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Fox Business
Fox Business
23 Feb 2024


Jonny Cat kitty-litter heiress Joi Stephens is selling her massive Santa Barbara, California-area property up for sale.

The asking price has been set at $88 million for the 11.3-acre property perched among the hills of the wealthy Hope Ranch area of Santa Barbara, according to The Agency real estate brokerage.

The property offers a "vast canvas for the creation of an unparalleled estate," its listing said.

An overhead view of the $88 million property in Hope Ranch

An overhead view of the $88 million property in Hope Ranch (CHRISTOPHER AMITRANO/CS8 PHOTO)

It hosts a 7,500-square-foot home replete with four bedrooms, five bathrooms and one half-bath, according to The Agency. The brokerage described the home’s architecture as "mid-century" and the equestrian-zoned property’s views as "city-to-ocean." It was built in 1961.

A view of the dining area in the Hope Ranch, California property
A view of a living area in the $88 million home
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A view of the dining area located within the Hope Ranch, California, property

Amenities include private beach access as well as a pool and pool house.

The pool near the home

The pool near the home (CHRISTOPHER AMITRANO/CS8 PHOTO)

Its listing, earlier reported by The Wall Street Journal, marked a "first-time presentation on the market of 3 adjoining parcels spanning a total of 11.3 acres" in Hope Ranch, per The Agency.

The property has been owned by Joi Stephens since the deaths of her parents, John Stephens, who founded the company that made Johnny Cat litter, and his wife Betty, an executive.

The sprawling property owned put up for sale by Joi Stephens

The sprawling property owned put up for sale by Joi Stephens (CHRISTOPHER AMITRANO/CS8 PHOTO)

"They call me the kitty-litter heiress who lives in the crown jewel of Santa Barbara, because it’s so spectacular," Joi Stephens told the Journal.