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ⓘ Buellton, California




Buellton, California
                                     

ⓘ Buellton, California

Buellton is a small city in Santa Barbara County, California, United States. It is located in the Santa Ynez Valley. The population was 4.828 at the 2010 census.

With its convenient location at the intersection of state highway 101 and highway 246, Buellton attracts many travelers. It is a city that is home to various hotels, restaurants, parks and shops. He may be best known for his nickname" homemade pea soup”, which is a reference to a restaurant pea soup Andersens. Buellton traces its history back to 1867, when the part of the Mexican grants of land were transferred to Rufus T. Buell and his brother. They have developed a successful ranch in the 19th century.

                                     
  • and a half miles east of Highway 101 approximately five miles south of Buellton and about 7 miles southwest of the city of Solvang via Alisal Road. The
  • races for fifteen months. He spent that time at River Edge Farm near Buellton California where the Todds board their mares. The owners often went to see
  • replaced ship transportation. A paved road linked Lompoc to Buellton and the rest of California around 1920. In 1923, the Honda Point disaster, the U.S. s
  • Valley bus service connects Buellton Solvang, Santa Ynez, and Los Olivos. The Clean Air Express now connects Solvang and Buellton to Goleta and Santa Barbara
  • banks of the Santa Ynez River at Santa Rosa Creek, west of present day Buellton Francisco Atanasio Cota 1787 1851 was a soldier at the Presidio of Santa
  • River along Zaca Creek. The grant encompasses present - day Solvang and Buellton Jose Joaquin Carrillo 1801 1868 was the son of Domingo Antonio Ygnacio

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