Arroyo Grande A city nestled in the hills of the Central Coast of California, Arroyo Grande offers sparkling views of the Pacific Ocean. With a variety of microclimates, culture, and recreational activities, Arroyo Grande Real Estate is highly sought-after. Rich in history, as well as modern living, families thrive and new friends are discovered. Making this an ideal place to call home.
Atascadero Perfectly situated in Paso Robles wine country and surrounded by over 200 world-class wineries, Atascadero is a must-visit for wine lovers. This area’s small-town, family-friendly hospitality is a joy to return to after an adventurous day of golfing, wine tasting, hiking, biking, or enjoying the lake. Atascadero’s unique lifestyle and rural atmosphere hints at the rich heritage of this area evidenced by charming historical buildings.
Avila Beach If the beach is foggy in Pismo, you may find the sun you are looking for at Avila Beach. A lush, oak-lined valley area leads to this local-favorite hot spot that proves to be a refuge for beach goers hoping to escape the more touristy beach areas. Avila exemplifies a California beach town from yesteryear with its quaint downtown area that beckons visitors and locals alike to stroll... Read More
Buellton The growing city of Buellton is nestled below the Santa Rita Hills in an area known for world-class grapes and fertile farmlands where talented growers, vintners, chefs, and tastemakers deliver their best. This friendly town provides unique opportunities for dining, outdoor exploration, wine tasting, and vineyard tours. Start your adventure with a stroll down the Avenue of Flags to visit tasting rooms, restaurants, and unique shops.
Cambria Known as the ultimate getaway, Cambria is where you go to get lost among the pines and rediscover the beauty of the sea. Numerous picturesque locations provide perfect opportunities for stunning photography and spontaneous picnics. This stunning coastline boasts unique beaches like Moonstone Beach that are adorned with small, smooth stones in a beautiful array of colors.
Cayucos This quaint resort town exudes a nostalgic California beach town vibe with its relaxed atmosphere and slower pace. Situated on the Estero Bay, Cayucos provides quiet waters for enjoying the ocean. Cayucos offers endless opportunities for adventure: surf or kayak in morning, ride your bike in the afternoon, and enjoy a restaurant or local tavern in the evening.
Creston A 15-minute drive east from Atascadero leads to the charming town of Creston. This designated wine-growing area offers country appeal with its majestic oaks, fertile farmland, and an abundance of rustic charm.
Grover Beach Come to this beautiful, coastal playground that provides unlimited recreational activities to enjoy any time of year. At the end of West Grand Avenue, you can drive your vehicle on the beach to explore an off-road area among the most popular and unique of California State Parks. The 5.5 miles of beach open for vehicle use--and the sand dunes available for off-highway motor vehicle recreation--are attractions for visitors... Read More
Guadalupe This small, picturesque agricultural town boasts a rich, colorful history. It is perfectly located between the ocean and vast, agricultural fields near the famous Guadalupe-Nipomo Dunes, a National Natural Landmark and a perfect place to enjoy nature.
Lompoc Home to Vandenberg Air Force Base, Lompoc is a town that embraces big-city art, deep culture, and small-town hospitality. Numerous outdoor murals tell the story of Lompoc’s past and adorn the storefronts in the older part of town. The nearby beaches provide a sanctuary for solitude as well as a haven for whale watchers, surfers, and fishermen. Lompoc boasts famous flower fields, award-winning wines, and exciting possibilities for outdoor... Read More
Los Alamos Don't be fooled by the size. There is more than meets the eye when you can count only seven blocks of town. Formerly a stagecoach stop, Los Alamos is rich in Old West history and is surrounded by beautiful acres of vineyards, farms, and ranches. Los Alamos is referred to as “Little LA” by locals for its large share in the foodie movement as well as wine and... Read More
Los Olivos Situated in the heart of Santa Ynez wine country, this place is bursting with country charm. This quaint town may be tiny but it offers a surprising variety in wine tasting, gift shopping, and delicious dining. The core downtown area is in a five-block area of various century-old buildings. Los Olivos has a laid-back, friendly appeal that makes it a special place to call home.
Los Osos This bayside, peaceful haven on the north coast of San Luis Obispo County is perfectly suited for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers. Enjoy pristine beaches, mountain biking, horseback riding, hiking, paddling, bird watching, and more in Montana de Oro State Park, which offers miles of trails with views of stunning coastline. Wildflowers bloom in the spring, and tide pools wait to be explored.
