102 Bridge Street
Arroyo Grande, CA, 93420
Designations: DRE #02061425
Mia Huerta is originally from Santa Barbara California, she is seventh generation and is from a large local family. Her mother always had an eye for design and her father was a engineer and an artist.
Mia is a legacy of Marymount school and attended for 10 years. She also went to Santa Barbara High school and city college studying child psychology.
Mia spent many years team teaching pre-kindergarten at Marymount school, running their after school program and teaching art during the summers.
She started selling at the age of 15 and worked and managed stores in Santa Barbara, while having a lengthy career in modeling. Mia moved to Arroyo grande in 2000 and fell in love with the Central Coast and bought her first home. It was then that her creativity for design and her passion for real estate could be combined.
Mia is active in the community as an elks member and ICF member. She was also a Boy Scout leader for many years . Mia loves volunteering at her sons school. First at Saint Patrick’s in Arroyo Grande – she was a room mother twice and a treasurer for the PTA for three years . She also enjoyed being the junior high cooking teacher. She was a founding member of two benefits that are put on annually and raised money in memory of a local teacher for the school. Her volunteering now finds her at Mission College prep organizing events where her son is now attending.
Mia runs a VRBO and loves hosting and holding events at her home. In her spare time you will find her at her son’s basketball games, gardening, hiking and wine tasting .
Mia believes the Central Coast is an ideal place to live. Local events every weekend with a small-town community feel. Lots of wonderful restaurants with great views and food. Ocean, mountains and vineyards are always just minutes from each other. Mia wants everyone to have the opportunity to enjoy this paradise that she calls home.