Come home to North Ranch Country Club, where perfectly manicured greens embrace a golf course of 27 challenging holes. Golf, together with an outstanding tennis program, lays the foundation for a club where families gather to create memories. Lifestyle is the goal for those fortunate to live in this beautiful prestigious community.
Luxury Homes in North Ranch
North Ranch homes offer unparalleled beauty, comfort, and quiet seclusion from the bustle of the city. Find a property today and contact the real estate agents at Ewing Davis to get started. We will list your home or help you buy the luxury home of your dreams.
School and Community Information
Conejo Valley Unified School District is home to many award-winning schools. Westlake Elementary is proudly recognized as a Distinguished School. This school consistently performs above the state and school district on CST Science Results. Colina Middle School also outperforms the state and the district on CST Science Results test scores. Westlake High is a Blue Ribbon school with outstanding SAT scores well above the district and state of California averages. More than 60% of Westlake High graduates meet or exceed the University of California’s “A to G” requirements. For more information see ConejoUSD.org
We are proud of our schools in this community.
Conejo Valley Unified School District
Westlake Hills Elementary
- National Blue Ribbon School
- California Distinguished School
- Two-time Governor’s Performance Award recipient
- California Business Council Honor School
Colina Middle School
- Outperforms the state and district in CST Science Results test scores
Westlake High School
- National Blue Ribbon School
- #1 Ranked School In Ventura County
- #17 Ranked School In The West by The Daily Beast
- #29 Ranked School In The State
- #72 Ranked School In The Nation
Lifestyle is the goal for those fortunate enough to live in this beautiful prestigious community.
Notable Community Attractions
- North Ranch Country Club
- National Blue Ribbon Schools
- Private Gated Community
- North Ranch Community Center
- Among The Top 10 Safest Communities In The United States
- Median Age: 50 Years Old
- Population: Around 2,500 Residents
- Homeowners: 96%
- Median Home Value: $1.1 M
North Ranch History and Overview
At the time California was admitted to the Union in 1850, most of the land that later became Ventura County was divided among only 19 families. North Ranch and the picturesque future Westlake Village with its rising knolls, arroyos, barrancas and ancient oaks were recognized as the central part of two Mexican land grants.
In 1881, the Russell brothers purchased a large portion of the land for cattle ranching. The price per acre was $2.50. The area continued to be known as the Russell Ranch, although it was sold in 1925 to William Randolph Hearst and again in 1943 to Fred Albertson. Many movies and television shows were filmed here, including Robin Hood, King Rat, Laredo, and various episodes of Tarzan, Buck Rogers, Gunsmoke, and Bonanza.
In 1963 the American-Hawaiian steamship company bought the 12,000-acre ranch for $32 million and, in partnership with Prudential Insurance Company, commissioned the preparation of the Westlake Village master planned community which at the time included North Ranch. The beautiful homes of North Ranch are located in Ventura County. They are now a part of the city of Thousand Oaks.