Bella Montaña is conveniently located near the Cal Poly campus at the northwest corner of Highland Drive and North Santa Rosa Street. Designed to maximize views of the surrounding natural beauty, Bella Montaña homes offer superior design at an affordable price, conveniently located near Cal Poly and close to the most sought after features of San Luis Obispo County.
Bella Montaña rewards homeowners with beautiful views, distinct exteriors, elegant living areas, contemporary finishes and fixtures, and energy saving appliances – all at an inviting price well below comparable San Luis Obispo homes. With nearly 70 homes, the Bella Montaña community was thoughtfully designed and carefully crafted by local, Cal Poly supporting professionals, who are known for their exceptional experience and commitment to the local community, in partnership with the Cal Poly Corporation.
Bella Montaña is perfectly situated near some of San Luis Obispo’s finest features, including San Luis Obispo’s most sought after summit, Bishop Peak. This living community is within walking distance of local amenities, grocery stores, restaurants, public transportation, and the Cal Poly campus. It is also perfectly located along a scenic corridor set among the surrounding mountains, and is minutes away from downtown San Luis Obispo, Morro Bay, and Avila Beach.
The Bella Montaña Community offers nearly 70 homes with 10 flexible floor plans, ranging from 2 bedroom / 1 bath homes to 3 bedroom / 3 bath homes, and the approximate square footage ranges from 1,029 to 1,614. The homes offer distinctive exteriors with personal courtyards, patios or decks, contemporary kitchens, elegant living areas, and attractive baths. Bella Montaña was developed by the Cal Poly Corporation, a nonprofit corporation affiliated with Cal Poly, that allows university faculty and staff to live more affordably in San Luis Obispo. The homes are built on leased land, which enables them to be sold at below market prices, and helps ensure that homes remain owned by persons affiliated with Cal Poly.