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Woodland Hills, California, 91364
2 Bedrooms$1,790 - $1,950
3 Bedrooms$2,010 - $2,150
Woodland Hills, California, 91367
2 Bedrooms$1,906 - $2,618
3 Bedrooms$2,760 - $2,897
Woodland Hills, California, 91364
1 Bedroom$1,555 - $1,685
2 Bedrooms$1,720 - $1,975
Woodland Hills, California, 91303
1 Bedroom$1,503 - $1,950
2 Bedrooms$1,861 - $2,462
3 Bedrooms$2,861 - $3,200
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Woodland Hills is an incredibly fascinating city with a wide array of apartment living options - the fall is particularly enticing but regardless of when you are looking to move, Woodland Hills' apartments are available in every price range all year round. Soon you will have no trouble at all getting around like a local in Woodland Hills, your new city!
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Woodland Hills, California
Woodland Hills is located in the southwestern portion of the San Fernando Valley and is considered a suburb of Los Angeles. It's population of 67,000 enjoys a city with great views, a high quality lifestyle and is a major transit hub. As with most Southern California cities, it is car oriented and if you opt for one of the large high rise buildings for your Woodland Hills apartment, do check out the parking situation.
Everywhere a Tree
Woodland Hills received its name due to a large number of trees planted by one of its original developers, and consequently, the city enjoys these old trees now. The Valley Cultural Center is a great resource for cultural events and classes, and you'll find a number of good art galleries sprinkled around the city too. The outdoor enthusiast will find any number of venues for biking, running, and hiking, and the weekly outdoors farmer's market is not only a great place to find local produce, but it is quite the social event as well. Once in your Woodland Hills apartment, you'll certainly want to check it out whether you cook or not!
Brandywine is one of the first restaurants you'll want to try in Woodland Hills. It's French and its fantastic but don't eat all day before you go there! Giovanni's is excellent for Italian food and has a nice atmosphere. For faster meals, Dan's Super Subs is ranked one of the best restaurants in the country even if the sandwiches are to go.The Rib Ranch, El Tapatio and Akari Sushi are also highly ranked by locals. Of course, you'll find your own favorites once you get settled into your Woodland Hills apartment, but these are all excellent starters.
At night, head out to places like the Pickwick Pub or the White Harte to get both the feel for local music and the clientele. If you like it loud and you also like pool, The Rack is always lively. For calmer evenings, try the Taboo Lounge. There's a cover charge, but it is fun and low key. Your Woodland Hills apartment won't be far from any number of neighborhood bars, and finding your favorite will be half the fun.
Average Apartment Rent in Woodland Hills, California
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Woodland Hills Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Woodland Hills have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In September the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Woodland Hills apartment cost $1,477. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Woodland Hills apartment was $2,001 in September. The average apartment rent for a 3 bedroom apartment in September was $2,907. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Woodland Hills rentals listed below.
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Is Woodland Hills a town where I'll need a car to get around?
Unless you live close enough to work to ride a bicycle or walk, then you will definitely need a car in Woodland. Since it is a small town, there isn't much in the way of public transportation, and everyone who works in Sacramento, drives via Interstate 5.
What neighborhoods in Woodland Hills are good for eating out?
Many neighborhoods in Woodland Hills are good for eating out. Your best bet would be almost anywhere along Ventura Blvd, especially between Topanga Canyon Blvd and Serrania Ave. To the south, the intersection of Topanga Canyon Blvd and Dumetz Rd is also full of restaurants. To the north, try places around the Westfield Promenade.
Is Woodland Hills a good place for families?
Based on safety, quality of education, and sense of community, Woodland Hills is a great place for families. It's very safe, even at night, and very walkable. The public schools run the gamut, but there are private schools in the area. Most houses in Woodland Hills are single-family homes, which engenders a sense of community and guarantees the presence of lots of other school-aged children. Since some neighborhoods of Woodland Hills are in the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains, it's a great place for families for whom proximity to nature and hiking is important.
How much are utilities in Woodland Hills?
Although the weather in Woodland Hills is fairly moderate throughout the year, utilities will still vary by season. Since summer temperatures can be warm, the use of the air conditioning will drive up the electric bill. It doesn't get very cold in the winter in Roseville, but it's likely that you will still need to use the heat at times. This means that a family of three will probably pay an average of $250 a month for gas and electric combined.
Why should I move to Woodland Hills?
With a population of, Woodland Hills is a district in the city of Los Angeles, California. Parts of Woodlands Hills are in the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains, making it a great place for those that enjoy both looking at and hiking in such terrain. However, with a cost of living that is 96 percent higher than the US average, Woodland Hills is best for people who can afford it. Ranking among the 15 percent highest income neighborhoods in America, Woodland Hills tends to attract very wealthy types.