Featured Properties

  • 13.18+/- Acres w/ 1,296 sq. ft. Home

  • $548,000

  • Status: Pending Sale

  • Paso Robles CA

  • MLS#NS21094145

This beautiful 13.18+/- Acre ranch and home are perfect for anyone wanting to get away from the hustle and bustle of city living and enjoy relaxing on the deck overlooking the farmland and natural forest.  Bring your animals, live off the land, or just sit and listen to the birds singing in the trees.  
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  • 18.48+/- Acres

  • $375,000

  • Status: For Sale

  • Paso Robles CA

  • MLS#NS20262511

18.48+/- Acres with views for miles.  Perfect for farming, a vineyard, orchard, horses, cattle and more.  Come build your dream home on this parcel that is close to town yet gives you the peace and quiet of living in the country.  The well drilled in March of 2021 was tested at 60 gpm!
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  • 498+/- Acres

  • $748,440

  • Status: For Sale

  • Shandon CA

  • MLS#NS20066005

498+/- Acres with two parcels, both in the Williamson Act for low property taxes.  Buy one, or both of the parcels! Perfect for farming, ranching, and also to build a home on.  The ranch is partially fenced and cattle and horse ready.
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  • 153+/- Acres

  • $649,000

  • Status: Off Market

  • Paso Robles CA

  • MLS#NS20257030

153+/-  Acre ranch with a well, barn, water storage tanks and fencing.  Bring your horses, cattle, sheep or goats.  Water and power and in - come build your home and start your farm or ranch. Land is a mix of farmland and woodland.  A seasonal stream runs through.
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  • 16+/- Acres

  • Sold for $250,000

  • Status: Sold

  • Creston CA

  • MLS#NS21016593

This beautiful 16+/- acre parcel has amazing distant views of surrounding vineyards, ranches, and farms and has many unique places to build your dream home.  

Welcome to the Central Coast of California!

What a beautiful place to live, work and play!  Located halfway between the major metropolitan areas of Los Angles and San Fransisco you get the best of both worlds – pristine old-California landscapes and also proximity to hospitals, airports and shopping.  With its
diverse economy there are many fields of employment just minutes from home.  Just think of having no commute!  And there may be no better place to retire, or semi-retire.  The climate, air-quality, and friendly people rival anywhere else in the world.  So beautiful is this area that many people have purchased a second home in this just to have a place to stay when taking part in the many local wine events, and horse sporting events.  For many the benefits of owning a vacation home just a few hours away is simply too attractive. This is the web site where you can find Paso Robles real estate for sale, as well as all Central Coast real estate for sale.

One big reason that people are moving to the three Counties of San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Monterey, is the weather.  The climate
is Mediterranean type weather.  Warm days, lots of sunshine, low humidity, and cool nights characterize the unbelievably comfortable weather.  Excellent air quality too is a big attractor.  On top of that there is very little auto traffic, friendly people, a slower pace of life, and many recreation options - starting with the Pacific Ocean.  Imagine owning your own California beachfront property.  There are unspoiled sandy beaches, ocean piers, spectacular cliffs, hiking trails, lighthouses and more.  You can surf, scuba dive, windsurf, kite board, or take a dune buggy ride on the sand dunes of Pismo Beach.  Pismo Beach Recreation Area is one of the few beaches in the country where you can drive your own car on the beach and camp.  Other parks nearby include Morro Dunes Natural Preserve, Montana de Oro State Park, Monarch Butterfly Park, Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area, Pismo Dunes Natural Preserve, Pismo State Beach, and Guadalupe Nipomo Dunes Preserve.  Further north is the Hearst Castle area, the entry to world-renowned Big Sur.  Some of the cities include Cambria, Napenthe, Carmel and Carmel Valley.

 

Other water sports such as water skiing and fishing are close at hand with public access to areas such as Lake Nacimiento, San Antonio Lake, Margarita Lake, Lopez Lake, Lake  achuma Recreation Area, and Lake Casitas Recreation Area.  You can buy lakefront property with or without a home.  Two of the large gated lake housing communities where you can buy a house on a lake are Heritage Ranch and Oak Shores.   In Heritage you can also buy a condominium on the water.

 

Or you could own a ranch or farm or vacant land next to the Los Padres National Forest or BLM land which allows you almost unlimited horseback riding, camping, and hunting.  Because there is still a lot of open range land, you  an buy a horse ranch, a cattle ranch, or an Alpaca farm on any of the large acreage parcels of land for sale.

 

Local parks include Pinnacles National Monument and Carriso Plains National Monument where you will find some of the most affordable land around.  California Valley is growing now with an influx of solar power companies setting up new electric generating businesses here.  And green building technologies are thriving including straw bale homes, solar power, wind power, radiant floor heating, and Leeds  Certification for buildings.

 

The wine industry in the Central Coast is getting bigger every day.  Some have said that this will be the ‘Next Napa’ of the California wine producing regions.  The climate is perfect to grow both Rhone varietals, and well as Burgundy style wines.  You can buy land and plant your own vines, or buy a vineyard, or buy a winery.  You can find Paso Robles vineyards for sale, and also Templeton vineyards for sale. Once you own a vineyard you will have lots of friendly support from the people that make wine on the Central Coast.  There is even a home wine makers club called “Wines and Steins” that has wine making equipment to share.  Major appellations including Paso Robles Appellation, and Templeton Gap.  There are over 200 wineries vineyards and tasting rooms locally that produce award winning vintages.  The number of Paso Robles Wineries is growing every year.  Olives are the new farm industry to come to the Central Coast.   You can buy a home on an orchard, or just buy an income producing olive orchard.  There is now a local olive crushing facility in Templeton.

Other points of interest on the Central Coast include 10 of the 21 California Missions.  Paso Robles hosts the California Mid-State Fair, many equine events, rodeos, and much more.  On the Central Coast you can find one of only three locations in the country with wild condors.  Or you can watch elephant seals on the beach, eagles in the air, and whales in the ocean.  Local schools are excellent.  The colleges include California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, and also Cuesta Community College in both San Luis
Obispo and also Paso Robles.

 

Santa Barbara is famous for its beaches and climate, as well as golf, spas, shopping and restaurants. Santa Ynez is a beautiful area made popular recently by the wine movie Sideways, and also the TV show The Batchelor, with Andrew Firestone of the Firestone Winery.  Ojai is another lovely community, home to many movie stars wanting to be close to Los Angles yet in beautiful, pristine location.  Ventura at the lower boundary of the Central Coast acts as a buffer to Los Angles.  The town of  Parkfield has a yearly rodeo, and is near the new James Dean memorial. Military bases include Fort Hunter Liggett and Camp Roberts - hunting and fishing is allowed.

In addition to homes and condos for sale you will also find commercial property, businesses for sale, and real estate in Paso Robles CA and all of the cities of the Central Coast including: Monterey, Salinas, Gonzales, Soledad, Greenfield, King City, Bradley, Parkfield,
Big Sur, Lockwood, San Miguel, Paso Robles, Cholame, Shandon, Santa Margarita, San Simeon, Cambria, Caycuos, Harmony, Avila Beach, Morro Bay, Templeton, Atascadero, Creston, Los Osos, Arroyo Grande, Grover Beach, San Luis Obispo, Pismo Beach, Oceano,
Nipomo, Santa Maria, Cuyama, Lompoc, Buelton, Santa Ynez, Los Olivos, Los Alamos, Solvang, Goleta, Santa Barbara, Carpenteria, Montecito, Ojai, Santa Paula, and  Ventura. When it comes to buying or selling a vineyard or winery there are many excellent  esources on the Central Coast to help you.