Westlake Village

This neighborhood attracts history, art, and culinary enthusiasts, as well as a wealth of outstanding restaurants.

Welcome to Westlake Village

Considered the heart and soul of Conejo Valley
Westlake is slowly but steadily gaining popularity as a place for artists and young families to reside, while remaining close to the downtown area. This neighborhood attracts history, art, and culinary enthusiasts, as well as a wealth of outstanding restaurants and entertainment options. Westlake was one of Los Angeles' original residential areas, and by the 1900s, it had become affluent, comparable to Manhattan's Upper East Side. Housing would have been largely mansions, and the inhabitants would have enjoyed an immaculate MacArthur Park, which was previously renowned as Los Angeles' Champs-Élysées. The area is made up of a mix of antique and contemporary apartment buildings, bungalows, and charming hillside residences with amazing views of downtown and Los Angeles.

What to Love

  • Standard California living
  • Perfect for young families
  • Relaxing atmosphere and lifestyle
  • Beautiful lakeside homes
  • Incredible school system

Local Lifestyle

Westlake Village is located in the Conejo Valley and is noted for offering inhabitants breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and Westlake Lake. Residents of Westlake Village enjoy access to a variety of outdoor activities in adjacent Malibu, including hiking, shopping, eating, and surfing. There's something about the laid-back vibe in the air and the timeless look that keeps residents coming back for more.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Shopping options in Westlake Village vary from small boutiques to large retail businesses. The Promenade provides the best shopping, eating, and entertainment in the area, from all of the fashion and beauty must-haves to eating tasty off-the-grill favorites.
One of the biggest reasons to visit Westlake is the food, which includes some of LA's most well-known vintage restaurants as well as a slew of younger up-and-coming eateries. Enjoy seafood, wine, and beer from local sources at Lure Fish House, a semi-upscale setting with an oyster bar and nautical atmosphere. Locals can also indulge in New American cuisine at The Gallery where you will be presented with a seasonal, polished yet approachable modern American menu with multi-cultural inspirations and tastes such as Indian, Asian, Thai, and more. There’s also the Stonehaus, which has a wide range of wines from throughout the world, as well as their own private label wines that go well with their made-to-order pizzas.

Things to Do

Only a few places in Southern California provide the opportunity to go sailing on a private lake and then play golf at one of three local courses and one of them is Westlake Village. The Westlake Golf Course is a simple course to walk for exercise or ride in carts for a relaxing day. A 40-stall night illuminated driving range, pro shop, snack bar, friendly fully stocked bar, nine teaching professionals, and a practice putting and chipping green are just a few of the amenities available at Westlake Golf Course.
One of Westlake's most appealing features is its culture, which includes historic MacArthur Park, Filipinotown, Lafayette Park, and Temple-Beaudry. While many of these historic landmarks have been overlooked for decades, the region is slowly being revitalized.


Westlake Village has several distinguished public and private schools here including:
  • Renaissance Arts Academy, K-12, highly-rated charter school focused on the arts
  • Larchmont Charter School, K-12, offers dynamic arts program
  • Westlake High School, 9-12, top-rated public high school
  • WISH Community School, K-8, offers gifted program
  • Flintridge Preparatory School, 7-12, top-rated private high school in Los Angeles

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