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Peaceful in Paso is a 3 bedroom, 2 bath 1400 square foot home located in Paso’s beautiful Westside. A unique benefit to this property is that it’s four short blocks from the town center yet tucked into the quiet Westside hills which make for a peaceful visit to the area. The master suite has a queen size bed and adjoining bathroom with a custom shower, antique claw foot bathtub and custom concrete countertops at the lavatories. The second bedroom has a queen size sleigh bed and the third bedroom has an iron day bed with trundle. The living room sofa pulls out into a queen bed with a memory foam mattress. Peaceful in Paso can comfortably sleep 8 people.
The home has a full kitchen with a 5 burner stove, dishwasher, microwave, toaster, blender, Kitchenaide mixer, Keurig coffee maker and even a wine fridge for all of your wine tour purchases. Forced heating and air make your stay comfortable in both the winter and summer months. There is a 37” television in the living room along with a Blu-ray player and surround sound; cable service and Wi-Fi are provided. There is a backyard patio with outdoor seating and a secluded brick patio on the side of the home with furniture for outdoor dinners on beautiful warm evenings. A gas barbeque is provided on the brick patio. There is an indoor laundry room with washer and dryer for your convenience.
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Over 200 wineries call Paso Robles home making wine tasting one of the most popular attractions to the area. Visit the Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance at www.pasowine.com for more information and help on planning your next trip to area.
Aside from wine, Paso Robles also has become home for a number of breweries as well. Take a tour of the popular Firestone Walker Brewing Company and learn how their famous DBA (Double Barrel Ale) is made or walk next door to the Taproom Restaurant and experience their full lineup. Check out www.firestonebeer.com for more info.
The newly built Vina Robles Amphitheatre has quickly become a prime attraction to the area bringing in big name musical acts that previously could only be seen in larger metropolitan areas. Visit their website at www.vinaroblesamphitheatre.com for a schedule of events.
The California Mid-State Fair that occurs between the last week in July and first week in August provides a small county fair feel with big time fun. Concerts, equestrian shows, livestock shows, a rodeo and monster truck rally, rides, games, delicious food and drink are all reasons to come visit at that time. Visit the fairs website at www.midstatefair.com to find out a schedule of events.
Located just 45 minutes away in San Simeon is the famous Hearst Castle. Take a short tram ride up to the top of the Hearst Family Estate and experience the 20’s and 30’s through the eyes of William Randolph Hearst.
After taking a tour and seeing the spectacular sights of the Hearst families home away from home, drive 5 more minutes north up highway 1 and experience a small stretch of beach that is home to 17,000 Northern Elephant Seals. This is a spectacle of nature that can’t be missed.
For those of you with children visiting in the summer months, cool them off from those California temperatures by spending a day at The Ravine waterpark. With waterslides, a wave pool, a kiddie pool and lazy river, there is something for everyone at The Ravine. It is only open during the warm months of the year, so check out their website at www.ravinewaterpark.com to plan your next trip.
If shopping is more of your thing, San Luis Obispo is the place for you. Just a short 25 minute drive south will put you in what Oprah Winfrey has coined “the happiest city in America.” Stroll up and down Higuera Street perusing the shops and find out what the hype is all about.
Year Purchased: 2004
About the owner: Paul & Celeste met while attending college at Cal Poly State University. After graduating, and enchanted by the central coast’s laidback lifestyle, they decided to call Paso Robles home. Both coming from small towns, it was easy to feel right at home in Paso. Originally from the Gold Country of California, Paul left the foothills after graduating high school and attended a junior college in the Bay Area to play basketball. Two years later he moved to attend Cal Poly and graduated with a degree in construction management. He now works as a project manager for a national builder. Celeste’s background started in agriculture on her family’s 40 acre vineyard in the Central Valley. After high school, she came straight to Cal Poly where she majored in business and accounting. A good portion of her family call this area home as well, all deeply entrenched in the wine industry anywhere from providing new vine stock for local wineries to managing vineyards. Celeste now works as a controller for a local winery.
Why the Owner Chose Paso Robles: The location of this property is hard to beat. Even though Peaceful in Paso is just four blocks west of down town, there is a unique transition between city life and nature that gives the property a country feel that is serene and refreshing. A variety of wildlife calls the neighborhood home as well, the most common being the California Mule Deer. It is very common to see small herds of these quiet creatures with their young foraging for food around the neighborhood. Peaceful in Paso is like having the convenience of the city at your front door and the peacefulness of nature at your back door.
The Unique Benefits at this House: Peaceful in Paso has a unique history originally being built at the turn of the 20th century on the east side of Paso Robles. Sometime in the 1970’s the house was cut in half with a chainsaw and trucked across the 13th Street Bridge in two pieces to its current location on Fresno Street. Even though the house has been fully updated, it still retains much of the old fashion charm that comes with its age. One of its most noticeable features is the original oak hardwood floors that span throughout the house and give a warm, inviting feel. Another unique benefit to this property is that guests will be within walking distance from the historic downtown Paso Robles city park. Browse the park center with plenty of boutique shopping, excellent restaurants and plenty of home town activities. The Paso Robles Main Street Association does an excellent job of making sure there is plenty to do for our guests. Check out their website for a schedule of events at http://www.pasoroblesdowntown.org/.