Creston

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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.

Climate

On average, there are 286 sunny days per year in Creston. The July high is around 94 degrees. The January low is 32.

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Culture

Creston is known for horseback riding, rodeo, family activities, country music, and wine tasting. Three outlying wineries are the biggest draw: August Ridge Vineyards, Château Margene Estate Vineyard & Winery, and Shadow Run Vineyards.

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Schools

Creston has one elementary school and is located within the Atascadero Unified School District. The district has a 20:1 student/teacher ratio. There are four private schools in nearby Paso Robles, and the student/teacher ratio is 9:1. The North County campus of Cuesta College is about 15 minutes away.

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Market

The median home price in Creston is $445,500. The median home price for California is $409,33, so Creston’s real estate market is more expensive than the state average. Creston is less expensive than other areas of the San Luis Obispo–particularly coastal areas–due to its distance off Highway 101.

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Lifestyle

In Creston you will find barbecue, wine tasting, and olive oil tasting. Restaurant choices include the Creston Country Market and Deli, Longbranch Saloon, and Loading Chute.

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Creston Real Estate

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