Newbury Park, California, is a small town nestled within the Conejo Valley. Additionally, most of Newbury Park is located the western city limits of Thousand Oaks, the second largest city by land mass in Ventura County, encompassing 55 square miles. This community is only 35 miles from Downtown Los Angeles, making it a part of the Greater Los Angeles Metropolitan Area. In addition to that, Malibu, the nearest coastal city, is only 22 miles away from Newbury Park, and is accessible by back roads or by crossing the Santa Monica Mountains via numerous hiking trails. Newbury Park and Thousand Oaks have both been ranked among the most peaceful and affluent communities in the country. In the 1950s, the family owned Janss Investment Company developed both Thousand Oaks and Newbury Park as a master-planned city, which included 2,000 single-family residences, 1,000 custom home lots, a 200-acre business district, as well as several community shopping centers. The town is named after Egbert Starr Newbury, who was one of the first purchasers of the former Rancho El Conejo, buying 2,200 acres in 1874. Newbury was a sheep farmer but also grew some acres or wheat. In those days, Newbury and his family were one of only five families who lived in the Conejo Valley. Although Newbury Park is much older than Thousand Oaks, much of Newbury Park ended up annexed as a part of Thousand Oaks.
Owning a home in Newbury places you just one hour from Long Beach, 45 minutes from Santa Clarita, and only 30 minutes from Malibu. All these destinations have exciting attractions for all ages and walks of life. Besides that, there is plenty to do in the Newbury Park area as well. One of the most notable attributes of living in the Conejo Valley is all of the natural green spaces available to the public. For example, there is the Conejo Canyons Open Space, a 1,628-acre open-space park featuring diverse natural features such as volcanic mountains, prominent ridgelines, deep canyons with perennial streams, and a variety of natural habitats. The Conejo Open Space Conservation Agency (COSCA) owns and operates the park, and is used for horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking. If you’re looking to entertain the entire family, especially children, there is Six Flags Magic Mountain located only 35 miles from Downtown Los Angeles. This 262-acre theme park features themed areas such as DC Universe, Screampunk District, Bugs Bunny World, along with others.
Newbury Park real estate features various architectural styles, amenities, and yard sizes. In general, single-family homes for sale in Newbury Park range in size from two bedrooms, one bathroom, and 816 square feet to seven bedrooms, 11 baths, and 14,073 square feet. Some of the amenities found in these houses include master bedroom suites with dual baths, a wine connoisseur's tasting rooms, separate guest quarters, theaters, personal gyms, and much more. Furthermore, condominiums for sale in Newbury Park range in size from two bedroom, one bathroom, and around 882 square feet to five bedrooms, three baths, and 2,615 square feet. You can also find a sizeable selection of townhomes for sale in Newbury Park, ranging in size from two bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 2,033 square feet to three bedrooms, three baths, and 1,798 square feet. In addition to that, if you’re shopping around for affordable homes, Newbury Park has a number of manufactured homes on the market as well. For those interested in building a house from the ground up, there are numerous vacant lots for sale in Newbury Park ranging from 0.28 acres to 8.60 acres. To learn more about the available real estate in Newbury Park or to schedule a showing, feel free to contact us today for additional information.
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