Casa Conejo

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    If you’re in the market for a moderately priced home in a family-friendly neighborhood in Thousand Oaks, it is hard to go wrong with Casa Conejo. The neighborhood is located in Newbury Park and features a wide range of ranch and modern-styled single-family homes. Casa Conejo was the first “planned” neighborhood in Newbury Park and is bordered by Jenny Drive on the west, Sequoia Middle School on the east, Old Conejo Road and US 101 on the north, and North Borchard Road on the south.

    Most of the homes in Casa Conejo were built between 1960 and 1977 and offer between three and six bedrooms with some homes in the neighborhood offering up to four bathrooms. Homes and home prices in the community are fairly modest with sizes ranging from 1,200 square feet to just over 2,800 square feet and priced between $526,000 and $750,000.

    While some homes in the area are renter occupied, most of homes in the community are owner occupied with owners taking considerable pride in their home ownership. One other things that makes Casa Conejo noteworthy is the outstanding diversity within the community. The Casa Conejo community offers outstanding school selections making it an excellent choice for families with school aged children and young couples interested in starting families.

    The Casa Conejo neighborhood consists of nearly 1,000 houses and is home to more than 3,200 people from all walks of life and representing many ethnicities. In other words, the Casa Conejo neighborhood is proud of its diversity in addition to being a family-friendly community to call home and represented by outstanding schools, such as Environmental Academy of Research and Technology and Earth Sciences, Sequoia Middle School, Walnut Elementary School, and Newbury Park High School.

    For families interested in the charm older homes represent or in the market for more modestly priced homes in a crowded and often overpriced market, Casa Conejo offers a variety of homes that are easy on the eyes, offer room to grow, and keep your budget from going down for the count.