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Calabasas







Welcome to Calabasas

Home to some of the most expensive real estate in America, Calabasas is an incredibly sought-after community. With a population just shy of 25,000, Calabasas is a medium-sized city, giving it an ideal mixture of small town and big city vibes. The home styles in Calabasas range from Spanish to French, offering an eclectic and visually appealing blend of designs. Calabasas is located in the hills west of the San Fernando Valley and in the northwest Santa Monica Mountains, allowing its residents easy access to both Malibu and Hollywood.


Lifestyle

Home to some of the most expensive real estate in America, Calabasas is an incredibly sought-after community. With a population just shy of 25,000, Calabasas is a medium-sized city, giving it an ideal mixture of small town and big city vibes. The home styles in Calabasas range from Spanish to French, offering an eclectic and visually appealing blend of designs. Calabasas is located in the hills west of the San Fernando Valley and in the northwest Santa Monica Mountains, allowing its residents easy access to both Malibu and Hollywood.


Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

The Commons at Calabasas is a popular shopping complex, offering a mixture of trendy boutiques and popular designer brands. Ranging from fashion and beauty to home decor and crafts, The Commons at Calabasas has something for everyone.

The Promenade at Westlake in Thousand Oaks is also nearby. In addition to stores, The Promenade offers beauty salons, nail spas, and other beauty shops. You can also find Italian food, steakhouses, and chocolate shops within the center.

Toscanova and Rosti Calabasas are both destinations for fine Italian cuisine. Saddle Peak Lodge serves up New American food and is a prime event space perfect for weddings and parties while the intimate Brandywine has impeccable French meals. 


Things to Do

The city is rumored to have been named after the Spanish word for pumpkin because of the wild squash plants that thrive in the area. Today, Calabasas still celebrates this bit of history with an annual October Pumpkin Festival that features carnival rides, games, and a pumpkin patch. 

Having gained notoriety in recent years for attracting everyone from Justin Bieber to the Kardashians, Calabasas has more than just a celebrity-filled population. Inland of Malibu and to the west of Woodland Hills, Calabasas borders Malibu Creek State Park and other wilderness areas that add a natural element to life in this chic community.

Many residents take full advantage of the equestrian trails and riding centers throughout the area and own or ride horses regularly. Since Calabasas borders three of the major wilderness zones in the west San Fernando Valley, hiking and mountain biking are also popular activities. The Calabasas Country Club is a prominent attraction with an 18-hole golf course and fitness center. The community center offers state-of-the-art amenities like tennis courts and rock climbing walls. 


Schools

A part of the renowned Las Virgenes Unified School District, Calabasas has access to plenty of highly-ranked public and private schools in the west San Fernando Valley. 

  • Lupin Hill Elementary School, Public, K-5
  • Arthur E. Wright Middle School, Public, 6-8
  • Calabasas High School, Public, 9-12 (National Blue Ribbon School Award Winner)
  • Viewpoint School, Private, K-12
  • MUSE School CA Private, PK-12



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