Ventura County Historical Landmark No. 109 is the Crowley House, located at 2522 Pleasant Way, Thousand Oaks. This five bedroom house was built in 1910 for newlyweds Frank and Mae Casey Crowley on the Newbury Ranch. The Crowley house was nicknamed "Mother of Thousand Oaks" as in the 1920s it was converted into a real estate office for the first Conejo Valley housing development.
Subsequently the house became a convalescent home and later was the home of Louis and Kathleen Goebel of Jungleland fame. It is now owned by the Conejo Recreation and Park District and is used by Conejo Valley Neighborhood for Learning to promote school readiness and services for children 0-5 years. Crowley House is used for pre-natal classes, early parenting groups and serves as CVNfL's administrative office. Learn more about CVNfL at www.conejovalleynfl.org or by calling (805) 496-9035.