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Ventura, California Real Estate

Prices for detached, single-family homes range from the mid-$500,000s up to $4 million. The most expensive homes are steps from the water and sand with stunning, panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean. Other homes have scenic views of the mountains and/or the city. Home styles vary dramatically in Ventura. Prospective buyers will find Mediterranean villas and cozy beach cottages, as well as more traditional home properties.

The traditional family home in Ventura typically has three or four-bedrooms, a fenced yard and quick access to the freeway and shopping. These properties are usually priced at $700,000 and up. Those looking for a lower price tag will be sure to look into the condominiums and townhouses available in Ventura. Clean and modern two- and three-bedroom units are priced from about $300,000 to $800,000. There is also a smaller selection of undeveloped residential land; prices for these lots range according to size and location, starting at about $200,000 and can get into the several million dollars.
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Ventura Overview

Ventura, California is a picturesque coastline community where relaxation prevails. Located one hour north of Los Angeles, Ventura is often a weekend getaway destination for stressed-out urbanites. The cool ocean breezes and laid-back atmosphere work their magic quickly, leaving visitors feeling refreshed and revived. Real estate options consist of detached, single-family homes, condominiums, townhouses, undeveloped residential land lots and commercial property.

Not only is it a great place to visit, Ventura is also an enjoyable and practical place to live. Recreational, shopping and dining opportunities are plentiful. The sandy beaches along the Pacific Ocean are the main attractions, where surfers, playing children, sun worshippers and daydreamers have their fun. At night, Harbor Village lights up with waterfront restaurants and shops, art galleries and a dazzling 36-horse carousel. Other sites to see are the historic downtown, San Buenaventura State Beach, and the Seaward Avenue Beach District.

A skilled workforce and well-connected location make for a positive business climate, meaning Ventura also has a surprising breadth of employment opportunity. Most of the workforce is employed in one of three economic sectors: educational, health and social services; professional services; and manufacturing. Roughly 50 percent of the workforce lives and works in the city. For those who need to commute, Pacific Coast Highway and U.S. Route 101 provide access to the north and south. Inland communities can be reached via State Routes 33 and 126. Public education is provided by Ventura Unified School District. The district manages about 30 campuses and serves roughly 20,000 enrolled students.

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Ida Burke, Local Real Estate Expert in Ventura California
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Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
300 E. Esplanade Dr. Suite 1640
Oxnard, CA 93036