone walls the property offers magnificent Pacific Ocean and Channel Island views.

Masonry stone walls originate from the home’s boundary and extend outwards into the open. It is here where you can then follow pathways offering opportunities to reflect at a meditation site, take a refreshing dip in one of the natural swimming holes, or visit the 2-bedroom guest house tucked away in the greenery.

Adding to the home’s vastness is an unexpected one acre flat parcel of land providing a great outdoor flex space for almost anything.

Exploring the property’s 64 beautiful acres is a new spotlight video for which Mauricio Umansky, co-founder and CEO of The Agency, describes the rustic haven as embodying  the “true California experience”; the freedom to get lost in your natural surroundings yet still have access to all the exceptional amenities nearby.

Mauricio points out the fine selection of wineries, shopping along Paseo Nuevo, and visiting the Four Seasons Biltmore Hotel or San Ysirdo Ranch for a rich culinary experience.

Watch the full video below: