Wood Ranch

Wood Ranch

Wood Ranch Heading further into the westernmost part of Simi Valley, we reach Wood Ranch, home of the Ronald Reagan Library. This enclave was developed in or about 1982 with plans to develop some 3,000 homes. The prestigious suburb is perhaps best known for its...
West Simi Valley

West Simi Valley

West Simi Valley Western Simi Valley prides itself on its Town Center outdoor mall, restaurants and equestrian-zoned Bridle Path and Country Lane neighborhoods. The Town Center mall, constructed in 2005, consists of a movie theater and an array of shops and...
Central Simi Valley

Central Simi Valley

Central Simi Valley Central Simi Valley boasts the coveted Texas Tract development, also famous for the shooting of the movie Poltergeist. It is also close in proximity to Big Sky Movie Ranch, where Little House on the Prairie was filmed. This charming development is...
East Simi Valley

East Simi Valley

East Simi Valley Welcome to Simi Valley, so called for the Chumash term “Shimiyi” meaning “stringy, thread-like clouds.” Where the East meets the West, this beautiful eastern area spans west of Chatsworth through central Simi Valley, conveniently situated along the...
Thousand Oaks

Thousand Oaks

Thousand Oaks Thousand Oaks, a top 10 ranking safest city in the U.S., was originally named “Conejo” or “Valley of Rabbits” by the Spaniards who settled here circa early 1800s but is arguable most known for its monumental oak trees. It is also the largest city in...
Moorpark

Moorpark

Moorpark Welcome to Moorpark, affectionately dubbed “Mayberry,” so called for its lush farmland and quiet retreat from the city that hearkens back to the old West. Incorporated in 1983, the small city began as an agricultural development known for its apricots, which...
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