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Blue Oak Apartments
710 Experimental Station Road
El Paso de Robles, CA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,645
1110 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 04:33 PM
Our doors are open for in-person private tours (face mask required). That's right, you can safely and securely be granted access to a model unit to envision in-person your new life at our property.
1 Unit Available
516 Playa Circle
516 Playa Circle
El Paso de Robles, CA
4 Bedrooms
$2,800
1708 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
516 Playa Circle Available 12/15/20 Beautiful 2 story home in The Cove at River Oaks - Beautiful 2 story home located in The Cove at River Oaks hosts plenty of room for the family with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.
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875 Sycamore Canyon Road
875 Sycamore Canyon Road
El Paso de Robles, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,800
3113 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
875 Sycamore Canyon Road Available 12/11/20 Spacious Home Near Wine Country - This lovely, spacious home is located on the east side, within a mile of the Paso Robles Golf Club and with Hunter Ranch and multiple award-winning wineries within 10
1 Unit Available
3118 Oak St
3118 Oak Street
El Paso de Robles, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
1156 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
MOVE IN READY!! 3 BEDROOM 1 BATH Single Family House for rent - MONTHLY LANDSCAPING AND WATER ARE INCLUDED!! - This lovely home is approximately 1,156 square ft. on a 5,500 square ft. lot.
1 Unit Available
131 Via Camelia
131 Via Camelia
El Paso de Robles, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,650
2124 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
131 Via Camelia Available 01/01/21 Single Family Home in Great Neighborhood! - Spacious two-story light and airy home with formal dining room, gas fireplace in the living room plus a generous family room.
1 Unit Available
711 Experimental Station
711 Experimental Station Road
El Paso de Robles, CA
4 Bedrooms
$2,900
2589 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Large 4 bed 2.5 bath in desirable neighborhood - Large 4 bed 2.5 baths, single level home close to schools, shopping, and downtown Paso Robles. Located in a desirable neighborhood near Kermit King Elementary. Large back yard. 3 car garage.
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1844 Riverside Avenue, Unit A
1844 Riverside Avenue
El Paso de Robles, CA
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2 Bedrooms
$1,550
900 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
- Live within walking distance of Downtown Paso Robles and the Fairgrounds! Conveniently located and affordable.
1 Unit Available
2668 Vineyard Circle
2668 Vineyard Circle
El Paso de Robles, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,600
1671 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Single Family Home in Great Neighborhood! - Three bedroom 2 bath is in a great neighborhood. Super clean, new paint, modern fireplace, and flat TV mounts in master bedroom and living room. Oversized single car garage. Landscaper included.
1 Unit Available
184 Stonebridge
184 Stonebridge Lane
El Paso de Robles, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,295
1281 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOME AVAILABLE 03/01/2020 - This recently remodeled 3 bedroom 2 bath home is approximately 1,281 square ft. on a 7,000 square ft. lot. Located on a cul de sac in the established Riverbank Association.
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1280 Mountain Springs Road
1280 Mountain Springs Road
San Luis Obispo County, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,800
1740 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Secluded Paso Home on Acreage - MASKS REQUIRED AT SHOWINGS This three-bedroom, two-bathroom manufactured home sits atop a large lot overlooking the country outside Paso Robles.
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ReNew Atascadero
11205 Bilbao Ct
Atascadero, CA
2 Bedrooms
$2,114
980 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,544
1280 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 12:29 PM
Now offering in-person, virtual & self-guided tours by appointment! To help stop the spread of COVID-19, face masks are required.
1 Unit Available
8150 Santa Rosa
8150 Santa Rosa Road
Atascadero, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,900
2200 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
UTILITIES PAID - Over looking Atascadero Lake, this beautiful 3 bedroom, 2,5 bath, + office is a must see! Balcony with rear patio, 2 car garage, rv parking. New Paint and new floors, you definitely want to check this one out before it's too late.
1 Unit Available
6651 Tecorida Ave.
6651 Tecorida Avenue
Atascadero, CA
2 Bedrooms
$2,100
905 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Spacious 2 Bed/1 Bath Atascadero Home - MASKS REQUIRED AT SHOWINGS. Located near the town center, this is a spacious 2 bedroom, 1 bath house in Atascadero.
1 Unit Available
9127 San Gabriel Road
9127 San Gabriel Road
Atascadero, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,300
Last updated December 3 at 11:35 AM
Secluded 2 Bedroom Home in Atascadero - CO-SIGNERS / GUARANTORS ARE NOT BEING ACCEPTED FOR THIS PROPERTY. MASK REQUIRED AT SHOWINGS Secluded 2 bedroom / 1 bathroom home located behind the main house on a one acre lot in South Atascadero.
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City Guide

