Hey Kaley Cuoco and Karl Cook, put down some roots together. We know just the place!
There’s two things I love with absolute abandon: horses and city life. Keep your suburbs and far-flung rural getaways; in my perfect world, I can get in a nice early morning ride before it’s hot and then hydrate after at one of those super trendy raw juice bars where everything tastes like human hay. I like farmer’s markets and music festivals and once in a blue moon when we splurge on a babysitter, a night out at a noisy hipster bar playing silent movies on the bar TVs.
For the paltry price of $6.9 million (only slightly more expensive than a babysitter, these days), I could have all my dreams fulfilled at this lovely little joint:
Located just outside Los Angeles in the super trendy area of Thousand Oaks, you’re surrounded on all sides by movie stars (Tom Selleck, Kaley Cuoco, and apparently Kurt Russell’s mom all call Thousand Oaks home) and you’re just north of Malibu and west of Calabasas. But if you wanted to turn into a reclusive Howard Hughes type and never leave this little piece of paradise, certainly no one would blame you.
Currently owned by show jumper Tom Blakiston, this forty-acre farm has arenas, barns, and idyllic turnout for days. Nothing but top notch footing throughout, more barns than I could even reasonably keep track of, and literally thousands of trees, just as the name promised.
There’s a darling house on site — nothing insanely Hollywood fancy, but full of bright light and nice amenities. Everything you’d ever need, since the city horse person is never the type to sit at home, anyway.
Currently listed at $6.9 million, you can find out more about this sweet urban charmer at the original listing.