Homes for Sale in Toro Canyon

With its hilly terrain and picturesque landscapes, Toro Canyon offers breathtaking ocean views. Notably, the area is sparsely populated, making it an ideal location for home shoppers seeking natural beauty and solitude in their surroundings. If you value these qualities, Toro Canyon is a great place to consider when looking to buy a home.

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Toro Canyon Listings

Toro Canyon Real Estate Market May 24, 2024
17
Listed
150
Avg. DOM
$3,059.76
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$6,950,000
Med. List Price
17 Properties

Toro Canyon Real Estate

Given the low population density of Toro Canyon, it comes as no surprise that only a limited number of properties are available on the market at any given time. Lot sizes tend to be large, and the lush vegetation contributes to the area's rural ambiance. However, Toro Canyon has a unique twist: a few luxurious oceanfront properties adorn the shoreline, adding to its charm.

Home options in Toro Canyon range from smaller bungalows to exquisite estates nestled in the foothills of the Santa Ynez Mountains. Many of these homes boast unique architectural features and beautifully landscaped grounds, with stunning coastline views as a common feature.

About Toro Canyon

Situated just south of the eponymous park, Toro Canyon borders Summerland and Montecito to the east, and Carpinteria to the south. This charming neighborhood features a small coastal section and a northern panhandle that extends along Canyon Road and the creek.

hile Toro Canyon may be remote, its tranquility and countryside living are part of its appeal. Residents can enjoy the abundance of nature, all while having access to world-class amenities just a short drive away in Santa Barbara.

For added convenience, there are a handful of eateries, boutiques, and surf shops located on Santa Claus Lane near the beach. And should residents desire a wider range of dining and shopping options, Carpinteria and Summerland are just a hop away.

Padaro Beach

Stretching from Loon Point southeast to Sand Point Road, Padaro Beach is a captivating shoreline fringed by the 101 Freeway and railroad. It offers a scenic and charming setting for walking, paddling, or sunbathing. Attractive seafront homes grace the landscape, set against a backdrop of mountains and surrounded by lush greenery.

Commonly referred to as Santa Claus Beach, after a local road of the same name, this beach exudes quiet charm, particularly during low tide. While lacking in amenities, the beach presents opportunities for beginner surfers to practice their skills in the gentle swell east of Loon Point.

Toro Canyon Park

One of the main attractions of living in Toro Canyon is easy access to Toro Canyon Park, a 74-acre site with BBQ grills, picnic areas, trails, equestrian facilities, and a playground. Dogs are welcome but must be kept on the leash.

The Park is a beautiful and relaxing escape, and for more active residents, a major bonus. The park can best be reached from Toro Canyon Road to the west of the city.

Toro Canyon Realtors®

If you'd like to buy real property, contact our Toro Canyon real estate agents; we're the LOCAL experts and can answer all of your home buying and neighborhood questions.

Please get in touch if you're thinking of selling your home in Toro Canyon or the surrounding area. Our listing agents can provide dates and prices of recently sold units nearby and up-to-date local real estate market information.