Welcome to the Family-Friendly, Hip Valley
The San Fernando Valley has changed dramatically in the last few years. As Los Angeles continues to grow, more people are establishing their homes in the Valley. With so many different burgeoning neighborhoods, it is great to have a realtor that knows the area.
The San Fernando Valley represents a 260 square mile area of Southern California and while it is notoriously hotter in the Valley, it also offers great shopping, excellent public and private schools, and, generally speaking, more living space for less money than the Los Angeles basin.
- Panorama City
- Porter Ranch
- Shadow Hills
- Sherman Oaks
- Studio City
- Sun Valley
- Toluca Lake
- Valley Glen
- Valley Village
- Van Nuys
- Warner Center
- West Hills
- Woodland Hills
Map of the Valley’s Neighborhoods
I’ve connected each neighborhood’s name to its neighborhood council- in case you want to review the current events of that area. I love this LA Times Article about neighborhoods of the San Fernando Valley. Check it out here.
City of LA neighborhoods
The Famous Bob’s Big Boy in Toluca Lake
- Granada Hills
- La Tuna Canyon
- Lake Balboa
- Lake View Terrace
- Mission Hills
- NoHo Arts District
- North Hills
- North Hollywood
Nurture your dreams. Invest in your future. Find your perfect.
Well, it all depends on what you’re interested in, but the Valley is filled with fun activities! A must for all, there is no scarcity of shopping in the Valley! We have the Topanga Village and Topanga Mall on the West end, the Americana and Glendale Galleria on the East end and centrally, we have the Sherman Oaks Fashion Square and Galleria. You can find specialty stores at the Commons in Calabasas or along Ventura Blvd in Studio City and Sherman Oaks.
If you would prefer to get some exercise, there is the Backbone trail in the Santa Monica mountains or you could see the big rocks up at Rocky Peak, part of the Santa Susana Mountains. Overlooking the valley on horseback is easy with the Los Angeles Equestrian Center in Burbank. Of course, wonderful parks and playgrounds abound.
Other excursions within the Valley include Universal Studios and Universal CityWalk, the Japanese Gardens, the Iliad Bookstore or you can take a bike around Lake Balboa. There are so many exciting attractions, come explore the Valley!
While the median home value in San Fernando Valley reached $660,000 in 2007, it dropped during the housing crisis. As of July, the median home value is about $600,000.