Explore Encino/Tarzana, Los Angeles With Dennis Chernov

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The residential crowd is made up of…diversified yet affluent demographics, ranging from the majority being 39 years old to 60 years old.  Arts and entertainment, along with professional careers make up the employment demographics here, and the household media income level is 50 percent over $150K per year.

The community vibe is…social and modern, yet it still offers enough to hold a family vibe, good schools, and entertainment options for the single crowd.

The lifestyle offered is…luxurious, close proximity to Los Angeles and Hollywood, a friendly atmosphere, privacy, contemporary shopping, and premier restaurants. There are many gyms and facilities for the health conscious, walking trails, both upscale homes as well as more economical choices for rent, and leases available for the young entrepreneur. Top-rated hospitals and medical facilities for health care as well as parks and recreation centers for the fan of the outdoors can also be found here.

The most popular building type you’ll find is...country English-style, Cape Cod-style, and contemporary.

The average home price is1,300,000.

The area’s greatest highlight are…Lake Balboa Park & Golf Course, Encino Center, high-ranked health care providers, Woodley Lakes, Courtyard by Marriot, and Rancho Los Encinos.

The area’s best driving‐distance getaways are…amusement parks and water parks, the Hollywood Bowl, the Dodger Stadium, Universal Studios, Marina Del Rey sailing harbor, Grand Prix Racing, and Santa Anita horse races. Multilevel shopping complexes with fine dining and entertainment nightly also surround the area.

The best spots to dine fancy are…Katsu-Ya, Versailles, Delmonicos, Larsens, Brandywine, Melisse, and Bleecker Street.

The best spots to find entertainment are…LACMA, Mid-City Arthouse, Pearls Rooftop, Warner Center Park, Tarzana Community & Cultural Center, A Taste of Encino, and outdoor movie nights hosted by local parks and recreation centers.

The best spots to go shopping are…Brown Center, Tarzana Town Center, Sherman Oaks Galleria, Encino Oaks Mall, and Encino Marketplace.

The best places to tee off are…Braemar Country Club, El Caballero Country Club, Balboa Golf Course, or Encino Course at Sepulveda.

View all of Dennis Chernov’s listings in Encino/Tarzana here.

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