Stevenson Ranch Homes For Sale
Situated in the rolling hills of the Santa Clarita Valley.
Situated in the rolling hillsides west of the Santa Clarita Valley, Stevenson Ranch has become one of the most desirable communities in North Los Angeles County. Home buyers are attracted to the location for the beautiful views, Award-Winning schools and convenient access to freeways for commuters. Located just 30 miles to downtown Los Angeles it feels worlds away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Development of Stevenson Ranch began in 1988 with the first homes constructed just above and below Stevenson Ranch Parkway. There are now approximately 3680 homes in Stevenson Ranch which include Condominiums, attached & detached, Townhomes, Single-Family and Estate homes with 41 tracts in the areas north and south of Stevenson Ranch Parkway and 7 tracts in South Stevenson Ranch which are located off of Pico Canyon and The Old Road. The wide variety home floor-plans and styles meet the needs of most home buyers in today’s market. The community offers award winning schools, Parks, Basketball Courts, Tennis Courts, Picnic areas and easy access to hiking trails. See why Stevenson Ranch residents enjoy living here and start your home search today!
Located in the area of Stevenson Ranch known as South Stevenson Ranch are 2 distinct neighborhoods, Southern Oaks and Oakridge Estates. Southern Oaks is nestled in the canyon at the base of the Santa Susana Mountains and includes 3 neighborhoods, Southern Oaks Estates, Southern Oaks Manor and Southern Oaks Grove. The community of Southern Oaks began development in 1999 with the sale of homes beginning in 2000. Located off of Pico Canyon, Southern Oaks is composed of 3 neighborhoods which include the homes of Southern Oaks Grove, Southern Oaks Manor and Southern Oaks Estates. The homes range from 2882 -4453 square feet and offer 4-6 bedrooms, 3-5 baths and 2-3 car garages a community pool and views of the surrounding mountains. The Luxury collection of approximately 20 custom homes offered in the Community of the Oakridge Estates is the most recent development in South Stevenson. It offered home buyers luxury, high end finishes on large estate lots with gorgeous views of the Valley and City Lights.
Also located in the area of South Stevenson Ranch are the communities of Hillside Village, Sunset Point and the Enclave. Conveniently located just off of Pico Canyon and The Old Road. The locations of these neighborhoods offer easy freeway access with many homes offer gorgeous views of the Valley, Mountains and City Lights. The homes in the Enclave offer home owners with the privacy and security of a gated community.
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Hiking Trails: For the outdoor enthusiasts as well as the weekend nature seeker…The Santa Clarita Valley and it’s surrounding areas offers abundant access to hiking trails. View all SCV Hiking Trails Here . I have also highlighted Mentryville and Pico Canyon below, they are adjacent to South Stevenson Ranch.
Mentryville – “Located at the base of Pico Canyon’s chaparral-dominated slopes, Mentryville was an 1880’s oil boom town built around its oil well, Pico No. 4. Named for Charles Alexander Mentry, the oil well’s tenacious driller—and later superintendent of the company that would become Chevron—Mentryville was home to over 100 families until the early 1930’s. Pico No. 4 went on to become the longest continually operating oil well in the world, closing in 1990. Historic buildings still stand including Charles Mentry’s grand thirteen-room mansion, a one-room school house, and a period barn. Mentryville and Pico No. 4 are registered as California State Historical Landmarks.” Information provided by LAMountains.com.
Pico Canyon – “Located in the north end of Santa Clarita Woodlands Park, Pico Canyon was the site of the first commercially successful oil well in the western United States—Pico No 4. Today the canyon offers hikers, bikers, and equestrians not only a glimpse of California history, but shaded trails into the rugged and lushly vegetated headwaters of Pico Canyon and the Santa Susana Mountains. Trails into the back country are accessed from a paved road leading out of Mentryville. Directions: From the Golden State Freeway (I-5) in Valencia, exit on Lyons Road/ Pico Canyon Road. Head west on Pico Canyon Road. Nears its end, bear left at a Y and continue to the end of the road. A large parking lot is opposite historic Mentryville.” Information provided by LAMountains.com.