Nipomo Lots

Written by Sarah Provost
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The Chumash Indians lived in what is now Nipomo for 9,000 years. In 1837, William G. Dana, a Boston sea captain, was granted the charter to Rancho Nipomo, consisting of 38,000 acres. Dana built a splendid adobe house for his wife and thirteen children, which for many years served as an important stop for those traveling on El Camino Real. Now you, too, can be a part of this historic and beautiful community on California's central coast, in San Luis Obispo County.

Nipomo is a small town, with about 12,000 residents. The area's rich alluvial soil, washed down from the Nipomo foothills, makes it an agricultural mecca. You'll find citrus orchards, vegetable farms, and commercial nurseries, not to mention a vast stand of eucalyptus trees covering the mesa. If you're looking for a calmer, simpler way of life, you can find that in Nipomo.

That's not to say that Nipomo doesn't have a lot to offer. The area is growing, and several ambitious new projects are planned or underway, including a renovation of Old Town, a pedestrian plaza, and several new shopping, theater and recreational complexes. There are dog parks and equestrian areas, a golf course and a regional park. But there is still a lot of open land available, for whatever uses you might envision.

Residential Lots in Nipomo

Much of the new housing that is being built in Nipomo occupies spacious five-acre plots. There are also many smaller lots available, and prices are very reasonable. Contact your central coast realtor to see what's waiting for you.

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