4 Paso Robles homes you can buy for about $543,000 — SLO County’s median price

Want to know what San Luis Obispo County’s median home price of $543,000 can get you in Paso Robles?

Here’s a look at four properties, from a four-bedroom custom house to a rural home that comes with an acre of land.

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1319 Oak Ridge Way: $568,000

This home is in a custom-built neighborhood on a dead-end street off Creston Road. It’s close to Paso Robles High School and a small shopping center near the intersection of Niblick and Creston roads. The home features an open floor plan complete with a fireplace in the living room.

Square feet: 2,279

Year built: 2003

Rooms: Four bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms

2036 Summit Drive: $565,000

This home is in the Rolling Hills Estates neighborhood off Union Road near Highway 46 East. It’s a short drive from Barney Schwartz Park and the Golden Hills Plaza shopping center. The house features large windows and a big deck on half an acre of land.

Square feet: 2,464

Year built: 2002

Rooms: Three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms

1733 Mesa Road: $550,000

This home is in the Bella Vista Estates neighborhood very close to Highway 46 East. It’s also close to Barney Schwartz Park and Golden Hills Plaza, but it’s much closer to the freeway. The house features a vaulted family room and a master bedroom with a wrap-around deck.

Square feet: 2,355

Year built: 2002

Rooms: Three bedrooms and two-and-three-quarters bathrooms

5544 Prancing Deer Place: $515,000

This home is in rural Paso Robles — it’s actually outside city limits in unincorporated San Luis Obispo County. The 1-acre property is located off Geneseo Road near Highway 46 East, about a 15-minute drive from the Paso Robles Municipal Airport. The one-story home features stainless-steel kitchen appliances and solar panels and comes with a pipe-fenced pasture for animals.

Square feet: 2,068

Year built: 2001

Rooms: Four bedrooms and two bathrooms

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