With a line of sight to Solvang, patrons can be seen at the fine dining restaurant First and Oak, as if street-side in Paris. The Mirabelle Hotel fits in nicely with the authentic Danish architecture in this Early California village established by Danes in 1911. Little room is left in this community of 5,800 with high occupancy and no rentals. Capitalize on the Tourist Commercial zoning of one of the last lots in what has become the safest and most desirable place to be. Unprecedented demand has reached the limit of what is available. When John Wayne said, "Buy land, they aren't making any more of it." He must have been talking about the Santa Ynez Valley. Separated from Santa Barbara and Santa Maria by 35 miles each way, growth is limited by zoning and subdivision is not possible. Now is the time to invest in this community that has consistent tourism and very high demand. The downtown location is next to a title company, wine tasting, dining and an extraordinary Farmers Market.