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Canoga Park is a neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles, California, United States. Its 60,000+ residents are considered to be "highly diverse" ethnically. Before the Mexican–American War, the district was part of a rancho, and after the American victory it was converted into wheat farms and then subdivided, with part of it named Owensmouth as a town founded in 1912. It joined Los Angeles in 1917 and was renamed Canoga Park on March 1, 1931, thanks to the efforts of local civic leader Mary Logan Orcutt.

Canoga Park is a diverse neighborhood in the western part of the San Fernando Valley region. It's a predominantly residential area of modest, ranch-style homes. However, it does have a good range of affordable restaurants, ranging from Thai to Mexican to burger joints to Italian to Vietnamese.

Like other areas in the San Fernando Valley, it has much hotter temperatures than central and west Los Angeles, often hitting 100F/38C in summer.

Canoga Park is bordered on the north by Chatsworth, on the east by Winnetka, on the south by Woodland Hills, and on the west by West Hills

Commute:
Burbank: 21.7 miles / 35-60 minutes by car / 40-50 minutes by transit
Century City: 21.4 miles / 45-110 minutes by car / 100-125 minutes by transit
Downtown LA: 28.4 miles / 65-130 minutes by car / 100 minutes by transit
Santa Monica: 21.7 miles / 45-85 minutes by car / 110-140 minutes by transit

History

Pre-American history
The area of present-day Canoga Park was the homeland of Native Americans in the Tongva-Fernandeño and Chumash-Venturaño tribes, that lived in the Simi Hills and along to the tributaries of the Los Angeles River. They traded with the north Valley Tataviam-Fernandeño people. Native American civilizations inhabited the Valley for an estimated 8,000 years. Their culture left the Burro Flats Painted Cave nearby.

From 1797 to 1846 the area was part of Mission San Fernando Rey de España (Mission San Fernando). After the Mexican War of Independence from Spain the 'future Canoga Park' land became part of Rancho Ex-Mission San Fernando. In 1845, a land grant for the separate and historically rich Rancho El Escorpión was issued by Governor Pío Pico to three Chumash people, Odón Eusebia, his brother-in-law Urbano, and Urbano's son Mañuel. It was located in the area west of Fallbrook Avenue and later called Platt Ranch.

American history

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Platt Building
In 1863 the syndicate San Fernando Homestead Association led by Isaac Lankershim and Isaac Van Nuys purchased the southern half of the historic San Fernando Valley. They established seven wheat ranch operations and were the first to ship wheat to Europe from California. In 1869 Alfred Workman acquired the westernmost ranch, a 13,000 acres (50 km2) wheat farm in future Canoga Park (for more: See Landmarks section below).[9] Eucalyptus trees were introduced into the San Fernando Valley by Albert Workman, who imported seedlings from his native Australia and planted them on the Workman Ranch. In time, they spread though the Canoga Park area ranches, farms and beyond. It has been said that these trees are the parents of all eucalyptus trees in Southern California.

In 1909 the Suburban Homes Company, a syndicate led by H. J. Whitley, general manager of the Board of Control, along with Harry Chandler, H. G. Otis, M. H. Sherman and O. F. Brandt purchased 48,000 acres of the Farming and Milling Company for $2,500,000. Henry E. Huntington, extended his Pacific Electric Railway (Red Cars) through the Valley to Owensmouth (now Canoga Park). The Suburban Home Company laid out plans for roads and the towns of Van Nuys, Reseda (Marian) and Canoga Park (Owensmouth). The rural areas were annexed into the city of Los Angeles in 1915.

The entire south San Fernando valley, from Roscoe Blvd south to the hills, with certain exceptions, were to be subdivided in anticipation of the Los Angeles aqueduct's completion in 1913. The purchasers of the land included Harry Chandler and Harrison Gray Otis of the Los Angeles Times, Moses Sherman (a Los Angeles Pacific Railroad streetcar line builder), and Hobart Johnstone Whitley, an all purpose real estate developer who, from a start in the Land Rush of 1889 in Oklahoma to platting out 140 towns, including Hollywood.

