Saturday In Calabasas

 Old Town, Calabasas

Old Town, Calabasas

My wife and I took a short drive to Malibu, it is very close to Calabasas.  We did a little sight-seeing, a little hiking/walking, and just taking in the beautiful scenery.  We forget how beautiful Calabasas is and how close it is to the beach (so many hills, trees, greenery and big blue sky).
 
Afterwards we went to a great restaurant called Peddlers Fork (I had the Eggs Benedict and they serve this bread and butter that I know is as organic and appetizing as can be), it is off Calabasas Road; and then we walked all the shops in Old Town Calabasas.   After that we drove to the Topanga Plaza which is just 10 minutes away and spent the rest of the day window shopping.
 
It is wonderful how in this central location; that being Hidden Hills and Calabasas, you are secluded in a virtual country/urban/cosmopolitan/private environment where everything is close and far at the same time.  Having my office in this area and living only 5 minutes away has been a great experience.  My days are filled with meetings and enjoying this area, and then working on improving how I serve my clients.
 
I can't think of a better location for me, being a real estate broker who specializes in all areas of real estate; from lending, real estate, residential realty, commercial realty, refinance, and SBA loans.
 
I am a newlywed and am very glad and grateful my wife is happy too.  She has been all over the world, is pretty sophisticated and loves this area as much as I do.
 
I think my next blog will be about the trip we have planned to Santa Barbara which is just an hour away off the 101.  We love Santa Barbara.