Thinking of moving to Burbank? Let me be the first to congratulate you on making an excellent choice. Being a Burbank native I may be a bit biased, but I’m not the only one who thinks that our Valley city is a great place to live. Just ask the folks at America’s Promise Alliance, who named it one of the country’s Best Communities for Young People, or the staff of Livability.com, who included it in their list of the top 100 best places to live in America. The fact that the demand for the houses for sale Burbank has to offer is as strong as ever is also another indication that this is a highly desirable community.
If you’ve already started searching for homes for sale in Burbank, California, then you’ve probably noticed the wide range of home styles and neighborhoods available. The city has a long and rich history, which is reflected in the diversity of architectural styles in the houses and buildings here. Most of the communities are also well-established and each will have its own unique flavor and feel as well as housing stock.
Houses in Burbank for Sale
Those in the market for Burbank, CA homes for sale often search by neighborhood. Here are some of the city’s most notable communities:
Magnolia Park – The Burbank real estate in this neighborhood has a strong retro vibe. California bungalows abound and Magnolia Boulevard is home to a bevy of independently-owned shops and restaurants.
Hillside District – If you’re looking for executive homes, head to the Verdugo hillside. Subdivisions here include Highridge Estates, Burbank Hills and Burbank North.
Rancho District – The neighborhood for horse lovers. Many homes have equestrian facilities and there are bridle paths that lead to Griffith Park.
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