Morro Bay This charming fishing village is humming with excitement along its waterfront Embarcadero. It is home to Morro Rock, a distinctive landmark along the coastline that is visible from all directions. Nature beckons with miles of sandy beaches, seemingly endless trails, and a peaceful estuary.
Nipomo This relaxed agricultural community has an old-town feeling with its vineyards, orchards, flower fields, and country houses. This town is ideal for residents who prefer a warmer climate and more property compared to the more expensive coastal areas. Two world-class golf courses draw enthusiasts for a luxurious afternoon with sweeping views of the mesa and distant sand dunes.
Oceano The coastal community of Oceano is known for the Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area--an exclusive coastline of beach that allows motor vehicles on the sand. Families and friends gather to spend the day in the sun and the evening to watch a magnificent sunset and build s’mores around a beach bonfire.
Orcutt Located on the south side of Santa Maria, Orcutt is a highly desirable area for its small-town charm and family friendly lifestyle. Old Town Orcutt, a bit reminiscent of the Old West, was established in 1904 and is a local destination for restaurant and shops--all located within a few blocks. There are five wine-tasting rooms located here.
Paso Robles Located on the Salinas River, Paso Robles is a combination of charming country and fine wine. This area is known for sunny days and majestic oak trees. Paso Robles is an ideal climate for wine-making and great for family-friendly outdoor activities.
Pismo Beach Self described as “Classic California,” and made famous by Bugs Bunny, Pismo Beach is one of the biggest draws on the Central Coast. The stunning sunsets attract dozens of people every evening as they witness the vivid colors manifest in the sky and then disappear into the ocean horizon. Traffic sometimes backs up due to whale migration visible from the highway. The natural beauty evident here gives local... Read More
San Luis Obispo Thanks to the proximity of Cal Poly State University and Cuesta College, San Luis Obispo is a vibrant community of college students, families, and professionals. This city has been called “America’s Happiest City’ for many reasons, but the concurring opinion is that we all love the “SLO” life.
San Miguel Discover an authentic taste of the Old West in San Miguel. The site of the 16th California mission built in the late 1700s, this town retains its charm and historical roots. The beautiful countryside surrounding San Miguel is used for vineyards, raising cattle, and almond farms.
San Simeon Home to the world-famous Hearst Castle along scenic Highway 1, San Simeon offers sweeping views of the dramatic coastline. A short drive north leads to Ragged Point and Big Sur. An elephant seal rookery is situated on the west side of the highway. The beaches here are untarnished and beautiful.
Santa Margarita This quiet town serves as the gateway to Carrizo Plain National Monument and is only a 10-mile drive from San Luis Obispo. Established in 1889, Santa Margarita contains historical and modern discoveries for all. The lake and surrounding hiking trails provides endless outdoor adventures for nature lovers.
Santa Maria Situated in a thriving agricultural area, Santa Maria gives you a front-row seat to the best produce our region offers. It is the perfect home base for exploring the Central Coast with its affordable housing and close access to everything you need.
Santa Ynez Nestled among rolling hills and grape vines in a scenic area that hints of its Chumash history is the town of Santa Ynez. This cowboy town delivers sophistication with its selection of modern shops, art galleries, and delightful restaurants. Late 1800’s-style building facades decorate the downtown area and add charm to this locale.
Shandon Surrounded by grasslands, low hills, and a thriving agricultural region is the town of Shandon. This peaceful, quiet community is home to several large vineyards and both the San Juan and Cholame creeks. This area attracts young families and professionals.
Solvang This charming and authentic Danish-American village is a special place enjoyed by all ages. You will be enchanted by Old-World Danish architecture, folk dancing, music, galleries, shops, and authentic bakeries. Flowers decorate the streets of this quaint town of Scandinavian culture.
Templeton The town of Templeton still retains the charm of a bygone era. This rustic, small town is a pleasant, family-friendly community with character evident in its Main Street downtown area. Recognized as a world-class wine producer, Templeton is surrounded by agricultural land. It is considered the medical center of Northern San Luis Obispo County with the region’s only hospital and over 40 doctor’s offices, labs, and medical service providers... Read More