Arleta

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About Arleta

Arleta is a very affluent part of L.A. even though the cost of living is slightly lower than the city's average. Arleta is a very family-friendly neighborhood consisting of couples and small children. The schools in this area have been regarded as some of the best around, which appeals to many parents with kids.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $415,000 to $950,000

Closed Prices: $365,000 to $1,300,000

Median Sale Price: $720,000

Average $ per sq ft: $436

Association Fee Ranges: $200 to $289/mo, $0 to $340

Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home

Age: 1942 to 2020

Sq. Ft.: 886 to 4000 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 2 to 8 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 6 Bathrooms

Lot Size: 0 - 5+ acres

Getting Around Arleta

Around Arleta

Living in Arleta is predominantly quiet and affordable. The cost of living is slightly below average for SoCal. You can get a steal for a three-bedroom home on beautiful Dorrington Avenue for less than $350,000. Arleta is bordered by Mission Hills and North Hills on the north, Sun Valley on the east, Pacoima on the northeast, and Panorama City on the west. Residents enjoy the quiet and exclusive area for raising families.

True to the quiet nature of Arleta, places to dine out are limited. Of course you get the regular smathering of fast food throughout the neighborhood. You can check out a pizza place for an interesting variety of the American favorite. Residents quite often find a local mom and pop restaurant in the immediate area and become regulars. Arleta is geared more towards residents buying from their local grocery store and cooking fresh organic ingredients at home.

Sightseeing isn't Arleta's strong suit. If you're a movie buff come and check out where Marty McFly's character from "Back to the Future" hung out. Even though you'll see plenty of kids riding bikes around the neighborhoods, none of them will be on hoverboards. The Osmond family used to live in Arleta in the late 70's and that house still stands over on Nordhoff Street.

A Friday night in the neighborhood is going to either be spent at home or in West Hollywood, which is the closest hotspot. Just jump on Laurel and head over the hill and find yourself in the star studded area in less than 20 minutes. There are a number of neighborhood bars that cater to local residents where "everyone knows your name".

Arleta is much more suited to the Sunday crowd for some relaxation. Parks like Bradford and Devonshire Arleta are perfect venues for picnics and outdoor recreation. These provide a myriad of family-friendly activities like a lighted outdoor basketball court, children's play area, community room, outdoor gymnasium, kitchen, and stage.

Locals Love

  • Peace and Quiet
  • Parks and Schools
  • Family Friendly

Locals Don't Love

  • Tourists
  • Limited Nightlife and Restaurant Options

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