A Storied Heritage In The Hills


The origin of the Calabasas name is rooted in two legends. Most believe the legend of 1824, when a rancher spilled his load of pumpkins, or “calabazas” in Spanish, on the road, leaving hundreds of seeds to sprout the following spring. Others believe the area was named by the Chumash tribe for the word meaning “where the wild geese fly”. Either way, Calabasas, once a legendary frontier town of the Wild West, was eventually settled by families and ranchers. Today, the official Calabasas logo, a red-tailed hawk flying over the Santa Monica Mountains, symbolizes its commitment to preserving the community’s natural beauty, heritage and semi-rural quality of life.

Portola

Portola Estate


The Portola expeditions in the 1700s were responsible for the discovery and colonization of Calabasas. The expedition was led by Juan Portola de Gaspar in 1769.

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Paso Fino Estate

Paso Fino Estate


The Paso Fino was the chosen horse of spanish Conquistadors. Their introduction to North America led to the wild herds of horses known as Mustangs.

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Leonis Estate

Leonis Estate


Don Miguel Leonis was a Basque immigrant who became know as the “King of Calabasas.” He reigned over the San Fernando Valley from his Calabasas ranch.

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Del Mar Estate

Del Mar Estate


The Portola expeditions in the 1700s were responsible for the discovery and colonization of Calabasas. The expedition was led by Juan Portola de Gaspar in 1769.

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La Loma Estate

La Loma Estate


The Portola expeditions in the 1700s were responsible for the discovery and colonization of Calabasas. The expedition was led by Juan Portola de Gaspar in 1769.

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Espiritu Estate

Espiritu Estate


Maria Espíritu Chijulla was a member of the Chumash tribe native to Calabasas. She owned one of the largest ranches in the area, Rancho El Escorpión, and reigned over Calabasas with her husband, Don Miguel Leonis.

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Cabrillo Estate


In the 16th century, explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo led the first European expedition to explore America’s West Coast on behalf of the Spanish Empire. He was the first to chart and name the coastal harbors and islands of California.

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