Granada Hills, CA

Overview

Granada Hills is a large neighborhood on the northern edge of Los Angeles, bordered to the east by the I-5/405 interchange and to the north by hilly nature preserves. It’s an upscale community with a highly diverse population, roughly one hour’s drive from downtown LA. The community has a highly active youth sports scene, and the abundance of parkland and nearby woodlands makes apartments in Granada Hills great for anyone who enjoys golfing, hiking, biking, or just relaxing outdoors.

2 Neighborhoods in Granada Hills, CA

  • Granada Hills North

    Formerly an agricultural offshoot of the city of Los Angeles and located within the San Fernando Valley region, the north half of the Granada Hills neighborhood is located just north of the North Hills and Northridge districts and east of the Porter Ranch. Roughly 50,000 people call Granada Hills home, with the majority opting to live in the slightly more populated southern half.

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  • Granada Hills South

    A residential district surrounded by trees and shopping centers across from both charter and higher education schools, Granada Hills serves as a family oriented community dedicated to preserving its friendly reputation. A mixture of small-town sensibility with a sprinkle of business savvy, Granada Hills South represents an iconic recipe for real estate potential. Cal State Northridge runs a little under a mile from county borders, creating a well-educated, youth-oriented district.

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