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Whatever you end up calling this community, you’re going to love it!

Living in Thousand Oaks puts you smack-dab in the heart of the Conejo Valley, surrounded by an active community, consistently rated as one of the safest cities in America. Plus you’ll have ample opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors to the fullest.

Our growing list of brewpubs, wine bars, and concert venues attracts a lot of younger singles – while the award winning schools and amazing parks are a huge hit with families.

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Coffee, Tea or Me? Air flight in the Conejo Valley was really once a thing!

Conejo Valley Airport was built around 1947 by the Janss Corporation with a 2,800 dirt landing strip in an open field just along Thousand Oaks Blvd (then named Ventura Road.)

Then came the Ventura Highway in 1952 and the airport was moved to where Los Robles Golf Course sits today. At that time, the Conejo Valley was open fields; herded cows, goats and sheep; and oak trees as far as you could see.

After only nine years it was abandoned. Los Robles Golf Course covers the old airport sites but aviation history in the Conejo continued as Janss Investments built Rancho Conejo Airport in 1960.

An LA Times article cited “The finest executive aircraft facility on the West Coast was opened here today by the Janss Corporation. Set among the rolling, oak-dotted hills of this beautiful valley, Rancho Conejo Airport will serve the needs of the fast-moving executives of the space-age industries moving into Janss Corporation’s Rancho Conejo Light Manufacturing & Research Center.”

That lasted only five years and the last of Conejo Valley airports was dismantled.

During the 1980’s we used to hike off Rancho Road to the site of the old runway, which today is the location of Rancho Conejo homes.

Today, the airspace of the Conejo Valley is peaceful and quiet. No plane, no trains…and no more herds of sheep!

Homes


If you’re looking for Thousand Oaks homes for sale, you’ll find single-family residences, ranches, equestrian estates, townhomes, and condos. The community also includes master-planned neighborhoods where you’ll find Thousand Oaks tract homes.

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Homes


If you’re looking for Thousand Oaks homes for sale, you’ll find single-family residences, ranches, equestrian estates, townhomes, and condos. The community also includes master-planned neighborhoods where you’ll find Thousand Oaks tract homes.

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Thousand Oaks Market Stats

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Average Condo Price

$275K - $850K

Average Single-Family Home Price

$550K - $3Million

Schools


Thousand Oaks is home to some of the best public schools in the nation and great alternative schools! Learn more about the districts with our guide or search for schools in Thousand Oaks here.

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