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Located near the majestic Pacific Ocean, San Luis Obispo County is strategically located halfway between Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay Area. San Luis Obispo County is distinctive for grape growing and wine production, making it a desirable location for aspiring connoisseurs and those seeking the essentials for a leisurely lifestyle.
According to the 2000 census, there were 246,681 people living in San Luis Obispo County. With a population density of only 75 people per square mile, it is a place to get away from the hustle and bustle, yet still enjoy some of the best amenities California can offer.
The San Luis Obispo County has a thriving economic outlook, a major consideration when searching for a real estate acquisition. The economy is driven primarily by tourism, education, government and retail. The major employers include California Polytechnic State University, the California Polytechnic Foundation, San Luis Obispo County, the City of San Luis Obispo, the San Luis Coastal School District, Sierra Vista Regular Medical, French Hospital, and the SLO County Superintendent.
San Luis Obispo County has some of the most spectacular weather in California. With average temperatures ranging from 50° in the winter to 70° in the summers, you and your family can enjoy the stunning outdoors all year long. With dry summers and clear skies (there are over 315 days of sunshine each year) its no wonder this Mediterranean- like climate is so appealing.
San Luis Obispo County, including northern Monterey County, has over 100 miles of splendid coastline including the cliffs of Big Sur, sprawling beaches, sand dunes and cozy hidden harbors. Along with the beautiful beaches and cliffs, there are rolling green hills that encompass the prize-winning vineyards, portions of the Los Padre