Home of the Day: Bucolic ranch setting in Hidden Valley

Home of the Day: A 60-acre ranch in Hidden Valley for $24.5 million

Mature trees, white picket fencing and a private fishing pond set the stage for this picturesque setting in the wealthy Hidden Valley area of Thousand Oaks. Reached by a winding drive, the estate known as Brookfield Farms centers on a traditional-style home with dormer windows and a wide wrap-around porch. An equestrian complex, riding pastures, zip lines, organic gardens and a pool make up the 60-acre grounds.

Location: 1464 Hidden Valley Road, Hidden Valley, 91361

Price: $24.5 million

House size: 6,720 square feet, nine bedrooms, 10 bathrooms

Lot size: 60.27 acres

Features: Three-bedroom main house, dormer windows, wrap-around porch, hardwood flooring, beamed ceilings, grand foyer, living room with fireplace, formal dining room, country-style kitchen with island/breakfast bar, four guest cottages, pool, play house, zip lines, equestrian complex, two pastures, five-car garage, gym, ranch shop, lake with fish house, organic fruit and vegetable gardens, rose garden, greenhouse

About the area: The median sale price for single-family homes in the 91361 ZIP Code in March was $1.139 million based on 10 sales, according to CoreLogic DataQuick. That represents a 19.3% increase in median price compared with March 2014.

Agent: Karen Crystal and Nicki LaPorta, Ewing & Associates Sotheby’s International Realty

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