top 10 most expensive neighborhoods in san fernando valley?

Asked by Samantha, Winnetka, CA Sat Oct 8, 2011

we're planning to buy a land and build our dream home in it and we are looking for the best neighborhood in san fernando valley. thank you.

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Lucien.augus…, Home Buyer, San Fernando, CA
Fri Dec 9, 2016
west hills, northridge, parts of conoga park, studio city, calabasses, granada hills,
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Melissa Zava…, Agent, Escondido, CA
Sun Oct 9, 2011
i was actually thinking the same thing as the previous agent who commented. It has to be an area that you like and are comfortable with. This may not equate to expensive. Do you need specific things like good schools, proximity to shopping and hospitals, public transportation? Would you like to be near a church or temple of a particular denomination? Those are things that I would take into consideration.
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Public transportation? Come on!!!
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Joan Braunsc…, , Morris County, NJ
Sun Oct 9, 2011
I'm not sure most expensive necessarily equals your dream neighborhood. I would start taking a lot of drives around different areas and get a feeling for each area.

You may end up with what is truly a dream- a beautiful, great neighborhood for cheaper than some of the more expensive ones that you may even like less.
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Dot Chance, Agent, Burbank, CA
Sun Oct 9, 2011

There are neighborhood pockets throughout the valley that are very upscale. Studio City is a great area of expensive properties. If you follow the 101 corridor through the valley and hillside properties you will probably find a steep price tag. It will cost you more to build in the hills than on flat land.

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Harold Sharpe, Agent, Menifee, CA
Sun Oct 9, 2011
Hi Samantha,
Top ten in no particular order for the most part are "South of the boulevard" Ventura, and a few others.
Sherman Oaks,
Woodland Hills,
Studio City,
Beverly hills ( the section north of mulhuland east of beverly glen
Hidden hills,
Chatsworth, north of the 118

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