Hidden Hills is truly a special place to live. From the homes being on a acre of land, to the community events, there is truly something special within the gates. Needless to say, there are beautiful homes that line the streets, but did you know there are horse properties as well? On any given day you can see a Ferrari drive by a $1M  horse! There are countless amenities that people are unaware of, feel free to reach out and I can share.




In 1950, a large sign on Ventura Boulevard at the intersection of Long Valley Road announced; 1000 acres of elbowroom. Live in Hidden Hills where Living is fun. Full Acre Lots were $4750. Two model homes were built in 1950 on Long Valley Road. One sold for $35,000. Fast forward to 2021. There are now approximately 670 homes ranging in price from $3,000,000 to $30,000,000.




Known for its privacy, Hidden Hills has become a safe-haven for celebrities and high-profile professionals. It is a unique 24-hour guard gated community just under two square miles. The architectural styles range from California Ranch style homes to Luxury Estate homes. The homes range from approximately 2,200 square feet to over 24,000 square feet.



When you purchase a Hidden Hills luxury home you will have access to niceties such as riding arenas, tennis courts, a competition-sized pool, recreation center, and a state of the art Performing Arts Theater.



You have many wonderful choices when it comes to local dining. Pedalers Fork, a relaxed casual flair restaurant, genuine bar, 10-speed coffee and boutique bike shop. Sugar Fish is a different kind of sushi dining experience. They serve only traditional sushi of the highest quality based on Chef Nozawa’s style of sushi Kings Fish House, the local destination for fun and fresh seafood with a special menu that brings a taste of New England to the California Coast. Blue Table, a European style café with side-walk seating, communal table and an eclectic atmosphere and Toscanova an upscale Italian restaurant that is always bustling and continually offers Chef Sciandri’s new and innovative specials, a modern approach on his classic dishes. Blu Jam Café, according to Blu Jam Cafe’s executive chef and owner, Kamil Majer, we eat with our eyes first. Once you see and experience there signature dishes, such as the crunchy French toast with vanilla bean sauce, you will know why Blu Jam Cafe was awarded the best breakfast in Los Angeles two years in a row.



The Commons of Calabasas with its elegant, open-air layout, distinctive Mediterranean architecture, lavish landscaping and dynamic fountain areas is the ultimate shopping, dining and entertainment place. Just a few miles down the road is The Village at Westfield Topanga, a lifestyle destination featuring a fitness center, beauty salons, restaurants, retailers, attractions for children to play, plus watering stations for dogs.



Discover why Las Virgenes is a Destination School District

  • Top API Scores (top 2% in state)
  • Acceptance to top Universities
  • STEAM (Science/Tech/Engineering/Arts/Math)
  • Waldorf-inspired, Singapore Math, K-8 school
  • High School International Baccalaureate
  • Elementary School Foreign Lang/Dual Immersion
  • Elementary School Arts and Technology Academy
  • Self-contained GATE classroom at AE Wright


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If you have any questions about Hidden Hills or are interested in seeing some of the homes on the market, feel free to reach out via email or phone.