Hollister, a town with Central California independence and charm, was established by ranchers and farmers in 1872. Throughout Hollister's history, people who have settled here have talked of being fortunate to reside in such a remarkable community. While being one of the fastest growing communities in California during the past decade, it still maintains the quality of living that has brought people here from around the world.
The land, like the people of Hollister, has strength and charm, far enough away from crowds to offer very competitive prices for undeveloped property, yet close enough to city conveniences to share a cosmopolitan atmosphere. Located 12 miles southeast of Gilroy in San Benito County, Hollister is served by major California highways and has one of the few remaining executive airports in the country. Open, accessible, and friendly - the people of Hollister and the land can bring it home for you.
Hollister has a blend of older and newer homes, tree lined streets, good schools, and numerous parks. The city maintains its heritage of agriculture and cattle ranching ambiance while encouraging new business to locate in Hollister by creating a business friendly environment. There are many recreational opportunities in and around Hollister, including Pinnacles National Park, Hollister Hills State Recreational Area, San Justo Reservoir, and Thousand Trails Campground.
Hollister is located in California's Central Coast region, between the Gavilan and Diablo Ranges of the Santa Cruz Mountains. Hollister is blessed with a temperate climate, while cool ocean air regulates the city’s temperature resulting in warm summers and mild winters.
Hollister Average Home Sales Price
2000 - Present