Welcome to Westlake Village
Coastal breezes seep through canyons to allow Westlake to sometimes be up to 10 degrees cooler and considerably less hazy than nearby San Fernando Valley during the summer months. North Ranch is a gated, 4,700-acre community nestled among the rolling hills of Westlake Village, California. Surrounded by mountain views and natural terrain, this residential community features a variety of attached and single-family homes situated within a peaceful setting. Residents have access to amenities like parks, trails, and championship golf courses such North Ranch Country Club, as well as a vibrant social atmosphere. North Ranch is also right under an hour drive north of Los Angeles, for big-city perks and about an hour and half south of Santa Barbera for relaxing weekend getaways to quiet beaches and excellent seafood dining.
Next door neighbor Thousand Oaks (Ventura County)
People & Lifestyle
- High End Retired Celebrities & Athletes (Will Smith/ Scotty Pipins/Simon Kal/)
- Luxury Shopping and Culinary Status Dining
- Ferrari & O’gara exotic car dealerships
Dine & Drinks
The beverage scene in Westlake Village ranks highly as well. The nearby Malibu, Santa Barbara, and Central Coast wine regions produce award-winning wines, and outstanding local breweries and craft-cocktail bars offer lots of exciting beverage choices. The Stonehaus at the Westlake Village Inn (inspired by boutique enotecas in Italy) even features its own vineyard and gardens and is the perfect place for a morning coffee or afternoon wine or beer tasting. Be sure to also check out the Prosperous Penny lounge, which joins Coin & Candor as the newest bar and dining experiences at the Four Seasons Westlake Village.
- Stonehaus coffee and wine bar
- Nabu - Wine tasting
- The nearby Malibu wine region (Malibu Coast AVA) is said to be California’s oldest wine region, and vintners here are producing award-winning wines. Explore the area on a guided wine tour or enjoy tastings along the Malibu Coast Wine Trail.
In Westlake Village, be sure to stop at the Stonehaus at the Westlake Village Inn to stroll the lush vineyards and sip a glass of house rosé. NABU Wines, a winery and tasting room with live music and a local crowd, was voted Best Wine Bar 2019 by the Los Angeles Daily News. Popular neighborhood breweries and craft-cocktail bars also offer lots of creative beverage choices with a local twist.
Things To Do in Westlake
Weddings/Receptions/Family Vacations/Corporate Retreats
- 4 Seasons
- Westlake Village Inn
- Sailing on the Lake of Westlake
- Miles of Hiking & Biking Trails through the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreational Parks
- Multitude of luxury golf courses
- Golfers can choose from several outstanding Westlake Village golf courses, including the lovely Westlake Golf Course, a public 18-hole course designed by golf great Ted Robinson. North Ranch Country Club, a private golf, tennis, and social club, is set in the exclusive North Ranch area of Westlake Village, with luxury homes and some of the most sought-after real estate in Southern California.
- The prestigious Sherwood Country Club is home to a championship 18-hole Jack Nicklaus signature golf course and is one of the top-ranked golf courses in the country. The club hosts the annual Showdown at Sherwood fall PGA Tour Champions Tournament and is surrounded by some of the most expensive luxury real estate in California.
PLATINUM TRIANGLE ( LA Westside):
- Bel Air/ Beverly Hills/ Holmby Hills/
- Platinum Triangle" designation refers to the affluence of the neighborhood and its large, multi-million-dollar homes. Beverly Hills in particular contains the largest homes in Los Angeles. The area is consistently ranked as one of the most expensive housing markets in the country
- Calabasas / Hidden Hills/ Westlake
- Toluca Lake/ Burbank
- Encino/ Tarzana/ Woodland Hills
- Studio City/ Valley Village/ Sherman Oaks
Santa Monica/ Venice Beach/Playa Del Rey/ Marina Del Rey/ Hermosa/ Hermosa Beach/Redondo Beach
In between the Hills and The Beaches: BRENTWOOD
- Brentwood includes high-style boutiques and trendy restaurants balanced by large secluded houses in the foothills of the Santa Monica mountains.
- Key Attraction: Getty Art Museum
- UCLA students and faculty, and successful entertainment industry professionals who appreciate its quiet quaintness
- Brentwood enjoys a slightly slower pace. The town is well-maintained, from its manicured parks to its sweeping city streets
- The Brentwood Farmers Market, one of the best in LA
- Though it sits alongside the hustle and bustle of Santa Monica, Brentwood maintains a neighborhood vibe. Quaint shops are its calling card and long-time residents greet one another on the area's many running paths and trails, lending a sense of stability and familiarity
- Pacific Palisades is a polished, coastal, quiet residential area with large private homes, spectacular ocean views, and ample amounts of park space and hiking trails
- Pacific Palisades is one of LA’s best-kept secrets. It offers the ocean views, beach access, and impressive outdoor opportunities of neighboring Santa Monica and Malibu, but attracts fewer tourists
- This coastal neighborhood offers plentiful outdoor space, but Palisades Park is the largest—117 acres—and most accessible communal area
- Malibu - Privacy-seekers and beach-lovers.
- Though Highway 1 runs through Malibu, its oceanfront homes maintain a distinct sense of privacy.
- Secluded beaches, charming restaurants, and plenty of convertibles on the road.
- Malibu features some of California’s most idyllic coastline, upscale retail, and delicious seafood, from healthy daily catches at Malibu Farm to crispy Neptune’s Net takeaway. The neighborhood’s pristine beaches are famed for a reason, representing some of California’s most stunning scenery.