Community Overview

The communities of Whitehawk and Crescent Oaks are adjacent to a part of the city of Thousand Oaks known as North Ranch. Built in 1987, the community is a small enclave of only about 260 luxury homes. Moderate to large in terms of construction, these homes were built on expansive lots and are bordered by North Ranch on the west and Sutton Valley on the east. Surrounded by approximately 4,000 acres of parkland and open space, including Las Virgenes Canyon and Chesebro/Palos Comado Canyon Park, create a community that is an integral part of the environment. It is not unusual to spot a wide variety of beautiful wildlife.

Schools serving Whitehawk and Crescent Oaks

The schools serving Whitehawk and Crescent Oaks are part of the Conejo Valley Unified School District. Westlake Elementary is well regarded and is recognized as a Distinguished School. This school consistently performs above 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. More information is available at ConejoUSD.org We are proud to represent these beautiful neighborhoods with their high-ranking schools.

Luxury Properties in Whitehawk and Crescent Oaks

Beauty, ease, and comfort are just some of the adjectives that will come to your mind when you tour the homes for sale in Whitehawk and Crescent Oaks. If you’re looking to buy your own luxury home, don’t miss checking out these two communities. If you’re looking to list your property, the fastest way for your home to sell is to list it with someone who is well-connected in the luxury homes market and who has the skills to market your property effectively. The power real estate team at Ewing Davis does just that. We look forward to serving you, so contact us today.