JUST 90 MILES north of Los Angeles in Santa Barbara County, Montecito has long been home (or second home) to wealthy buyers lured by its beauty, comfy microclimate and proximity to the city. Santa Barbara is one of the United States’ wealthiest counties, and its priciest homes can be found in this 9,000-resident enclave. In the early 1900s the rich flocked here to build houses; by 1920 Montecito had more millionaires per acre than anywhere in the U.S., and many of these grand estates have been passed down through the generations. Here’s a look at the tenfigure moguls who live there—and several current listings, should you hanker to join them. CHARLIE MUNGER $14 MILLION (2016 TOTAL ASSESSED VALUE OF THREE PROPERTIES) “Mungerville” is the locals’ nickname for the gated community the Berkshire Hathaway vice chairman (net worth: $1.4 billion) developed in the 1990s. Its formal name is Sea Meadow, 22 acres of beachside land dotted with 32 Normandy-style mansions, of which Munger owns two (plus one other lot). Two Sea Meadow properties were recently on the market for around $4.5 million.