It's definitely more sunny up in Cabrillo, and a lot of the times Cabrillo is looking over the fogged-in town of Los Osos. But of course there are a few of those days in the middle of summer that all of Los Osos is fogged in, even Cabrillo Estates.
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Vickie, there are many properties available in the Templeton/Paso area. A mores specific idea of your needs would help. How much land, and how close to which town do you want/need to be? Templeton and Paso are only about five miles apart, so anywhere in between would be "close" to both. You mention that the quality of the house is least important, but what are you looking for? Number of bedrooms and baths? Square footage, one or two stories, etc.? Finally,what price range are you looking in? More details will get you better information. I would be delighted to help you find what you're looking for.... more
Your buyers agent needs to assist you with all these questions.
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SLO County (and particularly SLO itself) is a wonderful place to retire...or just live! You have the right idea to spend more time here on visits, and check out all the neighborhoods. There is something for everyone here. Arroyo Grande and Pismo Beach, while near the ocean, have lots of great neighborhoods that are out of the "fog line" and have moderate, reasonably warm, weather. And as long as you are not insistent upon an ocean view, AG in particular can offer lower prices on very nice homes in good neighborhoods.
Good luck with your search, and I hope you will soon be a new neighbor!... more
Prices are lower across Madonna Road from the lake, but the neighborhood is not so nice. The nearer the lake the house is, of course, the more you will have to spend. A problem with many streets around Laguna Lake north of Madonna Road is that so many houses are rented to students. However, there are nice homes and relatively quiet streets as well.
My best advice is to drive by often, especially at night, and see how many cars are parked on the streets, whether or not parties are going on (usually on weekends), etc. Check things out carefully, and you will be able to find a nice lower-priced home in that area.
I specialize in SLO homes and would be happy to point you to a few bargains in that area. See my link below, or call me at 8-05-235-2351. Good luck!... more
In San Luis Obispo there are 12 manufactured home/mobile home communities. 11 of these are communities are space rental communities. The space rents in these communities range from approx. $300 all the way up to $1,400 per month. This rental fee typically covers rent on the land, water and sewer fees, and garbage fees. There is one community in San Luis Obispo that is tenant owned. The home owner's fees there are $111 per month. That includes water, trash, and sewer fees. That community is a 55+ community. It is called Chumash Village. There is one other 55+ community called Rancho San Luis. In the all age communities,, Creekside, Laguna Lake Mobile Estates, and Silver City are the nicest mobile home communities.... more
you can check the MLSListings Pro used by California Real Estate Agent for the sold price, and use Realist, a feature withing MLS Pro to search withing county record for the names of current owners.... more