Welcome to Grover Beach a quaint beach community just south of Pismo Beach that has one of the most affordable property values of Beach communities in the state of California.
Formerly known as Grover City, founded in 1887 by D.W. Grover, incorporated in 1959, and renamed in 1992 to Grover Beach.
Grover Beach has flat areas and hillside properties with views of the ocean, the entire city is less than 3 square miles so wherever you are in Grover Beach you are close to the ocean and the climate is very similar throughout.
The overall weather in Grover Beach includes approximately 300 sunny days with some overcast days usually during the summer months that keep the temperatures closer to the 65-to-70-degree range which is quite comfortable.
With a population of just over 13,00o people, Grover Beach is considered a small town.
The median household income is just over $66k with a median property value of just over $536k with a median age of 38 years old.
Grover Beach is an old-school beach town reminiscent of the 1970s with a slower pace of life and many local, unique shops and atmosphere. With lots of outdoor activities, it is a wonderful place to live with coastal access both walking and driving.
THINGS TO DO:
There are plenty of things to do in Grover Beach and the surrounding cities and throughout the County. There is a farmers market everyday of the week in the county and you are roughly 40-45 minutes away from anything in the County. The city has events like the Stone Soup festival, the Summer concert series, and holiday-specific events throughout the year.
Grover Beach offers some areas where the homes have ocean views, smaller and larger lots with prices ranging from $500,000 to $1,500,000 for single-family homes, there is an array of income properties from duplexes to multi-units and commercial properties ranging from smaller single tenant to larger buildings primarily for office and retail with some light industrial in the southern portion of the city.
Schools and District are a part of the Lucia Mar Unified School district www.luciamarschools.org Lucia Mar is the largest school district in San Luis Obispo County, governed by a seven-member Board of Education. Grover Beach is an incorporated City so they have its own Police department, City Hall, and government.
Grover Beach has a Land Pier, train station, and boardwalk that runs from Grand Ave to the Monarch Butterfly Grover in Pismo Beach and an entrance to the Oceano Dunes SVRA through Grand Ave.
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