Cayucos is a small and unique former Chumash Indian fishing village. It is tucked away in the coastside hills of San Luis Obispo County, and boasts the full array of beachside amenities, without any of the crowds or bustle. This exquisite custom beach house was designed by local architect, John MacDonald. It is a modern twist on traditional Spanish-influenced architecture, with Spanish tiled roof with a turret and bold angles. Built in 2004, this two-story treasure has three bedrooms on the ground floor, with the entire second floor layout designed to maximize the views and provide an inviting space for entertaining or just relaxing after a day at the beach. A large deck just off the upstairs great room is perfect for casual al fresco dining or just watching the beautiful sunset over the Pacific. This property is in excellent condition--just add furniture and dcor, then enjoy! Cayucos lies north of Morro Bay and south of Cambria along California's Pacific Coast Highway 1. With a population of only about 3,000, entire the town has the feel of a slow-paced getaway from yesteryear, yet it lies just 20 minutes from the City of San Luis Obispo, a mid-size city with ample shopping, night life, and cultural amenities. Cayucos is roughly mid-way between Los Angeles and San Francisco, and is just a few hours from California's Central Valley. Pricing is based on a professional comprehensive appraisal report prepared by local Appriaser/Probate Referee, Howard Nicholson.