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The City of Calabasas, incorporated in 1991, is nestled in the hills of the northwest Santa Monica Mountains, west of the San Fernando Valley. Calabasas is short drive through scenic Las Virgenes Canyon to Malibu beaches. Known as “The Beverly Hills of the Valley,” Calabasas is bounded by affluent Hidden Hills and Malibu — with Woodland Hills, Agoura Hills and West Hills nearby. The community is home to the Las Virgenes Unified School District, one of the highest ranked districts in the state. Calabasas residents enjoy privacy unrivaled by any neighboring community in the San Fernando Valley, with 29 high-end gated communities — 12 of which are equipped with guards. Read More
A new report from the Urban Land Institute shows how shifting cultural attitudes toward food, health and community have begun to be embraced by the real estate industry.
The report, entitled “Cultivating Development,” examines how perspectives toward food and healthy living have evolved over the last few decades. From the increasing ubiquity of sophisticated culinary palettes, to the proliferation of celebrity chefs, to the skyrocketing number of farmers markets in the country, Americans have clearly developed a new appreciation for food and cuisine. Read More
Purchasing a home is a big deal. Your home may be the most expensive purchase you will ever make during your lifetime. Because the home buying process has its share of emotional and financial ramifications, you should be sure that owning a home is the right decision. The decision you make will depend on you and your circumstances. Keep in mind that becoming a homeowner also involves extra costs and responsibilities such as home maintenance and repair. Although purchasing your home will require a lot of time and effort, we’ve compiled a list of some of the most important aspects of the home buying process to facilitate your experience and help you get into the home of your dreams! Read More
The Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority (MRCA) announced this week that they have acquired the Chesebro Meadow.
The Chesebro Meadow is a significant part of the Liberty Canyon Wildlife Corridor project. According to urban wildlife experts, creating a safe passage for wildlife across the 101 at Liberty Canyon is crucial to give us a chance to ensure the future of cougars in the Santa Monica Mountains and Los Angeles area. Read More
This seriously stunning Chateau is sequestered in the prestigious The Estates of The Oaks in Calabasas.
25305 Prado de los Suenos is offered at $9,499,000 by Dana and Jeff & Tomer and Isidora. Read More
Do you know what to look for when buying a home?
Purchasing real estate is a very involved process that can take many months to complete. There is a lot to consider before closing on a home, and potential homeowners are right to do as much due diligence on their prospective home as possible. The last thing anyone wants is to move into a new home only to find hidden issues that could have been identified earlier. This is why we’ll be addressing 15 areas to focus on before making the final decision to buy a home. Read More
Ewing and Associates Sotheby’s International Realty is thrilled to announce the opening of our newest office in Westlake Village.
Welcome to our new home! Come visit us at our beautiful new office at 101 N. Westlake Blvd, Suite 110, Westlake Village CA 91362.
Straddling the Ventura and Los Angeles county borderline, Westlake Village, California is a planned community that is home to approximately 8,000 residents many of whom call North Ranch Country Club their home away from home. This expression is definitely appropriate since both club members and the staff maintain that North Ranch Country Club is “more than a membership… it’s a lifestyle.” Read More
A live-work community spanning 34 acres is set to replace the Promenade Mall.
Westfield just released its revised vision for Warner Center in Woodland Hills. With tall buildings, open space parks, rooftop gardens, two hotels and 1,400 units of housing, the downtown of the Valley is coming for a whole new urban look.
The Thousand Oaks Library serves the diverse, affluent community of Thousand Oaks, California. The library provides information in both print and electronic formats at its main library located in Thousand Oaks and at its Newbury Park Branch. Also known as The Grant R. Brimhall Library, the facility owns a collection of more than 350,000 items designed to help its Thousand Oaks neighbors pursue leisure activities and life-long learning. The library’s friendly staff welcomes visitors of all ages to a safe, rich environment that also offers a myriad of cultural and informative programs. Read More