Calabasas Highlands is a very desirable community in Calabasas, California. Besides having 24 hour security, this gated neighborhood is more affordable than others in the region.
You’ll find a variety of Mediterranean and Spanish-style homes in this neighborhood Luxury estates are available, accompanied by a large price tag. Residents are within walking distance to parks and schools that are operated by Las Virgenes School District. Facilities include Bay Laurel Elementary, Alice C. Stelle Middle School, and Indian Hills West Continuation High School.
This exclusive neighborhood is also near the Calabasas Golf and Country Club which has been here since 1968. The course, designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. and Robert Trent Jones Jr., is located on the old site of Warner Ranch. Movies were the inspiration when it came to naming each hole. For instance, Number 13 is Carousel, Number 15 is Robin Hood, and Number 9 is Calamity Jane. The club also offers banquets and rooms for special events. An executive chef with more than 30 years of experience prepares the food and the facilities can serve up to 250 people. Members love the stunning views of the golf course as well as the fully stocked bar.
The City of Calabasas is located in Los Angeles County in the western hills of San Fernando Valley. Incorporated in 1991, it is known for its affluent residents and gated communities. The construction of The Civic Center was completed in 2008 and includes the library, an amphitheater, and (CTV) the Calabasas Channel.
4111 Las Virgenes Road, Calabasas, CA 91302-1929
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