Growing up in Southern California is any kid’s dream come true. There’s beaches, beautiful weather perfect for year-round sports, and it seems like there’s always something going on. When your kids aren’t enjoying all the wonderful things that Southern California has to offer, they’re in school learning and making friends.
As parents, on of the first things you think about when buying a new home is finding a good school district. You have to do research, talk to school leaders, and visit the campuses. Then, once you’ve decided on a school district, you have to find a home to buy that you love and still fits your budget. To make this process a little easier, we found five homes that are located in some of the top-rated Southern California school districts.
Presented by Catherine Cheng
This bright and airy single-level home is full of charm. It offers an open floor plan and double master suites, and was remodeled in 2016 to add more space and feel brand-new. Some of the features this home boasts are granite counters, hardwood flooring, crown molding, and a quiet corner lot on a cul-de-sac. With four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 2,401 square feet, you’ll have plenty of room for the kids to play, do homework, and invite friends over.
Presented by Lila Feingold
This home has a private backyard and large driveway perfect for outdoor activities. Inside, you’ll find five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and modern amenities you’ll love. Upstairs, there is lots of natural light and dual master bedroom suites. You and your entire family will feel safe in the prestigious 24-hour gated community of Northwood. To find more Irvine properties like this one, contact our Irvine office.
Presented by The Michael Taylor Group
Located in the prestigious neighborhood of Fairway Pointe is this five-bedroom, five-bathroom home with a fantastic view. The backyard boasts panoramic views and a swimming pool that would be perfect for birthday parties or weekend hangouts. The gated neighborhood also has a lush common area that provides a safe place for your kids to play after school and on weekends.
Presented by Phil Sidenberg
On a quiet street in Thousand Oaks, you’ll find this charming three-bedroom, two-bathroom Mid-Century home. The large backyard features a pool, spa, patio, and separate grass area. It is also located two doors down from Conejo Community Park and Botanic Garden. Inside, high-beamed ceilings and an open living room create a light and bright home.
Presented by Michael Calcagno
Sitting on five acres you’ll find a beautiful four-bedroom, four-bathroom home. The property has the look and feel of a rural farmhouse, yet is just minutes from the amenities of Santa Barbara. The land was once part of a 55-acre avocado ranch, boasts stunning mountain views, and allows for a guesthouse and horse stables.