El Paso de Robles
Spanish for “Pass of the Oaks,” El Paso De Robles is known as a tribute to majestic oaks and rolling hills.
Spanish for “Pass of the Oaks,” El Paso De Robles is known as a tribute to majestic oaks and rolling hills.

Founded in 1889, Paso Robles is a Californian city that enjoys a dynamic unity between past and present. Paso Robles has a successful economy and housing costs are above the national average. However, it does offer a more affordable alternative solution to living in some of California’s larger cities. Although it is rare to find all bills paid apartments, there is a good selection of apartment rentals and residential areas are considered to be some of the most attractive in the San Luis Obispo County.

Finding Your Passage to the Oaks

Paso Robles is located on California’s Central coast, midway between San Francisco and Los Angeles. With a connection to the US 101 highway, it is ideally situated for people who love the outdoors, with easy access to beaches, mountains and deserts. Housing costs are on the expensive side but general living costs are very much on par with the national average.

Paso Robles has a relatively low population density at 43 people per square mile and it definitely has more of a rustic appeal than city glamour.The city is home to the North County Campus of Cuesta College providing higher educational opportunities for all generations. Military families relocating to Fort Hunter Liggett can expect to find a welcoming, family-friendly community, perfect for setting up home.

Finding Your Passage to the Oaks
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Paso Robles is located on California’s Central coast, midway between San Francisco and Los Angeles. With a connection to the US 101 highway, it is ideally situated for people who love the outdoors, with easy access to beaches, mountains and deserts. Housing costs are on the expensive side but general living costs are very much on par with the national average.

Paso Robles has a relatively low population density at 43 people per square mile and it definitely has more of a rustic appeal than city glamour.The city is home to the North County Campus of Cuesta College providing higher educational opportunities for all generations. Military families relocating to Fort Hunter Liggett can expect to find a welcoming, family-friendly community, perfect for setting up home.

Settling Down

There are eight constituent neighborhoods located within the city. Apartment rentals are generally of medium cost relative to California but relatively high on national levels. The region is notably diverse with a fantastic variety of cultural attractions. The main highlights of each neighborhood are listed below:

Shandon/Whitley Gardens: This neighborhood is primarily comprised of medium-sized homes and condos. It's a modern neighborhood with inexpensive rents.

Adelaida Road/ Nacimiento Lake Drive: This is an established suburban neighborhood with mostly medium-sized homes and condos. It's a great neighborhood for those on a tight budget who still want to live comfortably.

Route 46/ Union Road: Real estate in this area is in super high demand, so it may take a few months of looking before the right thing comes up. The prices here are some of the steepest in town so be prepared to shell out for it.

Creston Rd/Niblick Road: This is an urban neighborhood with a real city feel to it. Rents are inexpensive and there is a good mix of family home and apartment complexes.

City Center: This neighborhood is, as the moniker suggests, at the city's center. It's a mixture of homes and small apartment buildings and maintains a cozy feel despite the big city atmosphere. Best of all... Rents are inexpensive!

Capital Hill: This is a pretty neighborhood with a lot of hustle and bustle. It's got all the convenience of city life and lots of the beauty of California.

Meadowlark Road/ Hanson Road: A more upscale neighborhood, you'll find great quality homes and townhouses here. You'll get a lot of nice space and also the comfort and quiet of lovely suburban life.

Lake Nacimiento: This is a pretty area that is more remote than the others, so take this into account if you need to get into the heart of Paso Robles for work or daily life. The remoteness makes it a nice and peaceful getaway, however.

