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Tarzana: The Best of Both Worlds

With Downtown Los Angeles just 25 miles away and the peaks of the Santa Monica Mountains on the horizon, Tarzana gives residents endless adventures close to home. Within this Los Angeles community, however, residents have easy access to spacious parks, country clubs, shops and restaurants on Ventura Boulevard, and a medical center.


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Selling Your Tarzana Home?

Doug Ranger is an experienced real estate professional who serves Tarzana and surrounding communities. He can help you sell your property quickly and for the most money possible. Ready to get started?



Tarzana at a Glance

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Quick Facts

Population (2000): 35,502
Zip Codes: 91335, 91356
City: Los Angeles
County: Los Angeles County

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Travel & Commute

Downtown Los Angeles: 25 mi.
Santa Barbara: 75 mi.
Public Transit: LA Metro, LADOT Commuter Express
Major Highways: Ventura Freeway, I-405
Airport: Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)


Suburban Living in Los Angeles City Limits

Tarzana's tree-lined streets, spacious single-family homes, and abundance of greenery feel far removed from the city grid in Downtown Los Angeles. Despite its distinctly suburban look and feel, Tarzana is nestled within Los Angeles city limits, giving residents quick access to amenities in both the city and neighboring suburban communities.

Residents are especially close to Topanga State Park, the upscale Westfield Topanga and The Village shopping malls, and the Encino Municipal Golf Course, to name a few. No matter what activities you enjoy, you're sure to find what you love in the Tarzana area!

FAQs for Future Tarzana Residents


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What are the Schools Like?

Tarzana residents can choose from public schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District or private and Montessori schools nearby. Higher education is also easily accessible; Tarzana is home to Columbia College Hollywood, and it's close to American Jewish University in Los Angeles, Pierce College in Woodland Hills, California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks, and dozens of other universities.

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Are There Shopping Centers Nearby? 

Yes! Residents have easy access to shops, restaurants, and conveniences within the neighborhood at Tarzana Square Shopping Center and along Ventura Boulevard. For more upscale experiences, residents can visit nearby Westfield Topanga, The Village, Northridge Fashion Center, Sherman Oaks Galleria, and The Commons at Calabasas.

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What Other Attractions are Nearby?

From golf courses to intriguing museums, Tarzana is close to a plethora of attractions in Los Angeles. In less than 20 minutes, you can be hiking through the wilderness in Marvin Braude Mulholland Park, enjoying a picnic by Balboa Lake, or practicing your swing at a local golf course.

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Where Can I Find Fun Outdoor Activities?

Since Tarzana is so close to open spaces in the Santa Monica Mountains, residents have easy access to hiking trails, sight-seeing destinations, and camping adventures. If you're eager to visit the beach, you don't have to travel far, either; Sunset Beach and the Santa Monica Pier are less than an hour's drive from Tarzana.


Buying or Selling a Home in Tarzana?

Doug Ranger can answer all of your questions, connect you with the best home buying or home selling resources, and guide you step by step through your entire transaction. Ready to get started? Call Doug at 800.498.6707 or 805.208.2488.

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