Thousand Oaks is located between the 101 and 118 Freeways and is bisected by the 23. Once known as the home of Jungleland, Thousand Oaks has in the past several decades grown from a sleepy LA suburb to a thriving community with its Civic Arts Plaza and adjoining upscale stores, restaurants and outdoor skating rink in the winter, and a spectacular library. The city is also host to two malls (The Oaks and the Janss Mall), great restaurants, multiple movie theaters and dozens of parks. In fact, the city prides itself on its open space -- Wildwood Park and the Chumash Indian Museum and walking trails, just to name two -- as well as its Blue Ribbon schools. As the oldest part of the Conejo Valley that was home to some of California's largest cattle ranches, it still features numerous traditional California ranch-style single-story homes on large lots, some of which are zoned as horse properties.There are also hundreds of "newer" tract-style homes. Thousand Oaks is also home to some of the priciest properties in the country, including Lake Sherwood and its famous Lake Sherwood County Club and highly rated golf course. For more information about Thousand Oaks, please feel free to contact us.