Settling Down
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There are eight constituent neighborhoods located within the city. Apartment rentals are generally of medium cost relative to California but relatively high on national levels. The region is notably diverse with a fantastic variety of cultural attractions. The main highlights of each neighborhood are listed below:

Shandon/Whitley Gardens: This neighborhood is primarily comprised of medium-sized homes and condos. It's a modern neighborhood with inexpensive rents.

Adelaida Road/ Nacimiento Lake Drive: This is an established suburban neighborhood with mostly medium-sized homes and condos. It's a great neighborhood for those on a tight budget who still want to live comfortably.

Route 46/ Union Road: Real estate in this area is in super high demand, so it may take a few months of looking before the right thing comes up. The prices here are some of the steepest in town so be prepared to shell out for it.

Creston Rd/Niblick Road: This is an urban neighborhood with a real city feel to it. Rents are inexpensive and there is a good mix of family home and apartment complexes.

City Center: This neighborhood is, as the moniker suggests, at the city's center. It's a mixture of homes and small apartment buildings and maintains a cozy feel despite the big city atmosphere. Best of all... Rents are inexpensive!

Capital Hill: This is a pretty neighborhood with a lot of hustle and bustle. It's got all the convenience of city life and lots of the beauty of California.

Meadowlark Road/ Hanson Road: A more upscale neighborhood, you'll find great quality homes and townhouses here. You'll get a lot of nice space and also the comfort and quiet of lovely suburban life.

Lake Nacimiento: This is a pretty area that is more remote than the others, so take this into account if you need to get into the heart of Paso Robles for work or daily life. The remoteness makes it a nice and peaceful getaway, however.

Taking It All In

Famous for its fine wines and lively tourist scene, Paso Robles doesn't fall short on rustic charm. Known as “California’s oldest watering place”, the city is also famous for its hot springs and there are a growing number of hot spring resorts coming into business. People here love to relax and really know how to enjoy the good life. There are big celebrations planned for the 125th anniversary of the city’s founding next year, so now is a good time to get in on the action.

Taking It All In
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Famous for its fine wines and lively tourist scene, Paso Robles doesn't fall short on rustic charm. Known as “California’s oldest watering place”, the city is also famous for its hot springs and there are a growing number of hot spring resorts coming into business. People here love to relax and really know how to enjoy the good life. There are big celebrations planned for the 125th anniversary of the city’s founding next year, so now is a good time to get in on the action.

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City Guide

El Paso de Robles
Spanish for “Pass of the Oaks,” El Paso De Robles is known as a tribute to majestic oaks and rolling hills.
Spanish for “Pass of the Oaks,” El Paso De Robles is known as a tribute to majestic oaks and rolling hills.

Founded in 1889, Paso Robles is a Californian city that enjoys a dynamic unity between past and present. Paso Robles has a successful economy and housing costs are above the national average. However, it does offer a more affordable alternative solution to living in some of California’s larger cities. Although it is rare to find all bills paid apartments, there is a good selection of apartment rentals and residential areas are considered to be some of the most attractive in the San Luis Obispo County.

Finding Your Passage to the Oaks

Paso Robles is located on California’s Central coast, midway between San Francisco and Los Angeles. With a connection to the US 101 highway, it is ideally situated for people who love the outdoors, with easy access to beaches, mountains and deserts. Housing costs are on the expensive side but general living costs are very much on par with the national average.

Paso Robles has a relatively low population density at 43 people per square mile and it definitely has more of a rustic appeal than city glamour.The city is home to the North County Campus of Cuesta College providing higher educational opportunities for all generations. Military families relocating to Fort Hunter Liggett can expect to find a welcoming, family-friendly community, perfect for setting up home.

Finding Your Passage to the Oaks
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Paso Robles is located on California’s Central coast, midway between San Francisco and Los Angeles. With a connection to the US 101 highway, it is ideally situated for people who love the outdoors, with easy access to beaches, mountains and deserts. Housing costs are on the expensive side but general living costs are very much on par with the national average.

Paso Robles has a relatively low population density at 43 people per square mile and it definitely has more of a rustic appeal than city glamour.The city is home to the North County Campus of Cuesta College providing higher educational opportunities for all generations. Military families relocating to Fort Hunter Liggett can expect to find a welcoming, family-friendly community, perfect for setting up home.

