Calabasas

Known for its several gated communities, celebrity residents and relaxed lifestyle, Calabasas is the most westerly city in the San Fernando Valley, bordered by Woodland Hills, Agoura Hills, Hidden Hills and Malibu. Just as part of Calabasas is nestled into the Santa Monica mountains, it has also achieved a balance between preserving the old, while incorporating the new. In addition to lots of open space, the city has a charming Old Town area with shops and restaurants, that leads to the Calabasas Commons, one of Los Angeles’ premier shopping areas. Many large businesses make their home in the city, and the affluence of the population is evidenced by the many ultra-high end car dealerships. In addition to its luxurious gated communities, Calabasas is also associated with Hidden Hills, a gated incorporated city with horse properties, large estates, and a population made up of entertainers, athletes, producers, directors and other industry professionals.

Live Map

This Live Map View updates every fifteen minutes to display the exact location of each premium listing in and around Calabasas, California. Drag and zoom in and out of the map as necessary and select blue and white property icons to view property details. Once open, scroll down to view slideshows, virtual tours, walking and driving distance to area amenities, and to schedule a showing.

Home Search

For a more targeted search enter your search criteria in the Calabasas Home Search Tool above. This tool is integrated into satellite mapping and the live Multiple Listing Service feed. Select minimum and maximum price, number of bedrooms, bathrooms, and square footage and all of the active listings in Calabasas that match your search query will be displayed in real time. Listings are updated as they happen. Select a property to view details about your selection including photo gallery or to schedule a showing. To view area services within a short distance by foot or car from the property scroll to the bottom of the property page and view the “Walk Score”..

Schools

schoolsCalabasas has some of the highest rated schools in California. From elementary through high school, the district is known for its involved teachers and administrators, and the individual attention they pay to the students. Calabasas High School is known for its competitive sports teams, as well as high academic standards, which explains its graduating seniors high eligibility rates to attend University of California and California State schools.

Commute

Wilshire CorridorLocated at the west end of the San Fernando Valley, Calabasas is the perfect jumping off point for commuters going to north Westlake and Thousand Oaks (to work at companies such as Dole, Anthem, and Amgen), south to Warner Center and Los Angeles, and towards the beach communities of Malibu and Santa Monica. Drivers have several commuting routes available thanks to easy access to the 101 Freeway and Pacific Coast Highway.

Latest Listings in Calabasas

Click on the tiles below to view the latest listings in Calabasas including the neighboring community of Hidden Hills.

Dining and Shopping

When it comes to food, Calabasas has some of the finest restaurants in Los Angeles. Shibuya is consistently ranked as one of the area’s top sushi restaurants, Peddler’s Fork is a “must eat” spot, and the Saddle Peak Lodge is renowned for excellent steaks, game and an authentic old world atmosphere.  For shopping, Blush Boutique, Polachek’s Jewelry and Tempt are just some of the stores that give the area its celebrity flair, while the Beauty Collection is considered by those in the know as one of the best beauty supply stores anywhere.

Entertainment

The Leonis Adobe and Plummer House Museum is an historic landmark and the cultural anchor of Calabasas, but the city truly shines with events such as the Calabasas-Malibu Food and Wine Festival and the annual Pumpkin Festival (no surprise since Calabasas is Spanish for pumpkin).  On the weekends Old Town Calabasas hosts one of the top rated farmer’s markets in all of California. In addition to produce, there are flowers, crafts and an exceptional array of food vendors offering everything from fresh breads to exotic cheeses, meats and (unbelievably delicious) olives.

Parks and Recreation

Because of the  city’s dedication to open space, Calabasas is known for its parks and trails. Las Virgenes Road runs through the Santa Monica Mountains, becoming Malibu Canyon (which ends at the Pacific Ocean). Along this drive are some of the trail heads of Los Angeles’ most celebrated hikes, including the Malibu Creek State Park trail that leads to the set used for M*A*S*H* (some vehicles and outbuildings are still there).
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