Welcome to Calabasas

A beautiful neighborhood with large estates and acreages.
Calabasas is a beautiful neighborhood in the northwest part of the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles County. The city is famous for its lush hills and winding roads and notable areas bordering it include Simi Hills, Topanga Canyon, Woodland Hills, and Westlake Village. Calabasas is a luxury community featuring a mix of architectural styles and sizes, ranging from single-family homes to condominiums, and villas to estates. The most eye-catching feature of the area is its large estates on multiple acres, with multi-million-dollar homes built to accommodate families and sprawling outdoor living spaces. Typical architecture in Calabasas includes the Mediterranean style and many other ranch styles.
Calabasas is a great place to live because of its proximity to amenities in Los Angeles, but slightly away from the city's hustle and bustle of life. As a result, residents enjoy nature, wildland, and suburban convenience. Residents also appreciate plenty of high-end shopping and restaurants, including world-class entertainment, education, and cultural institutions in the nearby cities. This gated community offers natural beauty and a sense of seclusion that most other areas of Los Angeles just can't offer. Celebrities like the Kardashians live here too.

What to Love

  • Large estates on many acres of land
  • Lush hills and winding roads
  • Beautiful natural surroundings
  • Proximity to the city for convenience
  • A popular neighborhood for celebrities
  • Hiking trails and biking rides

Local Lifestyle

Residents enjoy quick access to Malibu beaches and shopping at nearby celebrity hotspots like the Twin Oaks Shopping Center. Many celebrities and other notable people choose to live here for the lavish lifestyle provided by its residents. You will also find world-class restaurants and shopping, gorgeous sceneries, and all the amenities of a high-class neighborhood. There are plenty of outdoor activities for adults and kids, such as hiking trails, bike paths, and parks in Calabasas.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Calabasas has some of the best dining experiences and beautiful restaurants around. Here, you can wrap up your day with delicious meals at some of the city's most popular restaurants. With so many options, you'll find the perfect spot to grab a bite and relax after a long day. The Pedalers Fork is a farm-to-table favorite with its extensive selection of fresh ingredients. You can enjoy luxury and comfort in this restaurant, including delicious meals and a vast wine selection. The Sagebrush Cantina is famous for its eclectic interior design and authentic Mexican cuisine.
The Inn of the Seventh Ray is renowned for its luxurious indoor and outdoor dining and is a posh restaurant where people come to experience the exquisite food and service. The menu includes an extensive list of organic and vegan dishes pleasing to any diet. It has an outdoor patio with live music on weekends, a long bar with flat screens, and valet parking. The dining possibilities are endless when you want to relish a restaurant in Calabasas.
If seafood is more to your taste, you can relax with friends at King's Fish House and order fish and chips or lobster bisque, including some of the freshest seasonal selections. You will also love Saddle Peak Lodge, a rustic-chic lodge and restaurant overlooking Los Angeles County. The menu features sustainable seafood and vegetables served in a relaxed yet high-end atmosphere.

Things to Do

Calabasas is a vibrant hub of art, music, and culture and home to several popular festivals, events, venues, and parks. Its rich cultural history makes it a favorite among locals and tourists alike. Calabasas also hosts many festivals and events throughout the year, including the Calabasas Film Festival,  Night of the Jack Halloween festival, and summer concerts.
Calabasas Hills Park boasts beautiful panoramic views of the San Fernando Valley and forests. The park has several picturesque hiking trails that wind through natural valleys, oak groves, and meadows full of wildflowers. Locals enjoy picnicking or mountain biking along its tracks.
The Calabasas Bark Park features tennis courts and a dog park where your pup can meet friends who love playing just as much as they do. Juan Bautista de Anza Park has plenty of green space to sit back and relax while enjoying breathtaking views of the San Fernando Valley.


Calabasas is served by Las Virgenes Unified School District. Schools of note include:

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