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Grover Beach,
California  93433

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Featured Properties

We can SELL your Home!!

Manufactured Home Nipomo
Own The Land
Priced To SELL - $169,000

New Construction Ocean Views
3 Bedrooms 2.5 Baths
North Grover Beach - $759,000

Single Level 1500 Square Ft
Grover Beach ~ 3 Bedroom

Lake San Antonio Home
Sleeps 8 - 2 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms
Vacation Ready - $239,500

Top of the Hill in Pismo
4 Bedrooms 3 Baths
Pismo Beach - $599,000

Brand New Home    
Oceano Private Street - $399,000 

Great Starter or Fixer Upper
Near New Community Center
Oceano - $185,000

Land Sale With Rental
Commercial - Visitor Services 

4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms
3 Car Garage
Nipomo - $358,000

East of Freeway
4 Bedrooms 3 Baths 1,642 Sq Ft
Nipomo - $330,000

2 Bedrooms 2 Bath
Furnished & Car Included
Oceano - $220,000 

3 Bedrooms 2 baths
1999 sq. ft. Country Views
Templeton  $519,000

Venetian Styled Estate  
2.5 acres Arroyo Grande
with Guest House - $1,650,000

East of Freeway
3 Bedrooms 2 Baths
Nipomo - $310,000

Cypress Ridge Golf Course Home
4 Bedroom 4.5 Bath 3900 sq ft
Casitas & 3 car garage - $950,000

Ocean View Home
3 Bedroom 3 Baths
Grover Beach - $385,000

Approved Short Sale
Nipomo 2 Bedroom 1.5 Bath
Nipomo Village - $147,000

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Single Level Great Neighborhood
Arroyo Grande 3 Bedroom
1847 Sq. Ft. - $459,000

1,700 Square Feet
4 Bedrooms 2.5 Baths
Oceano - $409,000

3 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms
Roof Deck Ocean Views
Grover Beach $350,000

3 Bedrooms 3 Bath
Granite & Custom Tile
Grover Beach - $329,000

North Grover Ocean View
2 Bedroom Large Backyard
Grover Beach - $319,000

4 Bedroom 3 Baths
Single Level 1 Acre
Nipomo - $514,000

2 Bedrooms 2 Baths
Excellent Condition
Grover Beach - $269,500

Ocean View Home
4 bedrooms - 2,300 Sq. Ft.
Rancho Grande $650,000

5 Bedrooms on Large Lot
3470 sq. ft. on 1/3 Acre in Town
$599,000 - Arroyo Grande

New 3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms
1,150 Square Feet
Oceano $229,000

Tiffany Park Orcutt
3 Bedroom 2 Baths
Premium Lot - $299,000

1 Bedroom Beach Get A Way
Close to the Beach
Grover Beach - $210,000

3 Bedroom 3 Bath 1740 Sq Ft 
New Ocean View Home
Grover Beach $550,000

Pismo Beach Ocean View
3 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms
2,000 Sq Ft - $779,000

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The Five Cities

BOB HOWELLS from Auto Clubs' "Avenues" magazine 1997

Meet the part of San Luis Obispo County that is not Mission-beautiful San Luis Obispo nor artsy Cambria nor Hearst's San Simeon. The five cities of south San Luis Obispo County, clustered amid coastal mountains, farmland, and the Pacific ocean, are places of charm and beauty too often overlooked in the rush to more famous points north.

Of the five, none is a city in any metropolitan sense, and two aren't cities in any sense. The five are Arroyo Grande, Grover Beach (see Grover City; a recent name change reminds visitors that Pismo has no monopoly on sand), Oceano and Shell Beach. Oceano is unincorporated, and Shell Beach was long ago annexed by Pismo Beach; nonetheless, these are the five, and each has a distinctive character.

Shell Beach is all about cliffs- sheer bluffs that tumble to the cold Pacific at the northern end of Pismo Beach. Walk the precipice of cliffs at Margo Dodd Park (get there by heading west on Cliff Avenue from main drag Shell Beach Road) and you feel like a silent chorister amid a littoral din: gulls and other throngs of other shorebirds, the surge and break of gentle waves, and sometimes the hoarse arfing of harbor seals. Stairs take you closer to the action- when the tide's out, tide pooling is superb. Or rent a kayak and get a seals eye view of the cliffs caves and offshore boulders.

Pismo Beach is a time-warp shrine to days when our beach towns were unpretentious places meant for just goofing off. Gravity here pulls everyone down Pomeroy Avenue to the Pismo Pier, where you'll want to stroll out and see what they're catching or whether the surf's up. Rent a banana bike and you become a human-powered dune buggy. Pomeroy Avenue and its side streets are lined with snack bars and surf shops and plenty of opportunities to buy knickknacks and T-shirts. The Pismo Beach Chamber of Commerce (805) 773-4382 can provide maps for the Five Cities area.

The chowder's good at Splash Cafe (the bivalves are imported though; the famous Pismo clams aren't sold commercially), and Pismo Fish and Chips on Cypress Street has the best of its ilk you'll find anywhere. On the south edge of Pismo Beach, the tall eucalyptus trees that surround Pismo State Beach's North Campground are known as butterfly trees from November to February, when hundreds of thousands of monarchs cluster in them; follow a marked path off Highway 1 to catch the action.

Poor Grover Beach. Its beach is really Pismo's, and its town is entirely inland. No matter. It has access to a state-operated ramp for driving on the hard-packed sand ($4 to drive, free to walk). It's also a good place to try clam digging, but you'll need a state fishing license. Next door to the ramp is a small but lovely oceanfront golf course, Pismo State Beach Golf Course, (805) 481-5215.

Drive south from Grover by sand or by Highway 1 and you'll reach Oceano and another beach ramp, plied by dune buggies headed into a long stretch of sandbox. Although RV sites outnumber residents here, Oceano has another claim to fame: the first-rate Great American Melodrama and Vaudville, (805) 489-2499, replete with good grub, villains to hiss at, and old-fashioned sing-alonging.


Arroyo Grande, my hometown, is the only landlocked member of the Five Cities, but its vintage downtown village outcharms the others. It's a place meant for walking: pursue the antique shops that line Branch Street, grab a homemade ice cream at Burnardo'z, and slurp it in the little city park that leads to the village's landmark swinging footbridge over Arroyo Grande Creek.

If it's Saturday, there's a farmers' market in the park and music in the town gazebo. Walk across the bridge and feel how its sway evokes a nostalgia for slower times and simple pleasures. The freeway can wait. Check out the size of those strawberries.

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