San Buenaventura, CA Real Estate News

By Kathy Stoltman, Ventura County Real Estate Consultant 805-746-1793
(Balboa Real Estate)
History of Ventura County Formed in 1873 from Santa Barbara County Chumash Indians were native inhabitants Early Spanish settlers described the area as the “land of everlasting summers” and named the region “San Buenaventura”, which means “good fortune” Geography Covers an area of 1,873 square miles, including 43 miles of coastline Located northwest of Los Angeles County, and bordered by Kern County to the north, Santa Barbara County to the west, and the Pacific Ocean on the southwest (view map) 7.5 miles of shoreline are public beaches and 411 acres are State beach parks The Los Padres National Forest accounts for 860 square miles of the northern portion of the county (46% of the county’s land mass) Elevation ranges from sea level to the highest point on Mount Pinos at 8,831 feet Rank...
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