Shadow Hills

Shadow Hills

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About Shadow Hills

Shadow Hills lies in the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles County. The community is north of Burbank and sits in the northwestern Verdugo Mountains. Shadow Hills is largely made up of horse farms and is one of the few equestrian zones remaining in the city of Los Angeles. It is a quiet community with a specific focus on farms, a rarity in the city of Los Angeles.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $775,000 to $3,195,000

Closed Prices: $550,000 to $2,925,000

Median Sale Price: $946,000

Average $ per sq ft: $504

Association Fee Ranges: $130/quarter, $185 to $450/mo, $0 to $453

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

Age: 1909 to 2022

Sq. Ft.: 513 to 5733 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 1 to 6 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 6 Bathrooms

Lot Size: 0 - 5+ acres

Getting Around Shadow Hills

Around Shadow Hills

Shadow Hills is a relatively small community compared to its surrounding neighborhoods. Therefore, the choice of where to live in Shadow Hills is one that depends on what city or neighboring community you want to be closer to you. If you live in the north, you are closer to Burbank but if you live in the south, you are closer to Sun Valley. Most of the neighborhood is made up of single-family homes but there are also several condominium options, especially along Glenoaks Boulevard, the neighborhood's southernmost boundary.

For being on the smaller side, Shadow Hills packs a big punch when it comes to restaurants. Because it is semi-rural community, you'll find mostly bars and grills throughout the neighborhood, notably along Sunland Boulevard, which also has an assortment of fast food, Mexican, and Thai. Shadow Hills has a surprising variety of restaurants considering its size, something that residents and tourists both appreciate. Villa Terraza, located on Sunland Boulevard, has been serving up delectable Italian food since 1936.

Shadow Hills is often considered a hidden gem in the greater Los Angeles area. The neighborhood's decidedly rural feel gives Shadow Hills a unique country-side experience just minutes from downtown Los Angeles. Since this is an equestrian community, you can expect to see locals horseback riding throughout the neighborhood. The architecture reflects the community's history, with homes in the adobe and river stone style.

A Friday night in Shadow Hills is a great time to check out the local bar. Being more of a rural community, Shadow Hills does not offer much in terms of a nightlife, but there are several restaurants in the area where residents can grab a drink with their friends. Directly to the north of Shadow Hills is the community of Sunland, which hosts several bars and restaurants along Foothill Boulevard.

A Sunday in Shadow Hills might start with an actual rooster crowing. Shadow Hills has multiple parks for locals to explore, including the Tujunga Ponds Wildlife Sanctuary, 13 acres of winding trails and ponds. The Stonehurst Recreation Center has BBQ pits, basketball courts, a soccer field, and horseshoe pits. Since it is a semi-rural community, Shadow Hills has unique opportunities for you. If you're lucky, you might catch a glimpse of race horses undergoing training and of expert jockeys making complicated tricks look easy.

Locals Love

  • Breathtaking wildlife
  • Local farms
  • Secluded and quiet community

Locals Don't Love

  • Schools are few and far between
  • Small size of the community
  • Traffic

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