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Known as “The Valley’s Most Neighborly Town,” Granada Hills is the perfect Los Angeles neighborhood for families and outdoor enthusiasts.

(as of October 2022)
Median List Price

Typical Home Size

1,830 square feet
Price Appreciation

24.77% (since 2020)


This Los Angeles neighborhood sits at the foot of the Santa Susana Mountains, bordered by other residential communities such as Porter Ranch, Mission Hills, Sylmar, North Hills, and Northridge.

Moreover, the Ronald Reagan Freeway runs along the southern part of Granada Hills, providing residents with easy access to Downtown Los Angeles, Santa Susana Pass State Historic Park, and the rest of Southern California.


Granada Hills is served by the Los Angeles Unified School District, the second largest public school system in the country.

It is home to some of the best performing schools in the region. The Granada Hills Charter School, for example, has earned a California Distinguished School designation and a Gold Ribbon Award for its outstanding academic program, high graduation rate, and excellent student performance in English and Math. 


With its tree-lined streets and vast parks, Granada Hills is perfect for those who want to live an active and nature-centric lifestyle. You can go picnicking, hiking, and mountain biking at O’Melveny Park, the second largest park in the Los Angeles area. 

At the heart of the community is the Granada Hills Recreation Center. Also known as Petit Park, it features numerous facilities, including an auditorium, baseball fields, basketball and tennis courts, a dance room, and an indoor gym. They also offer a variety of programs and classes, ranging from after-school sports to arts and crafts. 

Find the perfect Granada Hills home with me, Armen Aroyan, your trusted real estate agent. You can get in touch with me by phone , email, or my contact page here.

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