Calabasas, CA

CALABASAS, CA THE PREMIERE PLACE TO LIVE, WORK AND PLAY Nestled in the oak-filled foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains, the upscale community with small town charm has a progressive economy, safe neighborhoods, blue ribbon schools and healthy lifestyle. In addition to its desirable location surrounded by scenic open space, Calabasas is conveniently located near employment opportunities and all of Southern California’s finest attractions. It is simply an ideal place to enjoy life. With its rolling hills and waterfalls, Calabasas attracted Hollywood artists in the late 1920’s and established the bohemian colony of Park Moderne. Calabasas got its name from the Spanish word “Calabaza” meaning “pumpkin” or “gourd”? Calabasas continues to value beauty through its art in public places program. Custom architecture, attractive business offices, and stylish shopping centers, as well as outdoor art blend the city’s past, present and future into an exciting environment. The Calabasas Historical Society preserved a Zigzag Moderne fountain created by the 1920’s artists on a Native American footpath that can still be enjoyed in what are now called “the bird streets”. A desirable location throughout history, Calabasas was part of the El Camino Real, the original Mission Highway that served the California Missions. The first recorded occupation in the area was by Chumash Native Americans who settled along the banks in Calabasas Creek Park. Espiritu, daughter of Chumash Chief Odin, married Miguel Leonis the legendary “King of Calabasas” who ruled the territory in the mid-1800s. The Leonis Adobe, Los Angeles City Historic Cultural Monument No.1, is a living history museum in the heart of Old Town Calabasas where thousands of visitors and schoolchildren can relive the excitement of the old west. Calabasas’ original “Last of the Old West” Old Town offers a picturesque setting for dining and shopping. Calabasas is admired around the nation, if not the world. It is a model city of prosperity for current residents as well as those who will call it home in the future. A self-sufficient young municipality, Calabasas practices prudent planning allocating for the growth necessary to maintain a desirable residential and business community.

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$3,450,000
Calabasas, CA
5
beds
5
baths
Listing courtesy of Berkshire Hathaway HomeService CARETS
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$1,649,999
Calabasas, CA
4
beds
4
baths
Listing courtesy of Pinnacle Estate Properties, In CARETS
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$3,995,000
Calabasas, CA
6
beds
7
baths
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Beverly Hills CARETS
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$1,549,000
Calabasas, CA
4
beds
5
baths
Listing courtesy of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Realty CARETS
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$2,195,000
Calabasas, CA
4
beds
4
baths
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Encino-Sherman CARETS
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