A mere 30 miles from Downtown LA and sitting at the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains is Agoura Hills, a quiet city with a rich history, natural charm and a throng of uniquely beautiful homes. Over the years, this neighborhood has become a celebrated place for first time homebuyers, those looking to purchase an income property and those simply in the market for a piece of luxury real estate to call their own.
Ranch style, single family homes are most popular in Agoura Hills. With expansive lot sizes and vistas of the mountains, many of the homes in this area fall under the luxury real estate category, offering custom details and impressive architecture set in a prime location. The city is broken up in micro-neighborhoods, each offering something different—Downtown Agoura is in the heart of the happenings and where one will find more condo-style living, Morrison Estates is peppered with traditional-style homes and Old Agoura offers an abundance of grand horse properties. The natural beauty of the area creates these quaint neighborhoods that offer secluded serenity set back from fast-paced L.A.
Agoura Hills has long been considered a hotbed for music and gladly wears the badge of a vibrant musical community. But beyond that, this city is a wonderful location for families—the activities are endless. Most notable is the PAEC (Performing Arts Education Center), which is home to ongoing shows including symphony orchestra performances, theatre and more. The town is also laden with cafes, farmers markets and arts and crafts events.
Agoura Hills is served by the Las Virgenes Unified School District including Sumac Elementary, Lindero Canyon Middle School, Agoura High School, Yerba Buena Elementary School, Willow Elementary School, Indian Hills High School and others.
Agoura Hills is easily accessed and just off the 101 Ventura Freeway. As for getting around town, the city is accessible via MTA as well as other services such as Dial-A-Ride, Park & Ride and the Summer Bus.
Local Attractions: Paramount Ranch is a national park attraction with hiking trails and an Old Western town which was used in the filming of various Hollywood movies and television shows. The Reyes Adobe Historical Site represents the first home built in Agoura Hills back in 1850. The M*A*S*H set in Malibu Creek Park is the former location of the filming of the popular television show.