Located just a short drive west of the San Fernando Valley, you'll love browsing through the Simi Valley, CA real estate and homes for sale. Though it's not the least expensive community to live in California, it is a popular location for home buyers who desire living in the suburbs of Los Angeles.
Below, you will find listings of homes for sale, information about schools, local amenities and conveniences. Discover where the locals play, shop, dine and more.
Conveniently based in Stevenson Ranch, we are local Realtors®, Matt & Meray Gregory and we are perfectly located to represent home buyers or sellers throughout Simi Valley and all of the greater Los Angeles areas.
Listings of Simi Valley CA Homes for Sale
Simi Valley Description & Amenities
Simi Valley is a fully incorporated city located west of San Fernando Valley and east of Conejo Valley. It is largely considered a commuter city with many residents commuting to the Ventura County areas, San Fernando Valley, Santa Clarita and of course Los Angeles.
It was back in the 1970's when residents in the San Fernando Valley began migrating toward Simi Valley. Many we're trying to get ahead and looking for more affordable homes and a less expensive and the cost of living. Most residents agree and will tell you the homeownership outweighed any disadvantages associated with the longer commute to work.
Perhaps the most well known attraction in Simi Valley is the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.
Just because Simi is labeled as a commuter city doesn't mean it's without some wonderful amenities and conveniences. if considering buying a home in Simi Valley, you'll plenty of shopping, dining, schools, parks and more.
Simi Valley CA Neighborhoods and Lifestyles
As you can see from the chart below, as of early 2017, the average price of a home in Simi Valley is slightly over $500,000. Though it's not cheap, it's certainly much less when compared to similar homes in parts of the San Fernando Valley or Los Angeles. Still, it's not inexpensive like it was back in the 1970's when Simi was first being developed. Nowadays, if looking for inexpensive similar homes one must go further out for example, in Antelope Valley.
Regardless, the homeowner's in Simi will tell you how much they enjoy getting away from the busier and more populated communities and once they are home from work, they appreciate the more quiet and serene lifestyle.
Simi Valley Schools - Interactive List
There are many schools in Simi Valley and a very good mix of private and public schools. Many residents prefer the private schools for their children but if that's not for you there are plenty of choices for going to public.
Also, when looking through the schools list don't be confused with school names with other cities. Simply click or tap on the school and it will reveal the Simi address with map, enrollment information and more.
Things to Do in Simi Valley
There's plenty to do in Simi Valley besides visiting the Ronald Reagan Museum. Residents can always spend an afternoon at the local movie theater or perhaps visit the Strathearn Historical Park and Museum. There's also a Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center or take you dog to the local Simi Doggie Park. There are also bike paths, skate board parks, spas, golf courses and really, there's something for everyone!