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Why are celebrities moving to Calabasas neighborhood in LA?

In the middle of San Fernando Valley, north from Los Angeles, you can find the 30.000 people community of Calabasas. In the last years, neighbors started seeing luxury cars, paparazzi and their favorite artists in Starbucks. Justin Bieber, Kim Kardashian and Will Smith are among the famous residents. Read more below!

  • It's close from LA downtown, Beverly and Hollywood Hills as well as the marvelous beach of Malibu.
  • The neighborhood is full of gated communities, isolating some of the most known celebrities in the United States and the world.
  • An excellent education system for kids and the possibility of buying large lots of land makes Calabasas the perfect place for the rich and famous.
The secluded $60 million mansion from Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. Source: Rachpoot / MEGA

Canadian singer Justin Bieber bought a house there in 2012, then sold it to Khloe Kardashian. Kris and Kylie Jenner are also neighbors. Kourtney Kardashian bought her mansion from Keyshawn Johnson, the NFL player. Singers Drake and Miley Cyrus have also their mansions there.

Calabasas map

One of the most notorious homes around is the house of YouTuber Jake Paul, who bought the "Team 10" mansion, known for its eccentric paintings, Lego walls and big stairs, where the entertainer rides his motorcycles.

In his last song, "Fresh Outta London", the star filmed a house party with a crane inside his yard. The beat was a success, hitting 12 million views in 2 weeks.

When actress Katie Holmes started dating Jamie Foxx, she spent more time in her Calabasas $4 million mansion rather than her homes in LA or New York. Last but not least, the "Hangover" star and comedian Ken Jeong, purchased another home around the area. If you are around the neighborhood, go out for an ice cream, you might spot your favorite celebrity! 

We made an entire article showing the mansion of Will and Jada Pinkett Smith there:

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