221 Esparto Ave, Pismo Beach, CA 93449
221 Esparto Ave, Pismo Beach, CA 93449
221 Esparto Ave, Pismo Beach, CA 93449
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221 Esparto Ave
Pismo Beach, CA 93449

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Description

Newly renovated home in the heart of shell beach. Walking distance to the beach, and all restaurants. Fully furnished including all utilities, cable, and internet.
Front yard has a driveway for parking and a unbelievable lay out to enjoy a nice sunny day with a BBQ going.

2 bed / 2 bath
stacked washer, dryer included
No pets
No smoking

Rent: $4,000
Deposit: $3,800
Application Fee: $20
Available: 7-15-17

Contact:
Burnes Commercial Group
Paul Swack
BRE# 02032510

Details for 221 Esparto Ave

Utilities Included
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Parking
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Heating
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Cooling
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Laundry
Washer, Dryer
Pets Allowed
No

Property Information

Year Built
Year Built: 1948
Property Type / Style
Property Type: Single Family Home

Rental

FurnishedNo pets allowedDeposit: $4,000

Interior Features

Appliances & Utilities
DryerWasher

Exterior Features

Parking & Garage
Assigned Parking SpaceParking: Off Street,

Lot Information

Lot Size: 2,708 sqft

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Affordability

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What Locals Say about Pismo Beach

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    "Like: Dog owners would love this neighborhood so many small parks and sidewalks. Not like: nothing not to like. "
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    "It’s very walkable. Close to the beach, hiking, and the local elementary school. Homes are pricey. Rents can be expensive."
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    "During summer there are movies nights and music at the parks. Fourth of July is crazy fun at the pier and the fireworks are spectacular."
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    "just passing through ,too expensive to live but would love to live here sets some roots for my grand kids "
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    "Lots of outdoor spaces for dogs to explore!! Great water ways for dogs that love to swim. Great trails for walking dogs. "
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    "Lots of dogs and they’re allowed on the beach which is wonderful. Haven’t seen any unattended droppings and everyone seems kind of friendly but mostly tourist."
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    "We drove in from Los Angeles. So we originally used valet to park our car once we got here. Once we got here we pretty much walked everywhere because our hotel is right by the pier which is centrally located to everything we wanted to do. While the sidewalks are busy with foot traffic there doesn’t seem to be issues with traffic or places to park. I was told by a bartender that Pismo Beach does not have public transportation. He said the people on staff park far away and use scooters to commute the rest of the way. "
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    "Pismo Beach is a great place to live! We’ve been here four years and love how safe & clean the community is and how friendly our neighbors are. The close proximity to San Luis Obispo is a big plus too! Lots of local events that are family friendly and terrific fireworks display each 4th of July! Only complaints are how crowded neighborhood streets are from tourism in the summer months and the fact power seems to go out almost every time it rains. "
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  • Trulia User
    "The neighborhood that we live in is mostly retired individuals, second home visitors and tourists. Not a good place for young families with children"
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    "My wife and I have only lived in Pismo Beach for six months and our house was broken into after two months. But the Pismo Beach police were terrific, very competent and recovered some of the stolen items. We like our neighborhood, although we find it a bit odd that there are so many houses with renters living there."
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  • Trulia User
    "Great weather! We visit here but live in Fresno. We come as often as possible as we own a timeshare in a RV Park. "
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    "i live close enough to downtown Pismo Beachbbut far away from the tourist crowds few blocks from the beach "
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    "Live here and the area is close to everything , sports, entertainment, beach, shopping, great parks and great neighbors.."
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Local Legal Protections

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221 Esparto Ave, Pismo Beach, CA is a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 720 sqft single-family home built in 1948. 221 Esparto Ave was listed for rent for $3,400/month on Oct 8, 2021.