Are you looking for luxury homes in Calabasas, CA? Calabasas was only incorporated into Los Angeles County in 1991, which explains why it feels like another world. It even has its own film festival and trolley service.
It also offers one of the most highly sought after school districts (Las Virgenes School District) with some of the best schools in the surrounding areas.
Hidden Hills, which is considered its own municipality is one of the oldest gated communities in Southern California. California is the only place in the U.S. where gated communities have been legally categorized as separate cities. It was designed and built in the ’50s by landscape architect A.E. Hanson. The City of Hidden Hills is also ranked as one of the most affluent cities and communities in Los Angeles.
Real Estate Trends:
Calabasas has quickly become the hub for A-list celebrities, industry executives, and captains of industry who want more property and land for the value. We have seen a wonderful growth within the Calabasas real estate market as we see newer constructions and a rise in movement.
A fabulously located outdoor shopping area, The Commons, offers a variety of casual and fine dining, posh shops, movie theater, community center, library, great areas to walk around and take in the tranquil scenery, lavish landscaping and serene fountains with turtle ponds.
Living in the area, we enjoy having so many delicious restaurants in such a central location. Calabasas offers everything from quaint cafés to elegant dining and everything in between. Whether you want to pop in and grab a quick bite at Le Pain, feel at home within the warm inviting shop of Blue Table, or enjoy a fresh sushi dinner at Sugar Fish, by Sushi Nozawa, we have it all. A personal favorite on a warm summer night is the outdoor seating by fire pit that Toscanova offers. Dessert always sounds like a great idea at Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream, and take in the ‘small town’ feel of walking down the main strip as you pop in and out of boutique shops.
The Las Virgenes School Districts offer some of the most highly sought after schools in the surrounding area. Las Virgenes Unified School District serves approximately 11,500 students from Agoura Hills, Calabasas, Hidden Hills, and the Los Angeles County portion of Westlake Village. The District encompasses fifteen schools, spanning preschool through high school. LVUSD offers award-winning music, athletics, and a multitude of distinctive programs that serve the diverse needs of its student body.