Welcome to the area West of Paso Robles known as the Adelaida. Visit once and you'll understand why it is considered by many to be the most desirable location in the North County.
The Westside is known for its rolling hills and valleys and a micro-climate of warm afternoons and cool evenings that make it a prime appellation for a variety of grapes. Originally known as Las Tablas, the area was settled in the mid 1800's and experienced a surge of growth when three mining companies staked claims for quicksilver.
Several schools, a market, and a post office serviced the area's residents, which totaled nearly 700 at its peak. The post office is rumored to have been named after a woman named Adelaida, and the name soon became associated with the area as a whole. But by the late 1800's, after the railroad came to Paso Robles, many of the Adelaida residents decided to move into town. And while there are very little physical remains of the original Adelaida community, those of us who choose to live there now can still appreciate its natural beauty.
The following web pages contain links to related sites and information regarding the properties that are currently available. If you have any questions or comments regarding this website or it's contents please contact me directly, 805-591-5226.
Hugh Pitts, BRE#00950235