America’s Last Hometown
Popularly known as America’s Last Home Town, Pacific Grove possesses a quaint and quiet charm all its own. Famous for its numerous Victorian-style homes, some of which have been converted into inns or bed and breakfasts, Pacific Grove has a rich architectural history, apparent in its old-style downtown.
The Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History and the Community Library, two of the town’s attractions, are popular with residents and indicative of the understated nature of the town. The monarch butterfly also calls Pacific Grove home, famously migrating there annually to nest in the coastal grove at the edge of town.
Other notable aspects of Pacific Grove include the sweeping expanse of coastline on the Monterey Bay, with many homes enjoying one-of-a-kind views, and a city-owned golf course that is also near the bay and is regarded as one of the great golf values on the Monterey Peninsula.
Pacific Grove Market Report
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