2BR/1.5BA stylish retro home with awesome mountain views.
(1) King, (2) Queen
About the Property
NEW LISTING! Located in a quiet neighborhood in the rolling oak-laden hills of eastern Atascadero, this retro ranch-style home will feel nostalgic and homey and is just minutes from the 101 and walking distance to downtown. Enjoy one of several great hiking trails in Atascadero, take a stroll around Atascadero Lake, or grab a fresh croissant at Hush Harbor Artisan Bakery or a glass of local zinfandel at Fossil wine bar while shopping in Atascadero’s adorable budding downtown. Get to Paso Robles, Santa Margarita, SLO or the gorgeous beaches of Morro Bay and Cayucos in less than half an hour. It’s a great central location to explore the area... and, of course, over 200+ wineries in the Paso Robles AVA.
This 1950’s ranch has been preserved with its Mid Century Modern flair: authentic wood paneling, hardwood floors, knotty pine cabinetry and wainscoting, and classic period details. Large picture windows let in the golden central coast sun and gorgeous countryside views. Its classic charm will warm your heart. It's the perfect getaway for 2 or 3 couples, a small family with kids or a group of friends for a wine-themed weekend.
The primary bedroom dons a King bed and a picture window looking out to the gorgeous views of Pine Mountain. Sip coffee in bed while enjoying the scenery.
Bedroom two features a 2-queen bed bunk. It sleeps 4.
A full bath between the bedrooms is updated with classic mosaic tiles, vessel sink, and subway tile in the bath/shower combo.
Walk through the front door and be charmed by an original wooden wall divider as you walk into the bright and spacious living room with 2 side chairs and a large sectional with seating for 4. Relax and enjoy the awesome mountain views through the large picture windows or your favorite TV shows on the 43” SmartTV. Don’t forget your Netflix or Prime account numbers so you can stream movies and other favorite entertainment.
Off the living room is the dining room with a brick fireplace (non functional) and dining table with seating for 6. There’s also a stand-up piano for the musically inclined. The dining room opens up to the classic Mid Century Modern kitchen, which is fully-equipped with all the essentials to whip up some meals to dine inside or al fresco. The kitchen has an electric 4-burner stove, microwave and full size refrigerator. It’s stocked with all the cooking utensils, small appliances and staple spices necessary.
A half bath and laundry area is just off the kitchen for guest’s usage.
Off the back of the house is a patio area with seating for 4, a gas-powered fire pit and a BBQ for your use. On the side, there is a picnic table in the shady, grassy side of the house. Dine alfresco while enjoying the views.
We provide personal amenities including soap, shampoo, conditioner and body lotion, paper products, kitchen necessities such as dish soap and trash bags. There are plenty of linens and bath towels. Laundry facilities and detergent are both in laundry areas. The kitchen is also stocked with the essential staples: coffee, tea, olive oil, vinegar, salt, pepper and spices. There is dinner service for 8 as well as plenty of serving necessities.
This home is just a five-minute drive or a peaceful 20-minute walk down winding tree-lined streets to downtown Atascadero where there are coffee shops, wine-tasting rooms, bars, restaurants, great local shops, and a craft brewery or two. The Atascadero Lake Park offers free summer concerts from June through August every Thursday night. Pack a picnic basket, a bottle of wine or two, your beach chairs and enjoy local musicians belting out everything from jazz to rock and blues.
Vons is the nearest grocer, located 5 minutes away on El Camino Real. Just 5 miles up the 101 on Vineyard Drive in Templeton is a Trader Joe’s. While at the Trader Joe's you can pick up some fresh caught fish at Pier 46 Fish Market or grass-fed local meats at J&R Meats.
Wine, beer and spirits tasting, hot air ballooning, horseback riding, water park, jeep rides, ziplining, hiking, nature walks, Animal Zoo, Farmer's Markets, concerts at Vina Robles Amphitheatre, spas, beaches, Morro Bay, Hearst Castle, Cambria...take your pick. There are endless options to play until your heart's content. And don’t miss Paso’s latest attraction, Sensorio. Designed by artist, Bruce Munro, the “Field of Light” exhibition is a 15-acre walk-through experience through over 58,800 stemmed spheres.
Beautiful, spacious home. Not too far from Pismo Beach. Thanks for letting us stay. Beautiful home.
- Andrew S.
Wonderful house in a wonderful location! We were 20 minutes out from our wine tasting locations and the view from the house is beautiful. We had a deer friend who would stop by to say hi every morning!
- Abigail F.
Had a great stay! The host was very accommodating and helped us check-in early. They were also very responsive and were quick to help us with requests/drop off essentials.
- Ethan S.
This is a really lovely home, well-maintained and beautifully situated. The location is great for exploring the area and it offers very good value relative to the high-priced scale of the region. We also appreciated the family-friendly touches, including the fun board games! It's worth noting in warmer weather that the wall unit air conditioner isn't quite up to the task of keeping the full living space cool - though the bedrooms have their own units and are very comfortable. We'd stay here again.
- David C.
Thank you Kathy for opening up your beautiful home for my parents and partner to enjoy this past week. We had such an incredible experience after not being able to see each other much over the past 15 months during the pandemic/shutdown. It is such a lovely space and we love how open the living room is for individuals to do their own thing or come together when it makes sense. Will definitely plan on returning!
- Danielle D.
The views are, indeed, outstanding. This place is in a very quiet and relaxing neighborhood, just a few minutes’ drive from the main drag in Atascadero and very freeway-friendly. We kept saying throughout our trip how cutely decorated it is. The only real downside is that the curtains in the master bedroom don’t block hardly any light and, this time of year, the early morning sun hits hard and fast. A sleep mask (or in my case a dark t-shirt covering my eyes) is essential if you want to sleep past 6am. Other than that, we simply loved this place! Great job on stocking it so well. Other notables include the deer that hang out literally in the backyard and the mountain lion I saw strolling down the street. Would definitely stay again.
- Carlos O.