Famous artist Donald “Drawbertson” Robertson placed his Montecito home on the market for $5.8 million. The property offers four-bedrooms on a total of 1.3 acres, with luxury real estate agent Rochelle Atlas Maize of Nourmand & Associates, a California family-owned-and-operated luxury real estate boutique, serving as the agent for the sale.

“There is nothing comparable to this property,” said Maize. “The architecture, overall design aesthetic and highly coveted location creates a rare opportunity for those looking to experience the very best Montecito has to offer.”

Standing by a floor to ceiling arched window looking out to the Santa Barbara Mountains, Robertson muses, “this house was designed to inspire.” With the help of lauded designer Paul Fortune, Robertson and his wife Kimberly Gieske have revamped the 1920’s vintage Spanish Hedgerow estate, providing a balance of modern living and classic architecture.

Nourmand & Associates have been served celebrities, entertainment attorneys, and high net worth clients for over 40 years. Operating since 1976, Nourmand & Associates’ listings have sold to high net worth international buyers across the world, including China, Indonesia, Dubai, Belgium, the Netherlands and Iran.

“We wanted a retreat that was warm, modern, yet allowed the natural beauty of Montecito to hold center stage. It was important that the interior and exterior merged seamlessly together,” adds Gieske.

Photos courtesy of David Palmero Photography.