Lucerne Drive is the most exclusive ocean-front street this side of the 17 mile drive in Carmel. 613 Lucerne is an address of distinction. You will delight in the incredible views of the rocky shoreline, the Cayucos Pier, and the beach as it stretches all the way to Morro Rock from this outstanding home.
This is one unit in a three unit building. The building is perched on a rocky shoreline cliff that offers an array of sea life and birds that will give you tremendous viewing enjoyment. 613 Lucerne is secluded, quiet, and has wall-to-wall glass to enhance the view. (Children under 11 are not recommended due to danger of the high rocky cliff at the beach end of the property)
There is never a shortage of things to do here on the Central Coast. 613 Lucerne is in walking distance of Cayucos Pier, restaurants & shops. A short drive south to Morro Bay where you may want to walk, drive, or ride along the Embarcadero with its wonderful views of the Bay where you can watch seals and otters at play, or eat at some of the best seafood restaurants you will ever come across, and explore the many unique shops. Maybe tomorrow you will be up for a round of golf at Morro Bay's bayside premiere golf course or one of many other spectacular courses in the county. Discover the entire coastline by driving up world famous Highway 1 right along the cliffs and shores of the Pacific Ocean. Cambria is known for its many unique restaurants & wonderful works by local artists. North of San Simeon you will find elephant seals lying side by side covering the beaches. On up a bit further, Ragged Point is a great place to stop and grab a bite or take breathtaking photographs of the rocky shoreline there. Don't miss Hearst Castle on your way through San Simeon. The castle was the dream of newspaper/magazine magnate William Randolph Hearst, who began the castles construction in 1919 after falling in love with the area from camping there as a child. Take a leisurely stroll out onto the Cayucos Pier where you may see dolphins playing alongside surfers in the waves. Back in Morro Bay you won't want to miss taking a bird watching kayak trip all through the bay, or sail the wild Pacific just beyond the breakwater, where you can get a completely different look at 576 foot Morro Rock and the coastline. Hopefully you have arrived during whale watching season. Montaña de Oro (Mountain of Gold) State Park is just Southwest of Morro Bay and has awesome panoramic vistas. While in Los Osos and Baywood Park you may enjoy hiking through the Elfin Forest or Sweet Springs Preserve, each along the shores of the bay. To the east, you will find our exceptional local wineries offering tastings of famous Central Coast varietals. You may want to learn about our history by taking a tour of a local museum or one many California Missions in our area. Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa was built in 1772. If you have a wild streak, drive on down through Pismo right onto the beach at Oceano Dunes where you can drive along the ocean or rent an ATV to ride the dunes. Whichever direction you decide to wander, you are sure to have the time of your life!
Bedrooms (Sleeps 6, Beds for 6)
Not Suitable For Children: Because these Condos are located on a sheer cliff overlooking a rocky shore, Children under 12 are not allowed, No pets allowed
Summer (May 1st-Sept 1st).. $300/night .. $2100/week .. $5000/month
4th of July (by Week only).. $2500/week
Winter (Sept 1st - Dec 29th)..$250/night.. $1750/week
New Years (by Week only).. $2100/week
$135 Cleaning fee (non-refundable), $500 security deposit (refundable)
12% County transient tax
Fully equipped kitchen, Laundry facilities, All linens supplied
Complimentary Italian wrapped soap, wines, flowers, cheeses, crackers, and candy provided by owner
1st night owner supplies wood for real wood burning firewood
Parking on street only due to liability
Three night minimum stay
Note: Until confirmed, rates are subject to change without notice.
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