Sunrise Terrace

345 Sunrise Dr., Arroyo Grande, California 93420



Established 55+ Community of Sunrise Terrace Along California's Scenic Central Coast is a Low Key Place in a Nearly Perfect Climate

Located in San Luis Obispo County just inland from California's central coast, Arroyo Grande is home to Sunrise Terrace, a closely-knit, low key 55+ community. Established in 1974, its 300 manufactured homes are compressed into 54 acres.



Residences at Sunrise Terrace are limited to resale and range in size from approximately 965 square feet to nearly 1,800 square feet. All have one to three bedrooms, one to two baths, and a carport. The master bedroom is on the first floor. Many homes also have ocean views. Most residences been renovated and may include hardwood cabinets, second floors, ceiling fans, skylights, great rooms, and private patios. Prices can range from the low-$200,000s to the low-$400,000s. Please verify these prices as they may change.

Hyatt Hall, the community's clubhouse, includes a catering kitchen, a billiards room, a Jacuzzi room, a fitness center, and a library. The outdoor pool is heated and home to a water aerobics class. Two tennis courts, a bocce ball court, a three-hole golf course, walking trails, a dog park and a putting green complete the community's list of outdoor amenities.


Sunrise Terrace does not charge space rental but has an HOA fee that covers trash pick-up as well as property tax and maintenance on some shared grounds and buildings.

The community is minutes from Pismo Beach and the Oceano Dunes Natural Preserve. The area hosts almost a dozen wineries and five golf courses. Arroyo Grande's Clark Center for the Performing Arts has two theaters and a grand lobby that doubles as an art gallery. The local Lopez Lake has a network of trails that cross through oak woodlands and coastal sage scrub.

Arroyo Grande Community Hospital is accredited by the Joint Commission.

This area has a nearly perfect climate. Summer temperatures are in the 70s and 80s, and winter temperatures are in the 60s and 70s. On average, Arroyo Grande receives 17 inches of rain every year.



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