Mulholland Heights enjoys an extraordinary quality of life provided by its many amenities such as their own private park, access to three trails and entry points that span from Topanga Canyon to Malibu.
Mulholland Heights is located at the west end of the San Fernando Valley and foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains. Its Homeowner’s Association consists of one hundred and sixty eight homes established in 1988. Residents of these enjoy an extraordinary quality of life provided by its many amenities such as their own private park, access to three trails and entry points that span from Topanga Canyon to Malibu. The Henry Ridge Trail intersects the Summit to Summit trail, one of the most beautiful walking/biking trails with breathless views of the Pacific Ocean on one side to the ever expansive San Fernando Valley on the other. The community boasts an active cross section of homeowners who love their neighborhood. Located minutes away to the renowned “Calabasas Commons”.
Ranked as one of the top 10 places to live nationwide, from Hidden Hills to The Oaks, Calabasas features affluent communities that cater to many lifestyles ranging from to private Country Club experiences.
The community is serviced by award-winning Blue Ribbon School District, Las Virgenes Unified School District, one of the highest ranked districts in the State.
Residents of Calabasas enjoy privacy unrivaled by any neighboring community, with over 20 privately gated communities (The Oaks of Calabasas, Mountain View Estates, Calabasas Country Estates, Hidden Hills, Vista Pointe, Westridge, Calabasas Park Estates, Calabasas Hills, The Ridge, Bellagio, and many more) and over 10 communities 24-hour guard gated. Calabasas is an upscale community with the spirit and charisma of a quaint small town, still close in proximity to the Studio, Los Angeles International Airport, Downtown and only fifteen minutes to the beaches of Malibu.
Calabasas frequently makes news for the plethora of celebrities that call Calabasas home, and for being a bell-weathered community for many city laws including a strict Secondhand Smoke Control ordinance passed in 2006, and in 2013 the city banned plastic bags in all establishments.
The city of Calabasas offers a variety of attractions for their residents and visitors alike. The Malibu Creek State Park is considered the recreational crown jewel of the Santa Monica Mountains. It has over 8,000 acres of rolling tallgrass plains, oak savannahs and dramatic peaks. The Leonis Adobe Museum is dedicated to restoring, preserving and sharing the last of the old west. Experience California ranch life of the late 1800s. Visit a Victorian-style early Los Angeles home. See what jail was like in the Wild West and enjoy a picnic in picturesque Calabasas Creek Park with its antique ironwork and lovely gardens.
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 their 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, entertainment and multi-theatre complex. If you are looking for an upscale supermarket, look no further. You have two choices; Gelson’s Market and Bristol Farms, which is set to open in late 2017. 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.
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