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Priciest ZIP Codes in the Tri-Counties
Ranked by home value index
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Avila Beach, 93424
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The storefronts in this postcard-perfect beach town were largely built after Unocal began clean-up of a massive, decades-old oil spill in the late 1990s. Today, Avila is a family-friendly tourist destination with one of the cleanest beaches around.
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Ballard, 93463
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When Ballard was founded in the 1880s at the location of a Wells Fargo stage line station, the plan was to turn it into the central metropolis of Santa Barbara County. Today, the town is home to fewer than 500 residents, but it is surrounded by wineries and the rolling hills of the Santa Ynez Valley.
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Cambria, 93428
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Publisher William Randolph Hearst's massive estate, a California State Park monument that can be toured by the general public, is located a few miles outside of Cambria.
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Carpinteria/Toro Canyon, 93013
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An idyllic seaside town, Carpinteria offers a laid-back feel but still manages to attract some of Hollywood's A-list celebrities, including Kevin Costner, Ellen Degeneris and George Lucas. This town has played host to the California Avocado Festival.
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Cayucos, 93430
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Nestled between Cambria and Morro Bay, this San Luis Obispo County beach destination was given its name, which means "canoe," by the Chumash who fished in the bay. In 2009, Budget Travel Magazine listed Cayucos as one of the "Coolest Small Towns in America"