- Current Prices:$475,000 to $11,589,000
- Closed Prices:$299,000 to $2,199,000
- Median Sale Price:$674,975
- Average $ per sq ft:$380
- Association Fee Ranges:$44/quarter,$250 to $355,$26 to $536.24/mo,$0 to $536
- Type:Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single Family Home
- Age:1927 to 2018
- Sq. Ft.:812 to 10,492Sq. Ft.
- Bedrooms:2 to 7Bedrooms
- Bathrooms:1 to 6Bathrooms
- Lot Sizes:0 - 5+ acres
Homes for Sale
Homes in this area come in a wide range of prices, styles, and sizes.
Where to Live
Where you want to live in Granada Hills depends mostly on your needs and interests. If you're interested in the historic landmarks, you'll want to live closer to White Oak Street. White Oak Street was declared a Los Angeles historic and cultural monument in the 1960s because of its Deodar Cedar trees, which are native to the Himalayas. If you're not planning on visiting the historic landmarks of Granada Hills, you might consider living farther away from them to avoid the traffic and noise. The majority of the neighborhood features modern single-family homes that resemble Mid-Century architectural designs, while other residences include small to medium-sized apartment complexes.
Where to Eat
The culinary scene of Granada Hills is as diverse as the community itself. There are authentic Mexican restaurants in the area as well as savory BBQ Latino-Korean fusion restaurants. Enjoy a hearty breakfast or a plate of bowtie pasta at one of the restaurants around Chatsworth Street or San Fernando Mission Boulevard. Dine on curry noodles and fried rice at a Thai restaurant near Sepulveda Boulevard. You can also find fresh sushi and other seafood, Italian cuisine, pizza, burgers, and steak houses in the area. For something sweet, you can grab some delicious dessert at a local ice cream shop to satisfy your craving.
What You'll See
Granada Hills is a welcoming and family-friendly neighborhood where you will see a mix of older adults, veterans, college students, and young parents with children. With several parks and schools in the area, expect to run into children playing outside, students rushing to class, families enjoying picnics, parents carpooling, and active residents hiking or biking along the trails.
Friday Night Fun
Granada Hills has a limited nightlife due to its suburban setting with most of its bars and pubs situated on the outskirts of the neighborhood. Some of the residents head to a local bar or restaurant where they can relax with friends along with a cold brew or cocktail. There are also several art galleries and studios in the community displaying a variety of work from local and international artists for a more reserved and cultured night out. Granada Hills also hosts concerts, festivals, and other events throughout the year like 4th of July fireworks show, Grubfest, book fairs, Oktoberfest, environmental festival, and family movie nights.
The Perfect Sunday
Granada Hills has plenty to do, even on a Sunday afternoon. You can always visit one of the wonderful parks or recreational centers found in the community such as O'Melveny Park, which is the second-largest park in L.A. It provides plenty of open spaces as well as picnic areas, small streams, citrus trees, and hiking trails. The Granada Hills Recreation Center is perfect for taking the kids to the playground area or sports fields. You can also check out the local farmers market on Zelzah Avenue or Balboa Boulevard and buy fresh, organic produce and baked goods.
Parks and natural spaces • Plenty of public and private schools • Safe neighborhood • Secluded location.
Locals Don't Love
Expensive real estate • Higher cost of living • Limited nightlife options • Traffic near historic landmarks.
Disclaimer: School attendance zone boundaries are supplied by Maponics and are subject to change. Check with the applicable school district prior to making a decision based on these boundaries.
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