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    Two years ago, Amy White moved with her husband from a 2,800-square-foot San Luis Obispo home on a quarter acre to a 1974-built condo in Pismo Beach that is just under 1,300 square feet. More than halving their living space came with a big gain: a stunning ocean view.

Two years ago, Amy White moved with her husband from a 2,800-square-foot San Luis Obispo home on a quarter acre to a 1974-built condo in Pismo Beach that is just under 1,300 square feet. More than halving their living space came with a big gain: a stunning ocean view. David Middlecamp The Tribune
Two years ago, Amy White moved with her husband from a 2,800-square-foot San Luis Obispo home on a quarter acre to a 1974-built condo in Pismo Beach that is just under 1,300 square feet. More than halving their living space came with a big gain: a stunning ocean view. David Middlecamp The Tribune

Couple trades big home in SLO for smaller Pismo Beach condo with stunning ocean view

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