Newbury Park Real Estate
Homes for Sale in Newbury Park, CA
Are you looking for a home in Newbury Park? Do you need to sell your home? Newbury Park Realtor® Lydia Gable lives and works in the Conejo Valley, and she is recognized as being among the leading real estate agents for the Newbury Park area. Whether working with a buyer or seller, she takes an aggressive approach to negotiating for the best possible price and getting the deal done with a minimum of delay, while also making sure to keep you in charge of the transaction and caring to see that you are happy throughout the process.
Lydia Gable Realty Group makes client satisfaction a top priority. This commitment to service is reflected by the many awards we have won. For example, Lydia was ranked among the top three percent of Prudential Realty agents in 2010, and was ranked second in company-wide sales and recognized for high rates of customer satisfaction. We specialize in helping clients with buying and selling fine homes and estates, and we look forward to hearing from you.
About Newbury Park
Newbury Park has been ranked as being among the best places to live in the United States, as well as having one of the highest per-capita incomes and median household incomes among cities of similar size.
Originally part of a master-planned city along with Thousand Oaks, Newbury Park is a semi-rural community that is officially located within Thousand Oaks. A large percentage of the people who live in Newbury Park commute into Los Angeles, while other residents work at the many biotech and technology firms and corporate headquarters located in the Conejo Valley. There are many luxury homes and equestrian estates throughout the community, as well as close-knit residential neighborhoods ideal for young families.
What does living in Newbury Park mean to you? It means enjoying the beautiful Southern California weather without the smog and congestion of Los Angeles. It means looking out the window to see beautiful vistas of rolling hills, or taking walks in one of the safest communities in the nation. It means having nearby access to one of the world’s most vibrant and diverse cities, while also being able to take walks in the quiet hillsides that are blanketed in groves of oak trees. It means being able get to the beach within half an hour, and enjoying drives in the rugged Santa Monica Mountains.
If you are looking for a peaceful community where you can raise your family, build your future and enjoy your retirement, Newbury Park may be the right place for you.
Schools and Parks in Newbury Park
Families considering a move to Newbury Park will be happy to know that there are many excellent schools in the area operated by the Conejo Valley Unified School District. These include:
- Banyan Elementary
- Cypress Elementary
- Maple Elementary
- Sycamore Canyon School
- Walnut Elementary
- Environmental Academy of Research Technology and Earth Sciences (EARTHS)
Sequoia Middle School and Sycamore Canyon School are the only middle schools in Thousand Oaks, but students may also attend grades 6-8 at other middle schools in Thousand Oaks. High school students can attend Newbury Park High School, Conejo Valley High School or others in the city.
For afternoons and weekends and the long summer days, children and people of all ages in Newbury Park can enjoy the many parks operated by the Conejo Recreation & Park District, while opportunities abound for recreation in the Santa Monica Mountains extending down to the coast.
Real Estate Market Trends for Newbury Park, CA
Newbury Park boasts a robust real estate market, with a median list price of approximately $511,000 according to recent figures from RealtyTrac. Properties in Newbury Park are not as they are for greater Thousand Oaks, where homes are listed for more than $644,000, making this community a relatively more affordable option for first-time home buyers and those looking for investment properties.
The largest percentage of homes in Newbury Park were built in the years between 1960 and 1979, accounting for nearly 50 percent of all homes in the community. Foreclosure rates in Newbury Park are slightly higher than the national rate, at 0.12 percent as compared to 0.11 percent, though they are slightly lower than the rates for Ventura County and California, both of which are 0.13 percent. To learn more about the most recent trends and get started on finding the ideal home for you and your family, contact us now.