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Growing up in the Conejo Valley, it was rumored from an old-timer that the Chumash Indians once described this area as "protected" and gave it the name, "clearing in the clouds".  The long-time resident was also a pilot, and added that when flying above, there always seemed to be clear skies and calm conditions surrounding the Conejo.  Maybe this is just another reason why Thousand Oaks has earned the title of "safest City in the nation" more than once.

Those of us who experience living in the Conejo Valley and the surrounding Ventura County Regions, can appreciate the abundance of benefits that our community offers. The quality of life is unparalleled and attracts families, business owners, actors, wealth and anyone who appreciates a thriving environment and beautiful Southern California weather! 

Located approximately 12 miles inland from the coast of Malibu and protected by the Santa Monica mountains, there are a number of attractions nearby including oceanside events and sports, botanical gardens, the Channel Islands, arts and entertainment, hiking and equestrian trails, fine dining, shopping....and more.

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Nancy enjoys hard work and a challenge, with her main objective always being to arrive at the best representation of the product and the client's needs.  She always strives for the highest level of professionalism while maintaining a friendly, down-to-earth approach.

Find out more about our destination of choice by visiting these local points of interest, and experience them for yourself when you are in town!

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Thousand Oaks has earned the title of "Safest City in the Nation" more than once.