Homes for sale in Camarilllo, California

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About Camarillo, California

Camarillo, California is a medium-sized city in Ventura county, California. The city has approximately sixteen neighborhoods and is the 123rd largest community in the state. The city motto is “Las Personas Son La Cuidad” which means “The People are the City”. The city has a council-manager form of city government and a warm summer Mediterranean climate. The main drag through town is the Ventura Freeway. Over 40% of adults over 25 in Camarillo have four-year degrees or more, nearly twice the national education average for U.S. communities. It is a diverse community racially, ethnically, economically and more. Common ancestries among residents include German, Irish, English, Italian and French. It has a bit of an international feel, because more than 15% of Camarillo residents were born outside of the U.S. borders. English is the #1 language, followed by Spanish and Tagalog.

The city spans 19.70 square miles of land area and it is predominantly a white-collar community, where nearly 88% of the workforce hold white-collar positions. It is also an upper-middle income community compared to state economic standards and a wealthy community compared to federal economic standards. The population estimate for Camarillo in 2018, estimated 69,127 residents and the approximate population density is around 3,450 people per square mile. Looking at the community financially, in 2016 the median household income was $79,397 and the estimated per capita income was $38,718. In the same year the estimated median house or condo value was $588,300, the mean price on all housing units was $636,399 and the median gross rent was $1,892.

Prior to the arrival of Europeans, the area was inhabited by the native Chumash tribes. There are several ancient sites in the area that feature painted artifacts like pictographs. After the arrival of Europeans projects which they called “progress” began, for example the railroad coastal route came through the area in 1898. Around 1910 the original townsite was laid out. The budding town was named after the Camarillo brothers, Adolpho and Juan. It was an agricultural community and in those early days the main crops were, lima beans, citrus fruits and walnuts. The raising, training and selling of Camarillo white horses were another important economic endeavor it in the community.St. John Seminary was established in 1939, on lands donated by Don Juan Camarillo. Camarillo state hospital opened in 1936, today the grounds serve as the campus of CSU. In recent years multiple large retail stores and mall areas were built include the state’s largest retail outlet mall.

Education for the youth of the community is primarily provided by the schools of the Pleasant Valley School District. The district 13 schools of varying education levels and a student body of around 7,400 students. The city features many transportation options like, trains and buses there is even a public airfield, but cars remain the most popular option for daily commutes. The city is home to many attractions including Old Tow Camarillo, Camarillo Ranch, Pleasant Valley Historical Society Museum and the Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology facility. Homes for sale come in a variety of sizes and styles. Other housing options include apartments, condos and more for sale, lease or rent. To find your new home in Camarillo, call local real estate agent DENNIS AMICK today at 805 654 8000.