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Realtor - Santa Margarita Real Estate Agent
Please contact Realtor Traci Ferguson at (805) 235-6396 to get the most up to date information on listings along the Central Coast.
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Santa Margarita is an unincorporated town located in San Luis Obispo County, California. It was founded in 1897 near Cuesta Peak and San Luis Obispo along State Route 58. The town's name comes from the Mexican Alta California land grant. It is home to the Santa Margarita de Cortona Asistencia.
The town is located on the Rancho Santa Margarita Mexican land grant from Secularized Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa, were originally granted to Joaquín Estrada, who later sold it to the Martin Murphy family. Californio culture is still very much alive at the Rancho, which remains in the private ownership of local developers Rob Rossi, Doug Filipponi, and Karl Wittstrom. It remains a working stock ranch and is also now home to the Ancient Peaks Winery and the Pacific Coast Railroad Company, a narrow gauge steam heritage railway.
Located in the foothills of the Santa Lucia Mountains, it is one of the most rural areas in San Luis Obispo County. Santa Margarita Lake, a major water source for San Luis Obispo, is located several miles southeast of the town on the Salinas River. It is served by the zip code 93453 and area code 805.