This amazing piece of property is tucked away off Squire Canyon in San Luis Obispo (on the east side of Highway 101 between SLO and Avila Beach).
It features seven acres, two mobile homes on permanent foundations, a large garage/workshop, a well, two septic systems and peaceful mountain views.
The property will be listed the beginning of February for $899,000, so contact your favorite Realtor to be put on the waiting list for further notifications. Any of our Comet Realty agents would be delighted to help you with all your real estate needs.
Let a friendly, professional and local company walk you through the biggest purchase of your life. Call any of our Cometeers to get amazing service. We are not your ordinary real estate company. 805-546-9925 #CometRealty #slorealestate
If you, or someone you know, is considering buying or selling a home this year, please contact your favorite Comet Realty agent today for excellent representation. 805.546.9925 (HINT: look to the right to see our team of Realtors®)
Friendly. Professional. Local. Be sure to contact your favorite Comet Realty agent to achieve your real estate goals and contribute to the ripple effect: Mike Copeland, 805-441-9021 Therese Cron, 805-878-1684 Shannon Fitzpatrick, 805-801-5436 Keith Hoffmann, 805-801-6498 Kristin Lachemann, 805-801-4653 Erik Slayter, 805-476-3663 Tim Townley, 805-440-8735 Hayley Townley, 805-440-9194
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