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Life at the Ranch



The barn features a large, open floor with high ceilings and amazing scenery all around. The kitchen is wide open to the main entertainment and dining area with a large, glass garage door that opens towards the South to a perfect view of Pismo Beach and the surrounding hills. The patio can be used to have a beautiful breakfast or lunch while taking in the sun. The larger deck below is ideal for hosting events.

The Barn, Living Quarters

The master bedroom has a queen bed and can become a private area when closing the original sliding barn doors. The music room has a couch with a pull-out queen bed and can be separated from the entertainment area by a second set of original, large, sliding barn doors for privacy. Included in the music room, theres a flat screen smart tv with Netflix. There is also a sleeping loft in the common area that can accommodate two additional guests. The entertainment room has a large flat-screen smart tv and a surround sound system with Google Chrome Cast. This unit has one bathroom with double skins and a large travertine shower.


The space offers a full kitchen supplied with pots, pans, glassware, utensils, spatulas, etc., so you can stay in and enjoy a delicious, homemade meal on the patio while taking in the beautiful sunset as it melts in with the green hills and the many trees they provide. From the patio, there's a stone walkway that leads you out to the fire pit, perfect for s’mores, sipping wine, and star gazing.



Whether you’re in the mood to stay in and enjoy yourself in the home or use it as a resting place after enjoying some of California’s most beautiful views, beaches, golf courses, and the historic downtown SLO known for the 1772 Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa, with its tranquil garden and small museum showcasing Native Californian artifacts. Eagles Landing SLO is in the perfect spot to discover one of the most quaint areas in California.



Dog Friendly for dogs under 50 pounds, $50/dog fee. No pets on furniture or an extra fee will apply. There is poison oak all over the central coast, and can’t be sure if your dog has been in it. We don’t mind if your dog is off-leash, but there is poison oak in the surrounding areas, the property is not fenced area, there is livestock in our neighborhood, and we do have dogs, so if you think your fur baby will chase, hurt, chew on, etc., please keep them leashed.

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