1920 Sherman Way in downtown Owensmouth, with Los Angeles Pacific Railroad lines
The area was originally named Owensmouth by Los Angeles Suburban Home Company by general manager Hobart Johnstone Whitley as a sales tactic in that the town would be the new mouth of the Owens River, after the Los Angeles Aqueduct would be completed the next year. The town was founded on March 30, 1912, and the Suburban Home Company contracted with the Janss Investment Company, to sell properties. A pre-development scheme brought Pacific Electric streetcars and an all purpose highway (Sherman Way) out all the way from Hollywood through Cahuenga Pass, through the previously subdivided Van Nuys (1911). Highlighting the "opening day barbecue" was the display of the "Owensmouth Baby", a racecar that could go up and down the paved Sherman Way at the incredible speed of 35 mph.

Owensmouth, as the junior San Fernando Valley city to Van Nuys, promoted itself with the "baby" motif—using storks in their advertisement. The "baby city" of the Valley remained a very small community.

The lack of an independent water supply made annexation to the City of Los Angeles inevitable, and on February 26, 1917, it joined with its larger neighbor. The name was changed to Canoga Park in 1931. Eventually, the area's zoning was rural/agricultural and its industry was small farms involved in the production of fruits, vegetables, and melons, some livestock, horses, a movie/television studio, and a stunt location.[15]

The Canoga Park Airstrip occupied the area now known as "Warner Center" (as shown on the street map 1955 Thomas Guide).

Recent history

Aerojet Rocketdyne Division
In 1955, Rocketdyne, then a division of North American Aviation, moved into the area. It became a major employer along with the Atomics International and Santa Susana Field Laboratory (SSFL) divisions.[16] Other aerospace companies followed: including Atomics International, Thompson Ramo Wooldridge-TRW, Hughes Aircraft, Rockwell International, Boeing, and Teledyne. Small machine shops and other ancillary businesses also sprang up to service the aerospace industry. Currently the facility is operated by Aerojet Rocketdyne, and is the only remaining aerospace industry. The Santa Susana Field Lab property has been closed and will be undergoing an extensive environmental cleanup, and become an open-space park.

In 1987 much of the western district of Canoga Park was renamed West Hills . On June 25, 2005, Canoga Park was named an All-America City.

Geography
Canoga Park is bordered by Woodland Hills on the south, West Hills on the west, Chatsworth on the north, and Winnetka on the east.

Bell and Dayton Creeks flowing from the Simi Hills, and Arroyo Calabasas (Calabasas Creek) from the Santa Monica Mountains are several of the headwaters of the Los Angeles River that originate in the western San Fernando Valley that flow through Canoga Park. The Los Angeles River itself begins at the confluence of Calabasas Creek and Bell Creek behind Canoga Park High School. These and other small creeks supply stormwater and suburban runoff water to the Los Angeles River, and several are considered year round creeks. Although the creeks are now channeled and run within concrete walls, they do form a significant urban wildlife landscape and contribute to the population of indigenous wildlife left within the San Fernando Valley.
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  • Bryant Square
  • Columbus
  • De Soto Ave
  • Eton Ave North
  • North of Vanowen
  • Old Town
  • Parthenia Variel / De Soto Ave
  • Roscoe / De Soto / Variel
  • Saticoy / Variel South
  • Valerio St / Sherman Way
  • Bryant Square


    REAL ESTATE

    The median home value in Canoga Park is $535,900. Canoga Park home values have gone up 0.6% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will fall -0.1% within the next year. The median list price per square foot in Canoga Park is $387, which is lower than the Los Angeles average of $535. 

    The median price of homes currently listed in Canoga Park is $499,999 while the median price of homes that sold is $477,600. The median rent price in Canoga Park is $2,248, which is lower than the Los Angeles median of $3,500.

    COMMUTE TIME

    Burbank: 21.7 miles / 35-60 minutes by car / 40-50 minutes by transit

    Century City: 21.4 miles / 45-110 minutes by car / 100-125 minutes by transit

    Downtown LA: 28.4 miles / 65-130 minutes by car / 100 minutes by transit

    Santa Monica: 21.7 miles / 45-85 minutes by car / 110-140 minutes by transit

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    DEMOGRAPHICS

    Bryant Square, Canoga Park

    Population: 2584 residents

    Average age: 54 years old

    Homeowners: 55%

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    Why neighbors love Bryant Square

    Food

    Restaurants

    Shopping

    Sidewalks

    Trees

    Gathered from Nextdoor members

    Top neighbor interests

    Dogs

    Gardening & Landscape

    Home Improvement & DIY

    Cats

    Walking

    Camping

    Hiking & Trails

    Parenting School-Age Kids

    TravelCards & Board Games

  • Columbus


    REAL ESTATE

    The median home value in Canoga Park is $535,900. Canoga Park home values have gone up 0.6% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will fall -0.1% within the next year. The median list price per square foot in Canoga Park is $387, which is lower than the Los Angeles average of $535. 

