Located on wooded hillsides overlooking the Pacific coast, the Ennisbrook Clubhouse and Casitas are representative of the Spanish Colonial and Spanish Revival architecture of Santa Barbara, California. The Clubhouse is approximately 3,500 square feet. The Casitas include eighteen single-family residences ranging from 2,700 to 3,600 square feet plus garages, a pool house, and an employee affordable residence.
The Spanish Colonial style Clubhouse and recreation center are located on a site which was originally a polo field on an estate owned by Elmer Boseke, an Olympic polo player in the 1920’s. The Clubhouse was designed to relate to its counterpart, the original adobe estate house which stands on the adjacent property. The facility includes tennis, swimming, aerobics and private meeting space. The architecture of the Clubhouse includes hand-hewn timber trusses, massive plaster walls, and handcrafted detailing in the wood windows, fireplaces, and millwork. The Ennisbrook Clubhouse was the recipient of the Santa Barbara Beautiful Award for 1991.