Homes are well kept and gardens bloom in this tranquil community located in the San Fernando Valley adjacent to North Hollywood. In 1986 residents of this charming neighborhood of homes and businesses formed the Valley Village Homeowners Association to protect the area from “uncontrolled high-rise buildings”.
Today the Association continues to work hard to make this a better place to live where neighbors know and care about each other. Locals love the modest size of Valley Village Park with its playground, picnic area, 1-mile walking path (leashed dogs allowed) and sports fields. One recent addition is the nearby Riverfront Pedestrian and Bike Path featuring lighting, handrails and ramps. The new Metro Bike Share program was recently launched in the San Fernando Valley. The opening of the bike path offers another opportunity to enjoy the mild year-round climate and exercise.
What To Expect
The neighborhood has a distinct family-friendly feel with homes that offer a more affordable option than its Studio City neighbor.
Living in Valley Village offers residents an urban feel and most residents rent their homes. In Valley Village there are a lot of bars, restaurants, coffee shops.
Enjoy the convenience of urban living while located on a quiet residential street. You will have easy access to plenty of quality shopping, restaurants, theaters and entertainment. Whole Foods, Gelsons, Ralphs are nearby and you are just moments from NoHo and Studio City. Convenient freeway access and public transportation are minutes away.
In August 2022, the median listing home price in Valley Village, CA was $1.4M, trending up 27.3% year-over-year. The median listing home price per square foot was $695. The median home sold price was $1.4M. – Realtor.com
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