    The median price of homes currently listed in Canoga Park is $499,999 while the median price of homes that sold is $477,600. The median rent price in Canoga Park is $2,248, which is lower than the Los Angeles median of $3,500.

    COMMUTE TIME

    Burbank: 21.7 miles / 35-60 minutes by car / 40-50 minutes by transit

    Century City: 21.4 miles / 45-110 minutes by car / 100-125 minutes by transit

    Downtown LA: 28.4 miles / 65-130 minutes by car / 100 minutes by transit

    Santa Monica: 21.7 miles / 45-85 minutes by car / 110-140 minutes by transit

    DEMOGRAPHICS

    Columbus, Canoga Park

    Population: 2620 residents

    Average age: 54 years old 

    Homeowners: 72%


    Columbus's Neighborhood Favorites

    PIZZA PLACE
    K's Bronx Pizzeria
    22207 Sherman Way, Canoga Park

    BURGERS
    In-N-Out Burger
    6841 Topanga Canyon Blvd, Canoga Park

    BURGERS
    Michaels Burgers
    7225 Topanga Canyon Blvd, Canoga Park

    MEXICAN
    Mission Burrito - West Hills
    22744 Roscoe Blvd, Los Angeles

    BREAKFAST & BRUNCH
    Henri's Restaurant
    21601 Sherman Way, Canoga Park

    ITALIAN
    Maggiano's Little Italy
    6100 Topanga Canyon Blvd, Woodland Hills

    BAKERY
    Pastries by Edie
    7226 Topanga Canyon Blvd, Los Angeles

    AMERICAN
    Brents Deli & Catering
    19565 Parthenia St, Northridge

    BARBECUE
    Stonefire Grill 1
    6405 Fallbrook Ave, West Hills

    FAVORITES IN
    Personal Care

    GYM
    24 Hour Fitness
    6653 Fallbrook Ave, West Hills

    FAVORITES IN
    Retail

    GROCERY STORE
    Trader Joe's
    6751 Fallbrook Ave, West Hills

    HARDWARE STORE
    The Home Depot
    22855 Victory Blvd, West Hills

    BOOKSTORE
    5 Dollar Or Less Bookstore
    2880-A Cochran St, Simi Valley

    BOOKSTORE
    Barnes & Noble Booksellers
    4735 Commons Way, Calabasas

    FLORIST
    Trader Joe's
    6751 Fallbrook Ave, West Hills

    BICYCLE SHOP
    Spoke N Wheel Bicycle
    6804 Platt Ave, West Hills

    FAVORITES IN
    Activities

    MOVIE THEATER
    AMC Fallbrook 7
    6731 Fallbrook Ave, West Hills
    FARMERS MARKET

    Sprouts Farmers Market
    6605 Fallbrook Ave, West Hills

  • De Soto Ave


    REAL ESTATE

    The median home value in Canoga Park is $535,900. Canoga Park home values have gone up 0.6% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will fall -0.1% within the next year. The median list price per square foot in Canoga Park is $387, which is lower than the Los Angeles average of $535. 

    The median price of homes currently listed in Canoga Park is $499,999 while the median price of homes that sold is $477,600. The median rent price in Canoga Park is $2,248, which is lower than the Los Angeles median of $3,500.

