1910 Hill St, Morro Bay - We are Located on a hillside near the Hwy 41 entrance to the City of Morro Bay, this 7 year old home is beautifully designed with lots of skylights and windows for a very open feeling. Our home is very clean and well maintained.. we have lots of amenities including a library of DVD & VHS movies, linens & appliances etc for the Kitchen and a Washer & Dryer for your use. The views from the kitchen and living room are of the rolling hills and the open valley. The home is on a lot with a zero lot line which means the house next door seems attached but there are no common walls.
The neighborhood is almost all newer homes and was designed by a local architect, the home takes full advantage of the slope to maximize privacy as each bedroom and bath are on a separate level.
There is a great beach just a half mile down the road where you will find a parking lot at the edge of the sand almost in the shadow of Morro Rock. It is one of the most scenic beaches anywhere. Sand dunes border the wide sandy beach and a scenic creek spills onto it. Birds abound.
This is one of the best beaches for surfing anywhere around. Wetsuits, boogie boards and surf boards can easily be rented from a variety of shops on the Embarcadero. There are many wonderful restaurants on the Embarcadero on both sides of Morro Rock.
Just a little History Bit: At the turn of the century, this area was a lagoon. Native Americans inhabited the hillsides around the lagoon including the one where this home is located as well as the top of the hill and the level area north towards Avalon Street. According to excavations done by Cal Trans sponsored archaeologists, the area has one of the five most pristine 8,000 year old settlements in California. It is located about eleven feet below the current surface near Hwy 1. Two Native American tribes currently claim Morro Bay as part of their ancestral home--The Chumash and the Salinan. The Chumash say Morro Bay is the far north part of their tribal area and the Salinan say it is the far southern part of their area.
There are descendant's of the Salinan tribes living in Morro Bay today and recently one family discovered that a painting that has been hanging in the San Miguel Mission for over 200 years was of their oldest known matriarchs, a convert who came from Limekiln Creek, on the coast below Big Sur, with her daughter to the Mission just after it was built. It is estimated she was born before 1700.
After walking through the history of the area, come back to this beautiful home and relax. If you love to cook, you will love this kitchen and the great deck with a gas BBQ. It is the perfect home to enjoy good food, good friends, and family.
We hope your vacation is spectacular and, in its own way, historic. Let us know. Be sure to leave some remarks in the Guest book so we can share in some of your adventure.
3 bedroom + loft, 2.5-bath, 1 King, 2 Queen, 1- Futon, Sleeps 6 comfortably. Satellite TV/DVD - Wireless DSL - Garage -Gas BBQ - Washer & Dryer - Library of DVD's and VHS's.
Keywords: Wine Country, Hearst Castle, Beach Town, Cambria, Paso Robles, San Luis Obispo, Clean, Modern, Wireless DSL, Great Kitchen, Washer & Dryer, Gas BBQ, Cable TV, all Linens Provided. You can also visit our website at www.morrorock.net for more photos... We will also rent by the month.