Highlights:

Charming Downtown Haven with private patio & fire pit, walk to everything in town.

Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 4

 (1) King, (1) Queen

No Smoking
No Pets

About the Property

The Neighborhood

In the heart of downtown Paso, this charming home is adorned with lush, comfortable furnishings and local, eclectic artwork. The 2BR/2BA ranch home has all the luxuries making it your home away from home…dreamy bedding, well-equipped kitchen, two dining areas (one inside, one outside), a private, shade-covered patio, a bocce ball court and fire pit all in downtown Paso where you can walk to everything (only 1 block to Spring Street)!

The master bedroom, located in the center of the home, contains a lush King bed, quick access to the back patio and its own bathroom. Bedroom two, on the north end of the house, features another lush Queen mattress with a wrought iron bed, classic side table and bureau and quick access to bathroom two.

Both bathrooms are fully updated. Bathroom 1 (off master) has a stand-up shower and a bidet with a heated seat. Bathroom 2 (off 2nd bedroom) has dual vanities, a jetted tub and a stand-up shower. Both are bright and airy.

Walk through the front door to be charmed by the decorative and eclectic furnishing in a bright and spacious living room featuring a 44” TV with Apple TV and a DVD player. A leather couch with seating for 3 and two side chairs make for a perfect place for to relax and unwind after long day exploring the beautiful and bountiful Paso wine country.

Adjacent to the living room is the dining with seating for 4. The dining room opens up to the updated galley kitchen which is fully equipped with all the essentials to whip up some gourmet meals to pair with your latest Paso Wine acquisitions. The kitchen has stainless steel appliances (dishwasher, microwave, fridge, gas stove, etc.) and is stocked with all the cooking utensils, small appliances and staple spices necessary…and, of course, a Mr. Coffee coffeemaker.

The front yard features a fire pit with built-in seating to hang out and sit ‘n sip wine while playing bocce ball in the small court in the front yard. The backyard features a dining table with seating for 6 in the private, shade-covered patio. A BBQ is available to grill up your summertime favorites.

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 included in the laundry area. The kitchen is also stocked with the essential stapes: olive oil, vinegar, salt, pepper and spices. The BBQ and fire pit both run on propane or gas which is provided.

You are in Downtown Paso Robles! You can walk to the town square where there are dozens of wine tasting rooms, restaurants, shopping and a farmer's market every Saturday morning. Downtown there are over 12 wine tasting rooms, along with a distillery and local craft breweries. The downtown City 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. It’s also just a few blocks from the new Paso Market Walk where you can find all sort of gastronomical delights.

Smart & Final is the nearest grocer, a dozen blocks away, north on Spring Street. Just a block away is Cregor’s Liquor & Deli that has an impressive deli (their tri-tip sandwiches are to die for) along with a great collection of spirits and beer.  Another favorite located just two blocks away is Twisted & Glazed, a unique and delectable donut shot. A few miles from town there is an Albertson’s on Niblick and Trader Joe's is just down the road a bit on Vineyard Drive in Templeton. While at the Trader Joe's you can pick up some fresh caught fish at Pier 46 Fish Market or head on over to the butcher, J&R Meats, for some grass-fed local meats and game. Back up in Paso you can find a few quality cheese shops, Vivant Fine Cheese and Di Raimondos Italian Market and Cheese Shop, along with some cigar shops, Boyd's and Third Base Market & Spirits.

What goes best with wine…FOOD! Paso is packed with great restaurants. Stay a week or two so you can try all of them! Italian, French, Irish, Asian, Mexican, Organic, even Argentinean are just a few. From pizza to 5-course meals, Paso Robles has come of age in its dining options. Some of our favorites in Paso Robles include BL Brasserie, The Hatch, Thomas Hill Organics, Buena Tavola, Fish Gaucho, Street Side Ale House, The Alchemist and Jeffry's Wine Country BBQ.  Just a bit to the south, in Templeton, offers a few more options including McPhee's where you can find some of the best wood-fired steaks in town.

Wine, beer and spirits tasting, hot air ballooning, horseback riding, water park, jeep rides, ziplining, 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 latest attraction, Sensorio. Designed by artist, Bruce Munro, the “Field of Light” exhibition is a 15-acre walk-through experience through over 58,000 stemmed spheres.

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