    COMMUTE TIME

    Burbank: 21.7 miles / 35-60 minutes by car / 40-50 minutes by transit

    Century City: 21.4 miles / 45-110 minutes by car / 100-125 minutes by transit

    Downtown LA: 28.4 miles / 65-130 minutes by car / 100 minutes by transit

    Santa Monica: 21.7 miles / 45-85 minutes by car / 110-140 minutes by transit

    DEMOGRAPHICS

    De Soto Ave, Canoga Park

    Population: 1565 residents

    Average age: 40 years old 

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    Why neighbors love De Soto Ave Area

    Atmosphere

    Birds

    Community 

    Convenient Food 

    Freeway Access 

    Gated Hills 

    Large Location

    Top neighbor interests

    Cooking

    Books

    Cards & Board Games

    Hiking & Trails

    Seeing Live Music

    Walking

    Camping

    Crafts & Sewing

    Dogs

    Road Trips

  • Eton Ave North


    REAL ESTATE

    The median home value in Canoga Park is $535,900. Canoga Park home values have gone up 0.6% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will fall -0.1% within the next year. The median list price per square foot in Canoga Park is $387, which is lower than the Los Angeles average of $535.

    The median price of homes currently listed in Canoga Park is $499,999 while the median price of homes that sold is $477,600. The median rent price in Canoga Park is $2,248, which is lower than the Los Angeles median of $3,500.

    DEMOGRAPHICS

    Eton Ave North, Canoga Park

    Population: 741 residents

    Average age: 64 years old *

    Homeowners: 73%

    NEIGHBORHOOD

    Eton Ave North's 2019 Neighborhood Favorites

    The votes have been tallied and the winners are in. Eton Ave North neighbors selected these businesses as their Neighborhood Favorites:

    ITALIAN
    San Carlo Italian Deli
    10178 Mason Ave

    HARDWARE STORE
    Lowe's Home Improvement
    8383 Topanga Canyon Blvd

    HARDWARE STORE
    The Home Depot
    21218 Roscoe Blvd

    BREAKFAST & BRUNCH
    Nat's Cafe West
    8336 Topanga Canyon Blvd
  • North of Vanowen


    REAL ESTATE

    The median home value in Canoga Park is $535,900. Canoga Park home values have gone up 0.6% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will fall -0.1% within the next year. The median list price per square foot in Canoga Park is $387, which is lower than the Los Angeles average of $535. 

    The median price of homes currently listed in Canoga Park is $499,999 while the median price of homes that sold is $477,600. The median rent price in Canoga Park is $2,248, which is lower than the Los Angeles median of $3,500.

    COMMUTE TIME

    Burbank: 21.7 miles / 35-60 minutes by car / 40-50 minutes by transit

    Century City: 21.4 miles / 45-110 minutes by car / 100-125 minutes by transit

    Downtown LA: 28.4 miles / 65-130 minutes by car / 100 minutes by transit

    Santa Monica: 21.7 miles / 45-85 minutes by car / 110-140 minutes by transit

    DEMOGRAPHICS

    North of Vanowen, Canoga Park

    Population: 3497 residents

    Average age: 48 years old *

    Homeowners: 56%

    North of Vanowen's Neighborhood Favorites

    The votes have been tallied and the winners are in. North of Vanowen neighbors selected these businesses as their Neighborhood Favorites:

    BOOKSTORE
    Barnes & Noble Booksellers
    4735 Commons Way

    FARMERS MARKET
    Calabasas Farmers Market
    23504 Calabasas Rd

    BICYCLE SHOP
    Spoke N Wheel Bicycle
    6804 Platt Ave

    FLORIST
    Trader Joe's
    6751 Fallbrook Ave

    FAVORITES IN
    Food & Drink

    BURGERS
    The Habit Burger Grill
    22651 Ventura Blvd, Los Angeles

    BREAKFAST & BRUNCH
    Nat's Coffee Shop
    22737 Ventura Blvd, Los Angeles

    ITALIAN
    Maggiano's Little Italy
    6100 Topanga Canyon Blvd, Woodland Hills

    BAKERY
    Pastries by Edie
    7226 Topanga Canyon Blvd, Los Angeles

    STEAK HOUSE
    Monty's Steak House
    5371 Topanga Canyon Blvd, Woodland Hills

    GROCERY STORE
    Trader Joe's
    6751 Fallbrook Ave, West Hills

    HARDWARE STORE
    Lowe's Home Improvement
    8383 Topanga Canyon Blvd, Los Angeles

    HARDWARE STORE
    Franklin's Hardware
    21936 Ventura Blvd, Los Angeles

    BOOKSTORE
    Barnes & Noble Booksellers
    4735 Commons Way, Calabasas

    FLORIST
    Trader Joe's
    6751 Fallbrook Ave, West Hills

    BICYCLE SHOP
    Spoke N Wheel Bicycle
    6804 Platt Ave, West Hills

    MOVIE THEATER
    AMC Fallbrook 7
    6731 Fallbrook Ave, West Hills

    FARMERS MARKET
    Calabasas Farmers Market
    23504 Calabasas Rd, Calabasas

  • Old Town


    REAL ESTATE

    The median home value in Canoga Park is $535,900. Canoga Park home values have gone up 0.6% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will fall -0.1% within the next year. The median list price per square foot in Canoga Park is $387, which is lower than the Los Angeles average of $535. 

