About Valley Village

As its name suggests, Valley Village is another of the Los Angeles communities that can be found in the San Fernando Valley. This community has a median income of approximately $55,000, a figure that is around the average for both Los Angeles County and the city of Los Angeles. It’s population density is also roughly equivalent to that of Los Angeles as a whole, with Valley Village covering about 2.1 square miles and having a population of around 25,000 residents.

Living in Valley Village

Valley Village’s public schools are a part of the Los Angeles Unified School district, but this area is also home to several private elementary and high schools, so residents will have options when considering where to send their kids to school.

This neighborhood also has a couple of top-notch community parks. Valley Village Park is a green oasis amidst the sights and sounds of the city. The community’s other park – the North Hollywood Recreation Center – is filled with community facilities, including baseball diamonds, handball courts, a seasonally operated pool, and a children’s play area with nearby picnic tables.

Real Estate in Valley Village

Many of the homes in Valley Village have professionally done landscaping, with grassy green lawns and manicured gardens. The single-family homes in this area tend to sell for around $1 million while the condos and townhomes in this area tend to sell for less than $600,000. Single-family homes make up a significant portion of the real estate in the Valley Village, with Spanish influenced properties and ranch style homes dominating the market. These homes tend to have a footprint of less than 2,000 square feet, but are usually located on decent sized land lots, allowing homeowners to avoid feeling like the are living on top of their next door neighbors. Despite their smaller size, the homes in Valley Village still tend to have 3 to 5 bedrooms and 1.5 to 5 bathrooms, with the exact specifications depending on their size and price point.

Due to the fact that properties here are on the small side, the average price per square foot is a little higher than the Los Angeles average. The median home price in Valley Village is still under $800,000, making the homes here comparable to those in the surrounding communities. It is surrounded by Studio City, Sherman Oaks, and West Hollywood, three other cities that each offer their own unique atmosphere.

If you are interested in purchasing real estate in Valley Village or one of the surrounding neighborhoods, continue to browse our website and learn more about the properties currently listed for sale. Once you have narrowed down your options, contact one of our team members and set up an in person appointment to go and experience Valley Village real estate for yourself. We are happy to answer all of your questions and help you hone in on the type of property that will suit you and your family.