The Dos Vientos Ranch neighborhood, which was a 2,350-unit housing development approved by the Thousand Oaks City Council in April 1988 is a master-planned and upscale community. The master plan for the neighborhood was approved in the 1980s, but took off after major infrastructure was built to support the homes in 1998.
The access to this Newbury Park community within Newbury Park sprawls across three freeway exits on the 101 Fwy. For a more scenic drive, it can also be reached by crossing through the Santa Monica Mountains from the coast. The main road through the Hidden Valley turns eventually into Potrero Road, ultimately leading to Newbury Park. There are numerous trailheads in town, for instance one leading through the Santa Monica Mountains and all the way to the coast.
The mountain vistas in this area are some of the most spectacular in the Ventura County area and some of the beautifully planned communities in the area enjoy these views from their homes.
Cool ocean breezes create a desirable climate for this area and the weather year-around is moderate.
The area is home to mostly newer, planned developments, many which are gated communities with expansive lots. There is something for every homebuyer who needs a smaller home or townhomes to a large estate property. There are also many apartment homes as well.
The area has it’s own schools and they are top rated in Ventura County. There is ample shopping centers, recreational facilities, playing fields and parks.
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