    The median price of homes currently listed in Canoga Park is $499,999 while the median price of homes that sold is $477,600. The median rent price in Canoga Park is $2,248, which is lower than the Los Angeles median of $3,500.

    COMMUTE TIME

    Burbank: 21.7 miles / 35-60 minutes by car / 40-50 minutes by transit

    Century City: 21.4 miles / 45-110 minutes by car / 100-125 minutes by transit

    Downtown LA: 28.4 miles / 65-130 minutes by car / 100 minutes by transit

    Santa Monica: 21.7 miles / 45-85 minutes by car / 110-140 minutes by transit

    DEMOGRAPHICS

    Old Town, Canoga Park

    Population: 8066 residents

    Average age: 46 years old *

    Homeowners: 36%

    Old Town's Neighborhood Favorites


    PIZZA PLACE
    Jerry's Pizzeria
    22035 Sherman Way, Canoga Park

    BURGERS
    Hook Burger
    6201 Topanga Canyon Blvd, Woodland Hills

    BURGERS
    In-N-Out Burger
    6841 Topanga Canyon Blvd, Canoga Park

    BREAKFAST & BRUNCH
    Nat's Cafe West
    8336 Topanga Canyon Blvd, Los Angeles

    ITALIAN
    Maggiano's Little Italy
    6100 Topanga Canyon Blvd, Woodland Hills

    AMERICAN
    Stonefire Grill 1
    6405 Fallbrook Ave, West Hills

    ICE CREAM SHOP
    Baskin-Robbins
    7620 Topanga Canyon Blvd, Canoga Park

    ICE CREAM SHOP
    Yozen Frogurt
    6450 Platt Ave, West Hills

    FAVORITES IN
    Retail

    GROCERY STORE
    Vallarta Supermarkets
    8201 Topanga Canyon Blvd, Los Angeles

    HARDWARE STORE
    Lowe's Home Improvement
    8383 Topanga Canyon Blvd, Los Angeles

    BOOKSTORE
    Next Chapter Books
    21616 Sherman Way, Canoga Park

    FLORIST
    Trader Joe's
    6751 Fallbrook Ave, West Hills
  • Parthenia Variel / De Soto Ave


    Real Estate Prices and Overview

    The median home value in Canoga Park is $535,900. Canoga Park home values have gone up 0.6% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will fall -0.1% within the next year. The median list price per square foot in Canoga Park is $387, which is lower than the Los Angeles average of $535. The median price of homes currently listed in Canoga Park is $499,999 while the median price of homes that sold is $477,600. The median rent price in Canoga Park is $2,248, which is lower than the Los Angeles median of $3,500.

    Canoga Park is a densely urban neighborhood (based on population density) located in Los Angeles, California.

    Canoga Park real estate is primarily made up of small (studio to two bedroom) to medium sized (three or four bedroom) apartment complexes/high-rise apartments and single-family homes. Most of the residential real estate is renter occupied. Many of the residences in the Canoga Park neighborhood are older, well-established, built between 1940 and 1969. A number of residences were also built between 1970 and 1999.

    Real estate vacancies in Canoga Park are 4.9%, which is lower than one will find in 75.0% of American neighborhoods. Demand for real estate in Canoga Park is above average for the U.S., and may signal some demand for either price increases or new construction of residential product for this neighborhood.

