This famous California Boulevard is lined with more than 150 swaying palm trees on both sides of the street, bringing a Florida feel to the area. The entrance to Cal Poly State University is here, and if you're looking for a real estate investment, the rentals on student housing tends to book quickly and stay that way. There are some regular residents in this area also, but this is primarily a neighborhood for the college students.
There are many nearby amenities that may interest a resident who doesn't mind living around the students. The San Luis Obispo Creek runs right through the community, which is always a place to relax and enjoy nature. It's close to the Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center, an easy walk to downtown, provides easy access to Hwys 101 and 1, and boasts two great parks - Santa Rosa Park, and Questa County Canyon Park. Biking is encouraged and supported throughout the area.
Homes are of the affordable variety, with many duplexes and tri-plexes scattered amongst the single family homes. Homes tend to run from the smaller 1000 sq ft to maybe 3000 sq ft. If you're looking for property with an investment potential, start here first.