Woodland Hills

Woodland Hills

Los Angeles, California Homes for Sale

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About Woodland Hills

Travel along Interstate 101 past Hollywood, north of The Valley towards Santa Barbara, and eventually you will arrive in Woodland Hills. Nestled between Calabasas and Tarzana, Woodland Hills is the perfect mix between upscale living in places like Beverly Hills and the more laid-back vibes The Valley is known for. With floor plans running the gamut from one-bedroom condominiums to palatial estates, Woodland Hills is great for professionals looking to branch out on their own or those looking to raise a family.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $298,000 to $12,999,000

Closed Prices: $185,000 to $3,700,000

Median Sale Price: $1,105,000

Average $ per sq ft: $614

Association Fee Ranges: $250 to $720, $30 to $565/mo, $0 to $635

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

Age: 1923 to 2022

Sq. Ft.: 358 to 13379 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 0 to 12 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 0 to 13 Bathrooms

Lot Size: 0 - 5+ acres

Getting Around Woodland Hills

Around Woodland Hills

Much of the housing in Woodland Hills is centered around Topanga Canyon Boulevard, which runs from the northern tip of the neighborhood all the way to its southern boarder. Many of these residences are single-family homes interspersed with mid-sized condominium complexes. The northwest region near Woodlake Avenue hosts a large selection of four-bedroom houses with spacious lots.

Bisecting Woodland Hills from east to west is Ventura Boulevard, which is replete with dining options spanning all shapes and sizes. High-end steakhouses can be found aplenty, along with some of the best sushi in Los Angeles. Topanga Canyon Boulevard is no slouch when it comes to providing residents and visitors with places to grab a bite to eat, and the street is filled with pizza parlors, burger joints and other casual fare.

Expect to see residents in professional attire out on the town. The Woodland Hills Mall is the premier shopping location in the city, so expect to see crowds on weekends and even the occasional group of tourists as they make their way towards other parts of Los Angeles.

Topanga Canyon Boulevard hosts more than its fair share of bars and many locals enjoy going on a pub crawl. Retro 1980s-inspired arcade bars are becoming increasingly popular, and Woodland Hills has some of the best places to play the games of your youth while drinking craft beer and eating gourmet bar food. For those looking to spend a quieter night out, family-friendly entertainment can be found at the many bowling allies and movie theatres along Ventura Boulevard.

A day spent shopping at the Woodland Hills Mall is a favorite pastime for those looking to while away a Sunday. If wine tasting sounds like an enjoyable way to spend a day (or two), Santa Barbara is only a short drive down Interstate 101 and has some of the best wineries in the world. The Woodland Hills Country Club has an excellent golf course for those looking to improve their game or simply spend a day in the beautiful outdoors.

Locals Love

  • Many different types of restaurants
  • Easy access to variety of activities

Locals Don't Love

  • Hot summers
  • Commute traffic

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