Stunning Mission Oaks home perfectly located at the end of a tranquil cul-de-sac offering the ultimate in privacy. This rare home boasts almost 3000 square feet of living space while encompassing 5 bedrooms & a bonus room that can be used as a game room or extra bedroom. You are greeted w/ a beautiful rotunda entry & large windows that infuse the open floor plan w/ tons of natural light. Entertain w/ ease in the adjoining living & dining rooms which offer upgraded tile flooring as well as a cozy fireplace & beautiful wall to wall wood media niche that is pre-wired for surround sound. Custom appointments include plantation shutters, custom light fixtures, garage cabinets w/ overhead storage & LED lights throughout. Enjoy cooking in the kitchen w/ bright white tile countertops, ample cabinet space & a large center island perfectly positioned as a breakfast nook area. The downstairs has 2 bedrooms & a ¾ bathroom w/ the remaining bedrooms upstairs (one offering a balcony retreat w/ mountain views). While the spacious master suite offers two large walk-in closets & an oversized master bathroom. The backyard is a tranquil retreat w/ complete privacy-not backing to another home. Enjoy the lush landscaping that integrates Malibu lighting throughout w/ wiring for a relaxing spa. The home is across the street to Pitts Ranch Park (tennis & basketball courts, a baseball field, covered picnic areas, & playgrounds), hiking & biking trails, & an award-winning elementary school.
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Camarillo is a city in Ventura County in the U.S. state of California. As of the 2010 United States Census, the population was 65,201, an increase of 8,117 from the 57,084 counted in the 2000 Census. The Ventura Freeway (U.S. Route 101) is the city’s primary thoroughfare. Camarillo is named for Adolfo and Juan Camarillo, two of the few Californios (pre-1848 California natives of Hispanic ancestry) to preserve the city’s heritage after the arrival of Anglo settlers. The railroad coast route came through in 1898 and built a station here. Adolfo Camarillo eventually employed 700 workers growing mainly lima beans. Walnuts and citrus were also grown on the ranch. Adolfo bred Camarillo White Horses in the 1920s through the 1960s and was well known for riding them, dressed in colorful Spanish attire, in parades such as the Fiesta of Santa Barbara.