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5 popular neighborhoods in Ojai, CA

Church and the Mainstreet of Ojai

If you are on the hunt for a place where you can sit back and relax as the sun sets over the mountains, then look no further than Ojai, CA, one of the most desirable places to live in Ventura County.

Check out these five popular neighborhoods in Ojai, CA:

Downtown Ojai

While most downtown areas are bustling centers of activity, Downtown Ojai offers a gentler atmosphere that only a small town can deliver. This tightly knit community hums with activity bolstered by smaller local businesses, independent restaurants, stylish boutiques, and various art galleries. It is also located near recreational destinations such as the Los Padres National Forest, Lake Casitas, and the18-hole Soule Park Golf Course.

Home choices here vary from charming historic estates to modern homes with upscale amenities, as well as charming cottages and condos. Some sprawling ranches can even be found close to public conveniences.

Rancho Matilija

Rancho Matilija on Highway 150 provides luxurious country living in the midst of rolling hills and lush foliage. This exclusive gated community is filled with magnificent estates on sprawling lots, as well as tree-lined streets and spectacular views.

Rancho Matilija’s convenient location is only five miles from Downtown Ojai’s shopping, dining, and entertainment options. The homes are a short distance away from Lake Casitas, where you can enjoy camping, boating, and fishing. Santa Barbara is around 40 miles to the west.

Saddle Mountain Estates

Hilly terrain, winding roads, and wide-open spaces make up the landscape of the exclusive Saddle Mountain Estates. This prestigious mountaintop community offers luxurious custom houses in sprawling lots surrounded by woodlands and trails.

Real estate here is perfect for equestrian ranches. You can have your own stables, or board your horses in top-quality stables and training facilities nearby, along Creek Road.

The Arbolada

Diverse real estate options, winding roads, and an abundance of native oak trees are unique to the Arbolada, located close to Downtown Ojai. Homebuyers can select from Mediterranean-inspired and mid-century ranch houses to historic Spanish Colonial estates.

The East End

A wide variety of homes in this rural neighborhood range from modest farmhouses on large lots to prestigious vintage estates designed by renowned architects. The East End is peppered with beautiful walking roads and challenging hiking trails. It is also just a few miles away from Downtown Ojai.

Looking for real estate in Ojai, CA? Whether you love the rural feel of The East End or the prestigious setting of Rancho Matilija, let me know. I am realtor Donna Sallen. Call me at 805.798.0516 or email donna4remax(at)aol(dotted)com.

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