After a three-year renovation, the Solana Estate is a turn-of-the-century stunner packed with every modern-day essential. The Montecito mansion was originally designed by Francis T. Underhill for Frederick Forrest Peabody in 1914. Spanning 22,000 square feet, its interior includes everything from a theater and beauty salon to a wine room and Gatsby-like entertainment spaces. Rooms are fitted with the finest historic details like pre-WWII beamed ceilings in the kitchen and an 18th-century French limestone fireplace in the master bedroom. Every living space opens out to a series of terraces and loggias overlooking the Montecito Valley, Pacific Ocean, and Santa Ynez mountains. The exterior is just as grand. Offering 11.2 knoll-top acres, the property consists of a statuary, pond, swimming pool, and a 500-rosebush botanical garden.