Hidden Hills is located in Calabasas. This gated community has many different estates and luxury homes to choose from for anyone who is considering living in this area of Los Angeles County. To provide some reference, this area is right next to Calabasas in the west portion of San Fernando Valley. Many famous celebrities and actors have called Hidden Hills their home for a long time. This area is very private and offers a lot of security to the residents who choose to live there. Also, most of the homes located in this area are considered to be mansions given many of the local celebrities decide to build upon their homes in Hidden Hills.
Hidden Hills was original designed in the 1950s by A.E. Hanson. He was an American landscape architect and real estate developer who knew Southern California as his home for quite some time. His earlier projects were that of Palos Verdes Estates and Rolling Hills. During the 1920s, he designed the Beverly Hills Harold Lloyd Estate Greenacres. This is also a gated residential community that has an area of about 1.7 square miles. Amazingly, that square mileage is all land.
This gated community is considered to be one of the most luxurious neighborhoods in California. The nature reserve and greenbelt of the Upper Las Virgenes Canyon Open Space Preserve are all located right to the north of Hidden Hills. The Upper Las Virgenes Canyon Open Space Preserve is an amazing park with plenty of fun activities that the entire family can enjoy. The most popular activities are hiking, mountain biking, and some other equestrian trails as well. On the opposite side of Hidden Hills are more historic landmarks. To the South is the pioneer Leonis Adobe National Historic Landmark. This is contained within Old Town Calabasas and it has wonderful gardens for you to explore. Additionally, the historical museum is a great place for you to learn more about the amazing history in this area.
What is now known as U.S. Route 101, used to be called El Camino Real. This route was well known during the Mexican Alta California and Spanish Las Californias eras.