    DEMOGRAPHICS

    Parthenia Variel/De Soto, Canoga Park

    Canoga Park

    Population: 2192 residents

    Average age: 43 years old *

    Homeowners: 21%

    Why neighbors love Parthenia Variel/De Soto

    Quiet Atmosphere
    Clean Architecture
    Convenient
    Diversity
    Dog Friendly
    Downtown


    Top neighbor interests

    Home Improvement & DIY
    Dogs Walking
    Cooking
    Crafts & Sewing
    Cards & Board Games
    Parenting School-Age Kids
    Animal Adoption
    Books
    Painting
  • Roscoe / De Soto / Variel


    REAL ESTATE

    The median home value in Canoga Park is $535,900. Canoga Park home values have gone up 0.6% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will fall -0.1% within the next year. The median list price per square foot in Canoga Park is $387, which is lower than the Los Angeles average of $535. 

    The median price of homes currently listed in Canoga Park is $499,999 while the median price of homes that sold is $477,600. The median rent price in Canoga Park is $2,248, which is lower than the Los Angeles median of $3,500.

    COMMUTE TIME

    Burbank: 21.7 miles / 35-60 minutes by car / 40-50 minutes by transit

    Century City: 21.4 miles / 45-110 minutes by car / 100-125 minutes by transit

    Downtown LA: 28.4 miles / 65-130 minutes by car / 100 minutes by transit

    Santa Monica: 21.7 miles / 45-85 minutes by car / 110-140 minutes by transit

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    DEMOGRAPHICS

    Roscoe-DeSoto-Variel-Comm, Canoga Park

    Population: 8938 residents

    Average age: 49 years old

    Homeowners: 40%

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    Why neighbors love Roscoe-DeSoto-Variel-Community

    Dog Friendly

    Peaceful

    Clean

    Diversity

    Walking

    Friendly

    Pleasant

    Quiet

    Restaurants

    Family

    Friendly

    Gathered from Nextdoor members

    Top neighbor interests

    Dogs

    Walking

    Live Music

    Home Improvement & DIY

    Hiking & Trails

    Books

    Photography

    Gardening & Landscape

    Travel

    Camping

  • Saticoy / Variel South


    REAL ESTATE

    The median home value in Canoga Park is $535,900. Canoga Park home values have gone up 0.6% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will fall -0.1% within the next year. The median list price per square foot in Canoga Park is $387, which is lower than the Los Angeles average of $535. 

    The median price of homes currently listed in Canoga Park is $499,999 while the median price of homes that sold is $477,600. The median rent price in Canoga Park is $2,248, which is lower than the Los Angeles median of $3,500.

    Saticoy/Variel South's Neighborhood Favorites

    ITALIAN
    Maggiano's Little Italy
    6100 Topanga Canyon Blvd, Woodland Hills

    GROCERY STORE
    Trader Joe's
    6751 Fallbrook Ave, West Hills

    HARDWARE STORE
    Lowe's Home Improvement
    8383 Topanga Canyon Blvd, Los Angeles

    BOOKSTORE
    Barnes & Noble Booksellers
    4735 Commons Way, Calabasas

    FLORIST
    Costco Wholesale
    21800 Victory Blvd, Los Angeles

    MOVIE THEATER
    AMC Fallbrook 7
    6731 Fallbrook Ave, West Hills

    MOVIE THEATER
    AMC Promenade 16
    21801 Oxnard St, Woodland Hills

    Why neighbors love Saticoy/Variel South

    Freeway Access 

    Historic Location

    Open Stores

    Surroundings Urban Walkability

    Atmosphere

    Birds

    Top neighbor interests

    Dogs

    Home Improvement & DIY

    Gardening & Landscape

    Walking

    Books

    Camping

    Hiking & Trails

    Parenting Babies to 5 y/os

    Parenting School-Age Kids

    Seeing Live Music
  • Valerio St / Sherman Way


    REAL ESTATE

    The median home value in Canoga Park is $535,900. Canoga Park home values have gone up 0.6% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will fall -0.1% within the next year. The median list price per square foot in Canoga Park is $387, which is lower than the Los Angeles average of $535. 

    The median price of homes currently listed in Canoga Park is $499,999 while the median price of homes that sold is $477,600. The median rent price in Canoga Park is $2,248, which is lower

    Why neighbors love Valerio St/Sherman Way

    Freeway Access

    Peaceful 

    Sidewalks

    Urban
     
    Walking

    Top neighbor interests

    Hiking & Trails

    Dogs

    Camping

    Gardening & Landscape

    Home Improvement & DIY

    Volunteering

    Walking

    BBQ & Grilling

    Books

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