Oakbrook Highlands is a family-oriented neighborhood in Thousand Oaks, with the majority of homes built between the 1970s and 2001. The homes in Oakbridge Highlands range between two and five bedrooms and 1,360 square feet to 3,400 square feet. A great example of the reason why the Conejo Valley was chosen as one of the top 100 places to live in the United States by Money Magazine, Oakbrook Highlands is known as a safe, family-friendly neighborhood with excellent schools and access to beaches, mountains, and active lifestyles.
Homes in Oakbrook Highlands typically have attached two-car garages and open floor plans for family, dining and living rooms. The neighborhood is considered an ideal choice for homeowners seeking a single-family home with an ample yard with mature landscaping. It is also considered to be a good choice for homeowners who want to know their neighbors. Most of the streets in Oakbrook Highlands are cul-de-sacs which are safe for children’s play and ideal for block parties. The majority of the homes in Oakbridge Highlands have “curb appeal” and show pride of ownership in exterior details and landscaping.
The neighborhood is within walking distance of Oakbrook Plaza and is also on the Westlake Village side of Thousand Oaks, making Westlake Village’s restaurants and amenities easily accessible. Oakbrook Highlands has a homeowners’ association with fees of $250 a quarter (also payable monthly or annually). Schools are another plus for Oakbrook Highlands residents. Ladera Elementary School and Westlake High School are highly-rated in California, and Los Cerritos Middle School is highly-ranked by GreatSchools.org. Westlake High School ranked 210 in the United States in 2015 and was the 26th top high school in California.
With a Westlake Village-adjacent location, Oakbrook Highlands is also close to the 23 and 101 freeways. Thousand Oaks hosts many cultural events and is known for excellent shopping, dining, historic sites, and celebrations of the area’s rich history.
- Oakbrook Neighborhood Park
- Sunset Hills Park
- Fiore Playfield
- Conejo Creek Equestrian Park and North Park
- Ladera Elementary School
- Los Cerritos Middle School
- Westlake High School