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Oak Park: The Quintessential Suburb

This small residential community, which features a public library, community garden, and award-winning school district, is the perfect picture of a California suburb. Its 1950s ranch-style houses are neatly tucked together on tree-lined streets in the shadow of Simi Peak. If you're interested in living in Oak Park, contact Doug Ranger at 800.498.6707.


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Oak Park at a Glance

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Quick Facts

Population (2010): 13,811
Zip Code: 91377
Mean Home Price (2015 est.): $660,600

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Travel & Commute

Downtown Los Angeles: 40 mi.
Santa Barbara: 63 mi.
Public Transit: Kanan Shuttle
Major Highways: Ventura Freeway
Airport: Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)


Oak Park Has All You Need

In the 1950s, Oak Park was designed to bring all the conveniences of the big city to the suburbs, meaning that schools, shops, and parks were integrated into the residential community. Today, Oak Park remains one of the most desirable places to live in the Thousand Oaks area.

Residents can truly find all that they need in this small community. Along Kanan Road, a major thoroughfare through the area, residents can access two shopping centers anchored by grocery stores, public schools within the Las Virgenes Unified School District, several parks, a community garden, and the Oak Park Community Center. Of course, all the amenities of nearby Agoura Hills and Thousand Oaks are easily accessible, as well.

FAQs for Future Thousand Oaks Residents


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What are the Schools Like?

Oak Park is served by the Las Virgenes Unified School District, which prides itself on its small class sizes, STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) curriculum, and dual immersion language programs for elementary school students. Many of the schools in this district have earned "Distinguished School" awards and "National Blue Ribbon School" distinctions.

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Are There Shopping Centers Nearby? 

Yes! Agoura Meadows Shopping Center and Twin Oaks Shopping Center are small strip malls in the Oak Park area that feature grocery stores, coffee shops, banks, and restaurants. Major shopping destinations, such as The Promenade at Westlake and The Oaks mall, are only a few minutes from Oak Park.

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What Other Attractions are Nearby?

Oak Park residents aren't far from premier entertainment venues, museums, and attractions. Catch a concert or comedy show at The Canyon in Agoura Hills, tour a Western-inspired movie set at Paramount Ranch, book a tee time at Westlake Golf Course, or take a special trip to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley.

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Where Can I Find Fun Outdoor Activities?

Oak Park features several parks, trails, and open spaces that let residents get out and explore the outdoors. Hike through groves of oak trees on the Medea Creek Trail, play sports at Deerhill Park, take your pets to the dog park at Oak Canyon Community Park, or test your endurance with a hike through the Cheeseboro and Palo Comado canyons.


Need a Real Estate Expert? Contact Doug Ranger

Whether you're considering buying a home or selling a home in Oak Park, Doug Ranger can provide you with all the tools, resources, and advice you need. Call 800.498.6707 or 805.208.2488 (cell) to talk with Doug about your plans.

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