Thousand Oaks Homes & Real Estate

Browse the top Thousand Oaks, CA homes for sale and real estate below. Thousand Oaks is the second-largest city in Ventura County, where approximately 130,000 residents enjoy a beautiful climate, master-planned neighborhoods, and a convenient location 35 miles from the Los Angeles area. For further information regarding Thousand Oaks properties for sale, including prior sales history, price changes, property disclosures, and more, or to request a private home showing, connect with your LOCAL real estate experts today! Read more about Thousand Oaks real estate.

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Thousand Oaks Real Estate Market

The real estate market for the Thousand Oaks community includes several single-family homes, townhomes, and condominiums. Most homes in the area have three bedrooms and three bathrooms, with an average of 1,500 to 2,200 square feet of living space. Average home prices range between $700,000 and $1.2 million. The most luxurious homes in Thousand Oaks have prices that can exceed $16 million.

For those who would instead build than buy a home, land for custom homes is still available throughout the city of Thousand Oaks for around $100,000. Eden Home Builders, Preferred Home Builders, MY Home Builders, and Southern California Builders, among others, offer custom home plans and finishes for those wishing to build a dream home from scratch or renovate an existing home to meet homeowners' needs.

Thousand Oaks Community Amenities

Residents have access to many community amenities, including local parks, gardens, and shopping centers. Thousand Oaks has a downtown area that houses most of the city's commercial enterprises. The Oaks is the largest shopping mall in Ventura County, offering many dining, shopping, and entertainment opportunities. Parks in the area provide many opportunities to explore, hike, bike, and enjoy time outside. Popular parks in the area include Lynn Oaks Park, Conejo Community Park and Center, and Conejo Creek Park. In addition, the Wood Ranch Trailhead and Bard Reservoir are located near Thousand Oaks, offering many more outdoor recreational activities.

Highway 101 runs through the community taking residents to Los Angeles, which is approximately a 45-minute drive. Residents can enjoy access to many things to do in Los Angeles, Universal Studios, Six Flags Magic Mountain, Disneyland, and Knott's Berry Farm, so theme park enthusiasts can find themselves riding roller coasters in no time. The Getty Museum and Los Angeles's other museums, symphonies, and cultural events can be reached in under an hour.

The average commute for Thousand Oaks residents is approximately 30 minutes. Top employers in the area include Verizon Wireless, General Dynamics Corporation, Hyatt Hotels, and Conejo Valley Unified School District.

Thousand Oaks Local Highlights

  • The Oaks is an open-air and enclosed shopping center featuring many shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues, including several national chains.
  • Conejo Community Park and Center is the perfect place for residents to visit when looking for recreational activities, such as hiking, biking, and picnicking.
  • Conejo Valley Art Museum showcases many artists, including Elizabeth Williams and Howard Brodie.
  • Chumash Indian Museum features displays showcasing Chumash artifacts and a reconstruction display of a Chumash village.
  • The Grant R. Brimhall Library is home to the American Radio Archive, a museum dedicated to preserving the history of radio.

Thousand Oaks School Information

Thousand Oaks falls within the domain of the Conejo Valley Unified School District. Students from kindergarten through 5th grade will find themselves in the boundaries of one of seven elementary schools in the area—Conejo Elementary, Aspen Elementary, Ladera Elementary, Lang Ranch Elementary, Westlake Elementary, Westlake Hills Elementary, or Acacia Elementary. Middle school students from 6th through 8th grades will find themselves within one of three middle schools—Redwood Middle School, Los Cerritos Middle School, or Colina Middle School. Finally, students from 9th through 12th grades will either fall into the boundaries of Westlake High School or Thousand Oaks High School.

The Conejo Valley Unified School District features International Baccalaureate classes and Leadership Magnet programs.

For those looking for private school options in the area, most private schools center on parochial education with options available for kindergarten through 12th grades.

Those looking to buy a home in a subdivision with access to many local amenities and convenient access to Los Angeles County will enjoy shopping for a home in Thousands Oaks, California.

Thousand Oaks, CA Real Estate Agents

Preparing to buy or sell a home in Thousand Oaks? Allow our Thousand Oaks real estate experts to help you through the process of buying your new Thousand Oaks property or selling your current residence. As local real estate agents, we have up-to-date information on the distinct dynamics of Thousand Oaks, California real estate.

To learn more about representation for buyers and sellers, contact The Brad Korb Real Estate Group. Ready to sell your home in Thousand Oaks? Obtain a property value estimate in just moments using our market analysis page!

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