A very charming area with smaller, individual homes in a quiet, yet convenient in-town location. Architectural styles range from small California cottages to classic Tudors and Spanish haciendas. Few residential neighborhoods of Santa Barbara can boast the rich historical background of the San Roque area. Ten thousand years ago the area, bounded by Ontare road, Foothill Road, Alamar Avenue and State Street, was an open expanse of treeless grassland, sloping up to the knees of the foothills and bisected by the jungled course of San Roque Canyon. Now a built-up, economically stabilized suburb, it is admired for its sweeping curved streets, its luxuriant landscaping, and its harmonious blend of many architectural themes – Spanish Colonial, English Tudor, French Normandy, California Redwood, Italian and American Colonial, mostly built since 1925. San Roque features older, custom homes with charm with a mixture of large and small lots and various housing tracts. Many local favorite eateries include: Harry’s Plaza Café, The Tee Off and Fresco’s.
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