Ventura is also located on the coast between Malibu and Santa Barbara overlooking the Anacapa and Santa Cruz islands. Originally this city was named San Buenaventura and was incorporated in 1866.
After WWII most of the farmland gave way to sprawling neighborhoods and became a known seaside community famous for its scenic coastlines and hillsides, and rich culture. Ventura is considered a midway point between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara, and is home to many in the entertainment industry who prefer to live in a more casual and social environment.
Oxnard is situated along the Southern California coast between Malibu and Santa Barbara, and approximately sixty miles outside of Los Angeles. This city has some of the richest agricultural land in California in addition to a flourishing center of commerce, industry and tourism.
The city has a rich history of entertaining Angeleno?s as a beach getaway in the early days, and since its incorporation in 1903 it has grown from cattle grazing to sugar beets, lima beans, orchards and is now well known for its annual Strawberry Festivals.
Both cities by the Pacific Ocean offer an extensive assortment of residential options with its attractive neighborhoods located among tree lined streets, parks and beaches.
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