Nestled amongst the rolling hills in the esteemed Santa Ynez Valley, Rancho Latigo offers a 4,675± acre bucolic landscape as the backdrop for a host of exquisite improvements. Featured in Architectural Digest, the lavish main residence designed by acclaimed architect David Leavengood features every luxury amenity imaginable, including a 10,000 bottle wine cellar, movie theater, gym, wood paneled office, six well-appointed en-suite bedrooms, and countless outdoor entertaining areas that surround the enormous swimmer's pool. Notable architectural elements include soaring ceilings, imported and hand-carved materials, stunning hardwood floors and wood beams, and French doors throughout that take advantage of ideal indoor-outdoor living. Other improvements include top-shelf equestrian facilities, three-bedroom guesthouse, helipad, and a tennis court. The ranch has an independent water source and possibilities for viticulture on 53 acres per a recent analysis. The ranch is also a strong candidate for a tax-incentivized donation of a conservation easement. The show-grade equestrian facilities feature an exquisitely designed and highly-photographed and published 11 stall stable, 10,000 square foot barn, covered riding arena, and various turnouts. Additional home and structure sites abound with utility and direct road access. This trophy property is a family legacy waiting to happen. It offers the respite and tranquility of a luxury resort with close proximity to Los Olivos and Santa Barbara. The current owner of this ranch is only the 4th owner since 1868.