Los Robles De Rancho Grande
Los Robles De Rancho Grande is commonly known as the second phase of the Rancho Grande development in Arroyo Grande California.
Where is Los Robles De Rancho Grande? My directions are going to star at the corner of North Oak Park and West Branch Street. Head down West Brach Street past the Oak Park Plaza Shopping Center, follow this around until you reach Camino Mercado, you will see Panera Bread on your left. Make a left head up and around past the Premier Inns and your first street to your left will be Via Las Aguilas. If you take that all the way down until the end and you go through a narrow section you will be on Refugio this will be the end of Los Robles De Rancho Grande
Streets in the Los Robles De Rancho Grande are Dos Cerros, Via Las Aguilas, Calle Cuervo, Palos Secos, and Refugio Place,
The homes are situated on a hill; most lots have some slope to them however they also some have the benefit of ocean views while most have rolling hill views. Due to these homes being on a hill you tend to feel high up when you look out over the valley. The James Way side has a hillside full of oak trees, behind them and further down towards James Way is a walking trail.
The homes are very close to a few large shopping centers that have Walmart, Kmart, and OSH. Freeway access going north is great and easy as you can catch that right off Camino Mercardo. Going south is fairly easy as well head down to North Oak Park and cross over the freeway turn north past the AJ Spurs steakhouse and you’ll see the North Highway 101 on Ramp. If you want to avoid the freeway and take the back road into San Luis Obispo Just head out North Oak Park to 227 and that will lead you into the City Of San Luis Obispo.
The homes that were built in Los Robles De Rancho Grande were built between 1995 and 2004. The homes are mostly all stucco exterior with concrete style roofs. This is great for our area and helps keep the maintenance down and makes this a great selling feature. Most designs. The size of the homes in this phase II development range from 2120 to around 3850 Square Feet. One thing I like about this area is the proximity to all the oak trees. The sure do make for some great BBQ’s.
I should also mention that off of James Way Rancho Grande does have a park to enjoy if you are looking for more room to go play with the kids or grandchildren.
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