Properties for sale in Zip Code 93454

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Santa Barbara County

Santa Maria Valley is the perfect home base for California’s Central Coast. Boasting 34 tasting rooms, 7 unique AVAs, 13 beaches, and a growing selection of local breweries, all within a beautiful 30-minute drive. There is no need to venture out if you are looking for sand dunes, hiking trails, horseback riding, cycling, and authentic Santa Maria Style dining - you’ll find all that right in our backyard. And because we treat our guests like family, your pocketbook will go much further here. Santa Maria Valley is the perfect home base where you can eat, drink and do more for less.

Our barbecue is cooked slow. Our wine smooth. And our company, well, come see for yourself. When you step into the Santa Maria Valley, you’ll eat, drink and do more. That’s our way.

Santa Maria Valley is the perfect home base for those looking to enjoy California’s Central Coast. You’ll find us nestled in the foothills of the Santa Barbara Wine Country, 40 miles south of Morro Bay. The weather here makes visiting the Santa Maria Valley easy year-round with temperatures averaging 69 degrees.

So no more saying, “Maybe next weekend.” Come play in the coastal dunes, tour our sprawling vineyards and get your fill of our iconic Santa Maria-style barbecue. What we have is grown, cooked and corked right here. We pair our wine with jeans and a smile and just like we grow our grapes, we invite you to take your sweet time, let your hair down, and get away from it all. With a wide variety of affordable and convenient lodging options, you can even stay an extra night and enjoy another delicious helping of our amazing barbecue. As most of our visitors have quickly learned, here in the Santa Maria Valley, everyone is family and “another round” is a given. Let’s get together.

San Luis Obispo County

With more than 80 miles of pristine beaches, a vibrant and diverse food and wine culture, an emerging art scene and countless outdoor adventures, SLO CAL offers exciting answers to the question, “what should we do today?” Discover the rich and unexpected variety of opportunities SLO CAL has waiting for you. Kick off your SLO CAL vacation with a trip to one of the county’s many unhurried, uncrowded beaches. Play in the ocean, ride the waves at a local surf spot, try your hand at stand-up paddleboarding, or glide across the bay in a kayak. Soak up the abundant ocean wildlife around you—seals, sea otters and whales regularly make appearances.

In the winter, monarch butterflies flutter by as they make their way to the Monarch Butterfly Grove. Hike a meandering coastal trail, or bike the famed Highway 1 for unrivaled views of the Pacific Ocean. Inland hikes and bike rides provide stunning vistas as well, with bucolic hillsides inviting you to slow down. Hit the links, surrounded by open space, at one of SLO CAL’s eight golf courses. Or cast a line, and reel in a big catch with both freshwater and ocean fishing. For wine and culinary experiences, your choices are abundant. SLO CAL’s three wine regions—Paso Robles, Edna Valley and Arroyo Grande—produce award-winning wines in an approachable, friendly atmosphere. Welcoming tasting rooms and picnic areas invite you to linger longer with friends. Taste SLO CAL’s agricultural heritage at numerous farm-to-table restaurants. Or sample fresh produce directly from those who grow it at SLO CAL’s bountiful farmers markets. If it’s art and cultural activities you’re seeking, set your sights on SLO CAL’s galleries for paintings, jewelry and other works of art by local artists. For more cultural preferences, discover SLO CAL’s museums, theaters, historical sites and other attractions dotted throughout the area. Take a day, and indulge your senses with stunning art, antiques, and architecture of the world-famous Hearst Castle. With so many options in SLO CAL, the hard part is deciding what to do first.

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