Far Afield is one of two significant historic estates remaining in the prime Montecito ''Golden Quadrangle'' commanding apx 10.5 acres with over 25 separate cultivated and native garden attractions. In 1916 famed American writer Hobart C. Chatfield-Taylor and wife Rose Farwell, Daughter of US Senator Charlie B. Farwell, purchased the land and named the property Far Afield by name blending, symbolizing the estate as their vacation home ''far away'' from their primary home. This Preeminent Mediterranean Villa Estate was designed in 1917 and completed in 1918 by renowned Santa Barbara architect Francis T. Underhill, outdoing his other masterpieces such as Villa Solana and La Chiquita.
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