San Luis Obispo resident Abbie Woodward has been helping Buyers and Sellers realize their real estate dreams all across California's Central Coast for more the 30 years.
Abbie got into real estate when local developers Chuck and John French tapped her to to sell a brand-new home development on the southern outskirts of San Luis Obispo that is now known as the "Flower Streets."
Then newly licensed Abbie hit the ground not just running but sprinting and over the course of seven years sold 570 homes that comprise the now established neighborhood. In addition to private clients at all price points. Abbie has also overseen the Courtyard on Walnut and Moylan Terrace developments, both in San Luis Obispo.
A previous President of the San Luis Obispo Association of Realtors, elected as a State Director of the California Association of Realtors, serving as a Regional Chair, and a recipient of the prestigious Realtor of the Year award. Abbie is also active in her community. A long time volunteer with Special Olympics and a past president of the Cal Poly Stampede Club, in 2010 she was honored with the Betty Neilson Volunteer Award for her work as president of the Cuesta Junior College Athletic Board, an organization in which she remains involved.
Having grown up in the historic Monterey Heights neighborhood near Cal Poly, Abbie is a true Central Coast local whose children and grandchildren were also raised in San Luis Obispo.