Nipomo

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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.

Climate

On average, there are 289 sunny days per year in Nipomo. The July high is around 72 degrees. The January low is 42.  This region experiences warm and dry summers with no average monthly temperatures above 71.6 °F. According to the Köppen Climate Classification system, Nipomo has a warm-summer Mediterranean climate.

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Culture

Just west of Nipomo lies the Oso Flaco Lake Natural Area. Visitors can cross a mile-long boardwalk to a pristine, white-sand beach. This area is a bird sanctuary and a remarkable natural habitat. History enthusiasts enjoy the Dana Adobe, built in 1851. Its Cultural Center tells the story of earlier history with displays and art exhibits. Don’t miss the Luffa Farm and Nipomo Native Garden.

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Schools

There are five schools in Nipomo. Central Coast New Tech academic test scores are rated far above the state average. There are no private schools, but you can find one within a 15-minute drive north or south.  Cuesta Community College and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo University are within 25 miles of city limits. Allan Hancock is within 15 miles to the south.

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Market

The median home value in Nipomo is $595,950. Nipomo home values increased 4.3% over the past year, and Zillow predicts they will rise 3.7% within the next year. The median list price per square foot in Nipomo is $328, which is lower than the San Luis Obispo Metro average of $366.

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Lifestyle

Just west of Nipomo lies the Oso Flaco Lake Natural Area. Visitors can cross a mile-long boardwalk to a pristine, white-sand beach. This area is a bird sanctuary and a remarkable natural habitat. History enthusiasts enjoy the Dana Adobe, built in 1851. Its Cultural Center tells the story of earlier history with displays and art exhibits. Don’t miss the Luffa Farm and Nipomo Native Garden.

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