Homes for Sale in Simi Valley

Situated within the captivating landscapes of Ventura County, Simi Valley is a mid-sized city nestled between Thousand Oaks and the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles. The city blends an alluring small-town atmosphere with the conveniences of modern living. Its climate is mild Mediterranean, though summer temperatures can reach 100°F. The city’s setting amid dramatic hills, with trails scattered throughout and proximity to the Pacific Ocean, contributes to its appeal.

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Simi Valley Listings

Simi Valley Real Estate Market May 21, 2024
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Simi Valley Real Estate

Simi Valley's real estate landscape predominantly features modern homes, many located within large subdivisions. The foothills of the area are adorned with larger homes, scattered along winding canyon roads. With a range of options suitable for various budgets and a consistent availability of inventory, the city caters to diverse homebuyer needs.

Living in Simi Valley

The history of Simi Valley is steeped in the presence of its original settlers, the Chumash Native American people, who lived in the region for thousands of years. The valley later saw the arrival of Spanish ranchers, railroad and oil speculators, and agricultural pioneers, each contributing to the area's rich heritage.

Parks and Recreation

The recreational fabric of Simi Valley is woven with numerous parks and sports facilities. The city encompasses Rancho Madera Community Park, boasting a volleyball court, trails, play area, and ample parking. Coyote Hills Park presents a picnic shelter, a corral, and gateway to a network of mountain trails, while Sycamore Park offers climbing facilities and a disc golf course.

Two beautifully designed golf courses, Wood Ranch and Sinaloa Golf Course, adorn the city. Moreover, the Arroyo Simi Greenway, a 20-mile bike path running west to east across the city, provides a unique means to explore the area.

Dining and Shopping

Simi Valley offers a selection of dining options. Independent restaurants, offering cuisines ranging from Indian and Japanese to Mexican, can be found along Madera Road. Main arteries, including the 118 Freeway, Cochran Street, and East Los Angeles Avenue, house a range of chain restaurants.

For shopping enthusiasts, East Los Angeles Avenue is an inviting destination, hosting a variety of boutiques, thrift, and discount stores. The Simi Valley Town Center is home to specialty stores and the Studio Movie Grill, a cinema with an integrated restaurant. Although local nightlife options are limited, nearby Los Angeles and Thousand Oaks offer an expanded range of choices.


Simi Valley is rich in cultural experiences. The Strathearn Historical Park showcases the city’s past through preserved and recreated pioneer-style homes, stores, and public buildings. The final resting place of former President Ronald Reagan, the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library complex, hosts retired Air Force One, a replica of the Oval Office, and a segment of the Berlin Wall.

In a modern contrast, the Skateboarding Hall of Fame celebrates the history of the sport, accompanied by a store selling a diverse range of boards and accessories.

Simi Valley Realtors®

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