The Sunland – Tujunga area’s pursuit to become part of Los Angeles began in 1926 and was finally completed in 1932. Home to approximately 59,996 people, the Sunland – Tujunga community celebrates its diversity.
Residents enjoy incredible views of the San Gabriel Mountains and all the benefits of living close to the action in Los Angeles without being right in the middle of the city. Those looking to make their home in this community will find a variety of housing options that include condominiums, single-family homes, ranches, and apartments.
Students in the Sunland – Tujunga area are served by schools within the Los Angeles Unified School District. There are currently five elementary schools, one middle school, and a high school located within this community. There are quite a few private school options, as well.
The median household income for this area is $62,429. This amount is higher than the state average. The average value of detached houses in Sunland – Tujunga is an estimated $414,213. The average value of condominiums is an estimated $368,916.
The Sunland – Tujunga Neighborhood Council is an active part of the community. The council was established in order to help residents stay connected with public agencies by representing the interests and needs of the residents. There are twenty-one members who are elected to serve on the council and one member who is appointed. The council is active in an advisory capacity on issues that are important to the community’s well-being. Public meetings are held once a month.
Your real estate agent is the best source of information about the local area, buying a home, and selling a house. Give Arminé Ghevian a call today at 818-389-4465 to ask questions about the real estate market, discuss selling your house, or to tour available homes for sale in the Los Angeles area.