Barber Barber real estate rests in a lovely oceanfront community that boasts a rare and delightful charm. Within the Beach Barber Tract, buyers will find dazzling architectural designs that range from Storybook style to contemporary, interspersed with Spanish Colonials and California Ranch homes. While their architecture is enchanting, many homes in the peaceful community also delight with their panoramic views of the coastline and tranquil gardens.
Beach Barber Tract history
The Beach Barber Tract was known as Neptunia in the 1800’s. According to SD News , the community’s name didn’t change until Phillip Barber was taken aback by the area and decided to purchase and develop the land. He moved his family to La Jolla, and with the help of fine architects, built beautiful homes in the community. Many of Beach Barber’s historic European revival style homes date back to the 1900’s and were crafted during this development. According to La Jolla Light, homes built in Beach Barber from 1920 to 1940 were the work of esteemed architects, such as Edgar V. Ullrich, Tom Shepherd, Herbert Palmer, Requa & Jackson, Florence Palmer and others.
An article in SD News stated that prior to becoming a developer in La Jolla, Phillip Barber was heir to a steamship firm. La Jolla reminded Barber of a vacation spot he visited and was fond of in Long Island, NY. His former Spanish Colonial home is in Beach Barber, seated alongside Storybook English Tudor and French Normandy style homes. The great depression was tough on the developer, but the homes he built stood the test of time. Today, the Beach Barber Tract has many historic homes with inspired architecture and charming gardens.
Beach Barber Tract community
Today, Beach Barber Tract homes for sale are known for their refined architecture, incredible views and manicured oceanfront properties. The lovely community sits close to the Village and the Pacific Ocean and holds a fine collection of historic and luxury homes with a range of architecture styles, including contemporary, beach bungalow, California Ranch and Tudor Cottage. In addition, Beach Barber homes for sale often boast tranquil courtyards, custom pools, guesthouses and beautiful gardens.
Beach Barber real estate is close to Windansea Beach, a celebrated surfing spot known for its waves and historic Surf Shack. The serene community is also near many shops and restaurants.
The Beach Barber community also holds Villa La Jolla, a condominium located one block from the beach. Villa La Jolla rests on beautifully landscaped grounds and offers a wide assortment of amenities, including pools, spas, a fitness center and clubhouses.Dennis DeSouza on