Arroyo Grande

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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.

 

Climate

This  scenic,  coastal  town’s  mild  and  consistent  microclimate  contributes  to  a  healthy,  active  living  community.  With  average  daytime  temperatures  ranging  from  51-64°F and an average  precipitation  of  15  inches  per  year,  enjoying  outdoor  activities  year-round  contributes  to  the  best  a  California  lifestyle  has  to  offer.

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Culture

Arts  and  entertainment  are  not  lost  in  this  charming  small  town.  The  Clark  Center  hosts  nationally  recognized  professional  productions  as  well  as  local  and  touring  musicians,  dance  and  theater  troupes.  Crowds  flock  to  the  annual  Strawberry  Festival,  Harvest  Festival,  Christmas  Parade  and  free  outdoor  summer  concerts.

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Schools

Top-ranked  public,  charter  and  faith-based  schools,  preschools,  and  home  school  associations  provide  an  abundance  of  choices  for  education.  The  Lucia  Mar  Unified  School  District  boasts  a  top  15%  ranking  within  the  state.  Smaller  than  average  class  sizes  of  22  students  contribute  to  academic  success  before  college.  Cuesta  College  and  Cal  Poly  University  San  Luis  Obispo  are  nearby.

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Market

Arroyo Grande’s median  home  price  of  $716k makes the  city  an  affordable  option  for  families  and  retirees  to  enjoy  the  San  Luis  Obispo  County  lifestyle  at  a  lower  than  average  price. Prices have  risen  6.4%  over  the  past  year  and  are  predicted  to  rise  3.6%  in 2018,  making  it  a  popular  choice  for  property  investment.

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Lifestyle

Wine  tasting,  zip-lining,  water  skiing,  fishing,  cycling,  horseback  riding  and  antiquing  are  just  a  sampling  of  the  recreational  opportunities  here.  And,  if  eating  locally  and  sustainably  is  important,  you  will  love  living  on  the  Central  Coast!  Farmer’s  Markets  and  local  stores  have  farm-fresh,  organic  produce,  fresh  seafood  and  locally-grown  beef  -perfect  for  farm-to-table  dining.

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