East Arroyo Grande Estate! This centrally located single-level Mediterranean Estate boasts a nearly 6000 sqft main residence, 2 bedroom guest house, and horse barn all on 3 gently rolling acres. Gated access offers complete privacy with mature trees that buffer the main residence on all sides. Lush landscaping and custom rock waterfalls are a dramatic backdrop to the smooth Santa Barbara stucco and Terra Cotta rooflines. The formal entry glows with limestone floors that contrast the exotic foliage. Glimpses through to the backyard from the foyer unveil an oasis. With 4 bedroom en suites, 8 bathrooms, and a 4+car garage complete with ample outdoor hardscaping and parking, this compound offers a wealth of options to be considered. Truly, the stout nature of the home is exemplary with hefty open-beam trusses, cathedral ceilings, wood-burning fireplaces lined in brick, dark rich oak floors, and matching stained windows and doors. The great room opens to the airy kitchen with cherry cabinetry, expansive windows, Wolf 6-burner range, Verdi custom copper hood, and commercial built-in appliances. Store countless bottles of wine in the most unique cellar in the county. The great room spills outside to the resort-like environment complimenting the indoor spaces equally. Poolside entertaining is a must in this exotic landscaped haven with heated pool, swim up bar, and cabana all designed to offer unique experiences and enjoyment. The additional guest house features 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with its own dedicated access from Phillips road as well as direct access from the main entrance of the property. It features a large open main room with living and kitchen, spacious grounds in both front and rear, ample parking and plenty of options for rental potential, use and a mother-in-law unit, or to split the parcel using SB-9. Additional separate barn with 3 large horse stalls, a wash stall, ample hay-storage, workroom/loft, and adequate parking offers yet more options for the adventurous at heart. The property features various palm, fruit, and other native trees, and an exotic array of succulents, cactus, foliage, and mature landscaping that takes years to envision, and decades to create and maintain.