Main Channel Location! Guard Gated Westlake Island home with Premiere Location on Wide West Bay Channel! Great entertaining floor plan with two Story Vaulted Ceilings and light and bright Open Floor Plan encompass en-tire main floor living areas with Captivating Lake Views. Great Room, Kitchen with Breakfast Nook, and wide glass doors, all Lakefront. Two Bedrooms on main floor and atrium has been converted to Office/Den. Second Floor is all Master Suite with large closet, spacious bath and balcony with amazing views! Approximately 2742 sq ft with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Private newer Boat Dock!
When it comes to the ultimate in Ventura County real estate, luxury living at its finest can be had on the exclusive resort like community of Westlake Island.
The winding drive through beautiful Westlake Village is relaxing, with its many greenbelts, well-maintained shopping areas and fine dining. Upon entering the guard-gated community of Westlake Island, there’s an even greater feeling of serenity, with quiet, tree-lined streets and upscale homes that share the lake lifestyle that began with a developer’s vision.
Billionaire shipping magnate and philanthropist Daniel K. Ludwig (1897-1992) was the first to see the potential of Westlake Village. In the 1960s he purchased what was then the nearly 12,000-acre Russell Ranch, with the idea that it was close to Los Angeles for those who worked there, but still far enough away to be a homeowner’s idyllic retreat. With his foresight, Westlake Village evolved into a master-planned community, but originally did not include a lake. After an extensive study, however, the lake was created with Ludwig’s approval and the accompanying lakeside homes have become one of the most desirable residential locations in Ventura County. The north portion of the Island is in Ventura County while the south portion is in Los Angeles County.
Covering approximately 125 surface acres and more than 8 miles of shoreline, the lake is perfect for those who enjoy electric or sail boating, catch-and-release fishing and a variety of wildlife, including an abundance of birds and turtles.
Features & Amenities
- Built in 1977