Settling Down

There are eight constituent neighborhoods located within the city. Apartment rentals are generally of medium cost relative to California but relatively high on national levels. The region is notably diverse with a fantastic variety of cultural attractions. The main highlights of each neighborhood are listed below:

Shandon/Whitley Gardens: This neighborhood is primarily comprised of medium-sized homes and condos. It's a modern neighborhood with inexpensive rents.

Adelaida Road/ Nacimiento Lake Drive: This is an established suburban neighborhood with mostly medium-sized homes and condos. It's a great neighborhood for those on a tight budget who still want to live comfortably.

Route 46/ Union Road: Real estate in this area is in super high demand, so it may take a few months of looking before the right thing comes up. The prices here are some of the steepest in town so be prepared to shell out for it.

Creston Rd/Niblick Road: This is an urban neighborhood with a real city feel to it. Rents are inexpensive and there is a good mix of family home and apartment complexes.

City Center: This neighborhood is, as the moniker suggests, at the city's center. It's a mixture of homes and small apartment buildings and maintains a cozy feel despite the big city atmosphere. Best of all... Rents are inexpensive!

Capital Hill: This is a pretty neighborhood with a lot of hustle and bustle. It's got all the convenience of city life and lots of the beauty of California.

Meadowlark Road/ Hanson Road: A more upscale neighborhood, you'll find great quality homes and townhouses here. You'll get a lot of nice space and also the comfort and quiet of lovely suburban life.

Lake Nacimiento: This is a pretty area that is more remote than the others, so take this into account if you need to get into the heart of Paso Robles for work or daily life. The remoteness makes it a nice and peaceful getaway, however.

Settling Down
+

There are eight constituent neighborhoods located within the city. Apartment rentals are generally of medium cost relative to California but relatively high on national levels. The region is notably diverse with a fantastic variety of cultural attractions. The main highlights of each neighborhood are listed below:

Shandon/Whitley Gardens: This neighborhood is primarily comprised of medium-sized homes and condos. It's a modern neighborhood with inexpensive rents.

Adelaida Road/ Nacimiento Lake Drive: This is an established suburban neighborhood with mostly medium-sized homes and condos. It's a great neighborhood for those on a tight budget who still want to live comfortably.

Route 46/ Union Road: Real estate in this area is in super high demand, so it may take a few months of looking before the right thing comes up. The prices here are some of the steepest in town so be prepared to shell out for it.

Creston Rd/Niblick Road: This is an urban neighborhood with a real city feel to it. Rents are inexpensive and there is a good mix of family home and apartment complexes.

City Center: This neighborhood is, as the moniker suggests, at the city's center. It's a mixture of homes and small apartment buildings and maintains a cozy feel despite the big city atmosphere. Best of all... Rents are inexpensive!

Capital Hill: This is a pretty neighborhood with a lot of hustle and bustle. It's got all the convenience of city life and lots of the beauty of California.

Meadowlark Road/ Hanson Road: A more upscale neighborhood, you'll find great quality homes and townhouses here. You'll get a lot of nice space and also the comfort and quiet of lovely suburban life.

Lake Nacimiento: This is a pretty area that is more remote than the others, so take this into account if you need to get into the heart of Paso Robles for work or daily life. The remoteness makes it a nice and peaceful getaway, however.

Taking It All In

Famous for its fine wines and lively tourist scene, Paso Robles doesn't fall short on rustic charm. Known as “California’s oldest watering place”, the city is also famous for its hot springs and there are a growing number of hot spring resorts coming into business. People here love to relax and really know how to enjoy the good life. There are big celebrations planned for the 125th anniversary of the city’s founding next year, so now is a good time to get in on the action.

Taking It All In
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Famous for its fine wines and lively tourist scene, Paso Robles doesn't fall short on rustic charm. Known as “California’s oldest watering place”, the city is also famous for its hot springs and there are a growing number of hot spring resorts coming into business. People here love to relax and really know how to enjoy the good life. There are big celebrations planned for the 125th anniversary of the city’s founding next year, so now is a good time to get in on the action.