Living in Oakbrook
Living in Oakbrook
Tucked away in the northern part of Thousand Oaks is the neighborhood of Oakbrook. With an estimate of 300+ homes, Oakbrook’s neighborhood features an average of 3 – 5 bedroom homes anywhere from 1,063 to 2,096 square feet. It is an established area in a great school district with homes built around the 1970s, thus making it an ideal and affordable area for first time home buyers because a lot of the homes need a little TLC. This gives buyers a great opportunity to put their own touches on updates.
Oakbrook is conveniently located to nearby Oakbrook Plaza, giving you access to top rated restaurants like Fusion Grill, Cisco’s or Jinky’s, grocery stores like Gelson’s Market and Vons, coffee shops and more; all within walking distance! With Oakbrook’s close proximity to the 23 freeway, it allows for an easy commute for work or around town. There are tons of nearby amenities to enjoy like:
Underwood Family Farms: The farm features designated picking areas and lots of other entertainment options, including guided farm tours and time for kids to interact with some of its cuddly animal residents.
Gardens of the World- features nearly five acres of cultivated gardens.
Civics Art Plaza- Civic Arts Plaza is one of the area’s most renowned performing arts centers. The facility hosts a wide range of annual events that run the gamut from symphony orchestra performances and traditional dance to exhibits of fine art and live folk music.
Chumash Museum- The Chumash Indian Center in Thousand Oaks is spread across more than 400 acres within Oakbrook Regional Park. In addition to its expansive grounds, natural areas, and archaeological sites, the facility includes a large museum featuring an impressive array of Native American artifacts, like tools, housewares, weapons, and clothes.
In short, living in Oakbrook is a great opportunity for first time or seasoned buyers alike who want to own a home in the beautiful Conejo Valley. With all it has to offer, it’s not hard to see why so many families gravitate to Oakbrook and call it their home.