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SUN VALLEY, CA, FOR RENT, FOR LEASE
Sun Valley is a neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley region of the city of Los
Angeles, California. The neighborhood is known for its overall youthful population. The median
age for residents is 28, considered young for city and county neighborhoods; the percentage
of residents aged 10 or younger is among the county's highest. The neighborhood with many
available residential rental properties was first known as Roberts, and in 1896 it became known
as Roscoe. Remnants of this former name are still visible throughout the city. Spearheaded by
the Chamber of Commerce, the name was changed to Sun Valley in 1948.
Sun Valley has a population of nearly 83,000 residents in its 9.42-square-miles. Student
tenants of multifamily properties in this neighborhood would attend one of thirteen public
schools, including John H. Francis Polytechnic High School, Sun Valley High School or four
private schools. There are three recreation centers in Sun Valley, one of which is a historic site.
Sun Valley is bordered on the northeast by Shadow Hills, on the southeast by Burbank,
on the south by North Hollywood and Valley Glen, on the west by Panorama City and on the
northwest by Pacoima, Hansen Dam and Lake View Terrace. Renters of duplex, triplex, fourplex
and multifamily properties should be aware that because Sun Valley is situated at the base of
the Verdugo Mountains, that is prone to flash floods.
The median yearly household income is $51,290 and renters occupied 46.1% of the
residential rental properties, and 53.9% are owner-occupied. Renters should seek out a duplex,
triplex, fourplex and multifamily investment property for rent near Sun Valley’s points of interests
● The Theodore Payne Foundation for Wild Flowers and Native Plants. The organization
operates the only nursery in Los Angeles County devoted exclusively to California
natives, offering more than 500 species.
● Lockheed Aircraft had many factories located in Sun Valley during WWII.
● Legendary punk record company Frontier Records was founded here by Lisa Fancher in
● Voskos brand Greek yogurt is made in Sun Valley.
· The nearest major airport is Bob Hope Airport, 2 miles from the center of Sun Valley, CA
followed by Los Angeles International Airport, 35 miles away.
· Some properties are rent controlled, whereas others are not. It is on a case by case
This information was gathered from Wikipedia, travelmath.com
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