Looking for a great home in Agoura Hills?
If you’re looking for a great home in Agoura Hills that’s not a foreclosure in need of serious work, you may be in luck! Klein Real Estate is happy to present a market-rate listing for a large, airy single-family home. How large? Nearly 3,200 square feet on a lot size approaching 10,000 square feet! For more information on this listing please click here.
About this listing: Newly renovated (carpet/tile/paint/landscaping/window coverings/fixtures/garage door) light, bright & airy 4 bedroom, 3 full bath, 2 story home. Dramatic two-story entry leads to master bedroom with private sitting room/office/den. Large second & third bedrooms on second level.
Private bedroom & bath on first level. Kitchen is gas cooking with tile counters, hardwood floors & adjacent large breakfast eating area. First level has large family room with full wet bar & fireplace, separate dining room for entertaining (or convert to game room to hold a full-size pool table) with fireplace, living room, laundry room & 2-car garage. Amenities include crown moulding, automatic garage door, large walk-in closet in master suite, extra storage in house & garage, 65 gallon water heater. Appliances including refrigerator/washer/dryer/built-ins all stay! Outside is a large patio area with a trellis structure perfect for outdoor living. Located in the excellent Las Virgenes school district. Original owner is relocating, and this is a standard sale.
About Agoura Hills: Perched on the western edge of Los Angeles County in the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains, Agoura Hills is located just forty-five minutes from busy downtown Los Angeles, but is nevertheless rich with undulating hills and inspiring canyons.
For many centuries the area that would become Agoura Hills was familiar territory for Native Americans who wandered inland from their haunts along the sea in search of game and other food. The permanent arrival of the Spanish in the late 1700s banished the Indians from their homes and introduced a ranching culture that would linger into the early twentieth century.
In the 1900s, vast cattle and sheep ranches conceded ground to rows of lettuce and celery, orchards, and wheatfields. Ranching and agriculture eventually diminished in importance. Ranchers began dividing up their property and selling individual tracts for housing. From the outset, ranchers and farmers had worried about water supplies and these concerns were shared by the citizens of Agoura Hills into the mid 1950s. Then, provision of outside sources of water helped ensure the growth of the community, aided by the new highways which acted as a conduit for fresh faces and commercial development and contributed to the maturation of Agoura Hills.
Source: L.A. County Public Library
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