Scotch-drinking stand-up comedian Ron White, a veteran of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, recently listed his Montecito residence for sale with a price tag of $4,475,000. Despite White's hilarious reputation, this three-bedroom, three-bathroom home on 3.25 acres of land is no joke.
Built in 1973, this single-story Southern California property may be a modest 2,354 square feet in size, but it has no shortage of luxurious features and unforgettable views. The rooms are accented by beamed ceilings and curved archways, while the floor plan' layout provides serene views of the Pacific Ocean from nearly anywhere in the home.
Off of the living room you'll discover the 570-square-foot covered terrace, a scenic outdoor patio equipped with stained teak flooring and plenty of comfortable seating, perfect for taking in the home's peaceful ambiance amidst the surrounding scenery.
In the master bedroom, you'll find sliding glass doors that provide a floor-to-ceiling view of the surrounding greenery and crystal blue ocean waters below, as well as another private outdoor seating area.
The residence's gourmet kitchen was designed with the needs of an expert chef in mind, featuring professional-quality stainless steel appliances, a classical-looking wood center island, tile countertops and backsplashes, a range hood hidden by architectural craftsmanship, and an oversized window looking out to the water.
Out back, the surrounding hillside terrain creates a private yard and garden, seemingly free from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Here you can enjoy the peace and quiet, soaking up the sun's rays, or venture up the property's adjacent steps and explore the green countryside.
Since 1987, Ron White has entertained audiences around world with his stand-up comedy, but his biggest break came when he joined Jeff Foxworthy's Blue Collar Comedy Tour in 2000. From there, White appeared in a number of movies and television shows, including his 2005 special, The Ron White Show. He is also an accomplished author, with his book I Had the Right to Remain Silent But I Didn't Have the Ability making an appearance on the New York Times best seller list.
In 2010, White founded Organica Music Group (OMG) with friend and producer Michael Blakely. OMG focuses on helping up-and-coming musicians and comedians break into the industry, as well as promoting established talent including The Beach Boys, Sinbad, and Gabriel Iglesias.