Welcome to Hidden Hills
Off of the 101 in the west San Fernando Valley, this 650-home community neighbors Calabasas and Woodland Hills. Having been home to Miley Cyrus, Drake, Kim Kardashian, and Kanye West, it’s clear why Hidden Hills has gained so much popularity in the last few years.
White three-rail fences, corrals, barns, and equestrian trails help give this community its truly unique Californian-country feel. With ranch-style homes and spacious lots, this neighborhood provides a country escape only moments from city life. In this quintessential neighborhood, you’ll find rustic charm dotting the streets, encapsulating small-town vibes. With guarded entrances and a ban on street photography vehicles, privacy is a given in this community.
Lifestyle and Amenities
Hidden Hills is in the top three safest suburbs in California. Because of this, as well as its many parks and wonderful school system, it is ideal for families. Most people who reside in Hidden Hills own their homes, having it be their primary residence year-round.
The Hidden Hills Community Association is responsible for maintaining this overarching motif and caring for its many amenities such as:
- 24-hour guarded gates
- 100-seat performing arts theater
- Competition-size pool
- Bridle trails
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Residents typically head to Calabasas or Woodland Hills for their dining and entertainment options, as there’s quite the variety of restaurants and boutiques that feature everything from fast-casual finds to high-end treasures. King’s Fish House offers delectable seafood while the eclectic Pedlers Fork is home to brunch and cafe favorites.
The Commons at Calabasas shopping center is home to local boutiques as well as designer brands like Lululemon, Kate Spade, and Rolex. The Westfield Topanga includes additional high-end stores such as Tiffany's, Jimmy Choo, and Louis Vuitton. The nearby Old Town Calabasas Farmers Market has everything from organic fruit to soap to coffee.
Things to Do
Hidden Hills is bordered by a nature reserve in the north, providing easy access to parks as well as several hiking and equestrian trails. With Leonis Adobe National Historic Landmark just minutes away, gardens and historical museums are also within close proximity.
Just before the Ventura county line, the Hidden Hills community has access to plenty of public, private, and charter schools in the Las Virgenes Unified district and greater San Fernando Valley.
- Round Meadow Elementary School, Public, K-5
- Mariposa School of Global Education, Public, K-8
- Calabasas High School, Public, 9-12 (National Blue Ribbon School Award Winner)
- Viewpoint School, Private, K-12
- MUSE School CA Private, PK-12