After cooling off her heels at the $14 million high-tech ski home in Colorado, Oprah Winfrey is back on the scene by adding the $28.85 million Seamair Farm to her assets. The media and lifestyle mogul’s new equestrian estate is located in the seaside community of Montecito, in Santa Barbara County, California.oprahwinfrey_IEquestrian_Estate_California_1The 23.26-acre estate borders the 40 acres property already owned by Winfrey and features the one-story, Ranch-style, multi-winged, main house which has been designed by renowned California architect Cliff May.oprahwinfrey_IEquestrian_Estate_California_4Spanning 5,016 square feet, it is home to four bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms along with three guest/family bedrooms and five fireplaces. The master suite is super-sized and comprises a spacious private sitting room with built-ins and wet bar, an even more ample bedroom, two pretty average-sized bathrooms, three walk-in closets plus a closet-lined dressing hall, and two small offices with exterior access. Phew!oprahwinfrey_IEquestrian_Estate_CaliforniaThe main living spaces, which include a large living room, adjacent dining space, compact kitchen and a cozy family room, and one of the guest bedrooms open to a deep covered patio that overlooks a swimming pool and surrounding gardens.oprahwinfrey_IEquestrian_Estate_California_2The Seamair property of the 60 year old billionaire also boasts of two private wells which is a big bonus to cope up with California’s epic and ongoing years long drought. Considered to be one of the largest properties in Montecito, California, it had hit the market for the first time in 40 years.oprahwinfrey_IEquestrian_Estate_California_5Oprah-WinfreyVariety