Leave your busy schedule behind, and let Ojai's fresh air inspire you. A quaint town of about 8,000 residents, Ojai is an eclectic community comprised of artists, musicians and health practitioners. Although it was long inhabited by the Chumash and settled by other groups in the 1880s, it was not incorporated as a city until 1921. Originally a Western-style town, it was razed by a fire in 1917 and rebuilt in mostly Spanish Revival-style architecture with funds provided by Edward Libby, the founder of Libby Glass Company. Resting in the shadows of the Topa Topa and Sulpher Mountains, Ojai and the Ojai Valley are only about 15 miles inland from the Pacific Ocean. Tourism and recreation are the mainstays of the town’s economy. The charming business district is home to an abundance of shops, art galleries, restaurants and cafes. Culturally rich for such a small community, Ojai offers everything from thrilling outdoor adventures to luxurious relaxation and revitalizing retreats.
Condos: $500,000 + • Homes and Cottages: $750k - $2 Million • Ranches and Estates: $4 Million+