Westlake Village Neighborhoods
The heart and soul of the Conejo Valley. Westlake Village was built around the lake starting in the mid 1960s. The neighborhoods are safe, the views are beautiful, and the amenities are endless. From a housing standpoint, you almost can’t make a mistake living in Westlake Village. It’s definitely the creme dela creme. (median home prices)
Oak Park Neighborhoods
Located on the North Side of the 101 freeway, Oak Park is a little town in Ventura County that’s safe, peaceful, and known for its award winning schools. The lifestyle is relaxing and the parks are plentiful. And if you are a hiker/mountain biker, the trails are some of the best around. (median home prices)
Pros: Safe and secluded, excellent schools, parks and trails.
Cons: The homes tend to be a little more tract-style with fewer custom homes than some of our other areas. Higher home prices.
Closer to Downtown L.A., Agoura Hills is popular with people who commute. The town offers a mix of large majestic homes with huge lots, to more affordable homes and townhomes. Old Agoura is one of our few horse communities with riding trails and arenas. (median home prices)
Pros: Closer to downtown, horse community, close to everything.
Cons: A bit warmer, some of the homes and shopping centers need updating.
The largest city in the Conejo Valley with a population over 100k, Thousand Oaks always makes the list as one of the top safest cities in the country. From a housing standpoint, Thousand Oaks is a little more hit or miss. There are some phenomenal communities with stunning homes and neighborhoods that would satisfy even the pickiest home buyer, then there are some other pockets that are a little less desirable and need updating. However, if you want more land, no HOA dues, and more house for your money, Thousand Oaks may be your best bet. (median home prices)
Pros: More affordable than other areas, many of the homes have larger lots, Thousand Oaks Mall, The Lakes at Thousand Oaks.
Cons: Pockets of the city are older and need updating.