Homes for sale in Oak View, California
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About Oak View, California
Oak View is a residential community North of Casitas Springs and South of Ojai and divided by the Ventura River. The community population of approximately 5000 has mostly single-family residences, a few ranches, horse properties and investment properties. Most properties are valued in the year 2020 are valued in the $500,000 to $1,000,000 range. The community has the conveniences of daily shopping and the benefits of being a short distance from downtown Ojai and approximately 12 miles to Ventura, the beaches and Ventura Harbor.
Homes for Sale in Oak View sold in $500,000. To $850,000. price range last year.
Oak View is an unincorporated community in Ventura County, California, United States. The community is located along the Ventura River in a narrow valley between the towns of Casitas Springs (south) and Mira Monte (north). Lake Casitas and the community of Ojai are also nearby. For statistical purposes, the United States Census Bureau has defined it as a census-designated place (CDP). The census definition of the area may not precisely correspond to local understanding of the area with the same name. At the 2010 census, the population was 4,066, down from 4,199 at the 2000 census, making it the third largest community between Ojai and the city of Ventura.
Although it is located within the Ojai Valley, the town itself is located within the boundaries of the Ventura Unified School District. There is one school, Arnaz Elementary (aka, Sunset Elementary), which is located on the south western portion of the town, at 400 Sunset. Previously, two schools served the town. However, Oak View Elementary School, located between Prospect Street and Valley Road, and between Mahoney Avenue and Santa Ana Boulevard, was closed by the district. The County considered selling the property to a housing developer who planned to build a high-density development (up to 33 houses) meant to serve low-income owners / renters. Instead, a successful local ballot initiative was passed, which places a parcel tax on the residential property owners. The yearly tax helps to pay down the long-term purchase of the school from the County. The former school property was renamed, The Park and Resource Center, which maintains the property and manages non-profit and for-profit organizations serving the community