Calabasas

Calabasas

 
Tucked away 30 miles north of Los Angeles and Malibu between the Santa Monica and Santa Susana Mountains with an equal blend of stunning architecture and lush scenery, Calabasas is one of the more desirable communities in Southern California. A verdant conglomerate of several exclusive gated communities, single-family homes, and condos provides residents with numerous real estate options. Some of these communities include The Oaks, Calabasas Country Estates, Calabasas Park Estates, Mountainview Estates, Bellagio, and Westridge. Due to its high security measures and secluded atmosphere, Calabasas attracts several A-list celebrities and professional athletes, business professionals, and many people looking for a more relaxed pace.
 
Surrounded by spectacular mountain and canyon views, this community offers easy access to country clubs and golf courses and caters to a variety of lifestyles. The Calabasas area offers several recreational areas, hiking trails, and easy canyon access to the Malibu beaches.
 
Calabasas is located near Hidden Hills, Agoura Hills, Woodland Hills, and several other surrounding towns, with easy access to downtown Los Angeles via the 101 Freeway, and a plethora of local shopping and dining options. The Commons at Calabasas is an open-air luxury shopping mall and a popular local stomping ground. Developed by famed Caruso, the plaza is an exquisite display of Mediterranean architecture and elaborate fountains tied together by boutique shops and restaurants.
 
Calabasas earned its namesake from the Spanish word “calabaza,” which means “pumpkin.” To this day, the annual Calabasas Pumpkin Festival draws in crowds to view an incredible Halloween display. The rich historical roots have attracted the interest of people from all around the world.
 
In 1931, the art deco artist colony Park Moderne (the Bird Streets), was founded by William Lingenbrink and constructed by German architects Jock Peters and R.M. Schindler. This is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the area. Although the former art cottages are no longer standing along the famous bird streets, the remnants of an art deco fountain and wrought iron gates continue to tell the story.
 
Preserving the historic character of the community has always been a long-term goal. Old Town Calabasas and the Leonis Adobe are popular attractions that preserved the Old West atmosphere. Present-day Old Town Calabasas has preserved much of the historic wooden-framed structures, saloon buildings, and charm. Mixed with its historical roots, the town now hosts an array of popular restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques, and farmers markets.
 
 
 

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