Creston is …
Located East of Paso Robles and Atascadero just off Highway 41. It has a long history of being a Ranching Community, known for its fertile farm ground and hills and valleys which are dotted with majestic ancient Oaks. Creston is becoming a popular destination for tourist and bicyclist, hoisting the western states annual wildflower bike ride each spring. Creston is enhanced with rolling hills and beautiful vineyards. It is also home to one of the counties best annual Rodeo’s and were you’ll can find the local community supporting the Loading Chute restaurant or the Longbranch Saloon.
Creston was founded in March 1884 by four pioneers who bought the 40,000 acre Rancho Huer Huero land grant; C.J. Cressy, Amos Adams, Thomas Ambrose, and J.V. Webster laid out the town of Creston, named after Cressy. Creston was at one time home to three saloons, two restaurants, a couple of livery stables, two laundries, a pair of blacksmith shops, a hotel, a bakery, post office, church, school, and jail.
CRESTON City Data
Median Household Income
- 61.7% of households are married/couple families; 38.3% are unmarried.
- The average household income is $95,550; the average disposable income is $72,988.
- The median home price value is $514,100.
- The 12 month change in Median Estimated Value is +5.6%, as of January 2016.
- The median listing price of a home for sale in Creston is 569,900.
Hummm…the Starry nights and open space…