Apartments for Rent in Valley Village, Los Angeles, CA - 17 Rentals available
$2,565 - $2,615
- 1-2 Beds
- 1-2 Baths
$1,890 - $2,505
- Studio-2 Beds
- 2 Baths
$2,050 - $2,435
- 1-2 Beds
- 1-2 Baths
$2,468 - $5,287
California VillagesAvailable Today! Last updated 8 Dec 2019(833) 787-0658
- 1-3 Beds
- 1-2 Baths
See current rent specials$1,995 - $2,490
Carlo Inc.Available Today! Last updated 7 Dec 2019(818) 287-0262
- 1-2 Beds
- 1-2 Baths
Renter's Guide to Valley Village, CA
Nestled in the sunny San Fernando Valley, among the northwest suburbs of Los Angeles, is the very nice neighborhood known as Valley Village. It's less than 14 miles away from LA on one side and a little further to the seashore on the other. Therefore, when it comes to scenic suburban serenity, you really couldn't ask for more!
This region, which takes up 260 sq. miles of terrain, is often simply referred to as The Valley. Yet this neighborhood only makes up 2 sq. miles of that, sitting between the bigger suburbs of Sherman Oaks and Burbank. The weather in Valley Village is on the warmer side, with highs temps hitting 80° during the summer season. However, beginning in September things cool down a bit to around 65°, but the barometer rarely goes below 50° here.
Valley Village, Los Angeles, CA Demographics
- Total Population24,639
Female 12,154Male 12,485
- Median Age36
Cost of Living in Valley Village, CA
The basic cost of living in Valley Village is approximately 15% higher than the average in other areas of Los Angeles, and 59% above the US average. However, these rough figures are mainly due to factoring in the cost of housing in Valley Village, which is around 168% higher than the national average. This of course takes rental prices into consideration as well, so be prepared to pay a little more for a little less space than you might have had to before!
Aside from housing, other basic necessities such as food, transportation and utilities may be a little bit higher than the national average, but not too much. For instance, the cost for utilities is roughly $125.00 per month for a 900 sq. ft. rental in Valley Village. Furthermore, one regular meal in a mid-priced restaurant will cost approx. $15 and a medium cup of cappuccino is around $3.50.
For public transportation in Valley Village and the region, 2 main options are the bus and subway/Metro 183 Red Line. However, there are also 3 airports and 13 Amtrak train stations located within 30 miles of the Los Angeles city center. All Metro fares will vary by distance, but they begin at $1.75, with reduced rates offered for students, senior citizens, and people with disabilities.
Average Rent in Valley Village, Los Angeles, CA
- Valley Village, Los Angeles, CA Average Rental Price, November 2019 $2,427 /mo
Valley Village, Los Angeles, CA Apartment Rent Ranges
- > $2,00074%
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Living in Valley Village, CA
This is a neighborhood where most residents rent rather than buy, and the average number of people in each household is 2, which is below the average household size. So, there usually isn't any shortage when it comes to potential rentals in Valley Village. There is also a good mix of people, though the median age is a bit on the younger side, at 36, but that is about the average age for the Los Angeles County overall.
One of the many things to like about living in Valley Village is the easy accessibility to other areas in and out of state. With the major highways and routes running through this region, including Ventura Freeway and Rte. 170, getting around can be a breeze. Plus, the LAX international airport is only 15 miles away. And the typical commute for residents is 20 minutes on average, but that can also depend on the type transportation you take.
The few downsides to living in this region revolve around transportation. In other words, a car is likely necessary. This is basically because the area is expansive and public transportation is not as convenient/up to speed as it is in other big cities like New York or San Francisco. In addition, a gallon of gas here is a little more expensive than in other areas of the US and California.
Things to Do in Valley Village, CA
Seeing as though this is the sunny San Fernando Valley of California, we certainly have a wide variety of things to do in Valley Village and the surrounding region. Whether it's outdoor activities or indoor entertainment, the options really are abundant around here! From all different sorts of dining and every type of store, to scenic parks, sports stadiums, movie studios and much more…
Some of the unique restaurants in Valley Village are Harvest Moon Kitchen & Marketplace and Tel Aviv Kosher grill. Also, Magnolia Park is right down the road in Burbank. It's a pleasant place to stroll streets are lined with vintage shops and coffee houses.
There are also a few popular theme parks near the area. Universal Studios is a short drive and Disneyland isn't too far south either. Or, for even more amusement, Six Flags Magic Mountain is about 40 miles north of here. And for concertgoers, many music venues are in the vicinity of Valley Village including the famous Hollywood Bowl. Plus, for wildlife lovers, this is a pleasant place to enjoy whale and dolphin watching all year long. Of course this means that the coast isn't very far (less than 25 minutes by car) to Santa Monica. Then, in-between here and the beach, it's hard for anyone to miss the great Topanga State Park, especially outdoor enthusiasts!
Employment & Economy in Valley Village, CA
Thanks to the centralized location and large amount of active industries in the area, there are lots of job opportunities in Valley Village and nearby. Though employment can be found within the neighborhood itself, many residents wind up working in the surrounding suburbs or cities such as Los Angeles. So luckily, most people here don't have to travel too far from home for work purposes.
Considering that this region is where the majority of movies and TV shows are made, positions are usually open in every level of that industry. Another option for employment in Valley Village is working for the village itself, as they employ over 300 people, from part-time to full-time. In addition, other main industries in the area include tourism, healthcare, transportation, manufacturing, and education.
Valley Village, Los Angeles, CA Households
- Total Number of Households10,800
Family 5,155Non-family 5,645
Children 2,226No Children 8,574
- Average People Per Household2.04
- Median Household Income$55,802
- Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,461
Education in Valley Village, CA
Though residents do have access to public schools in Valley Village, most of them are located close by in the bordering suburbs. In fact, this neighborhood is considered part of the Los Angeles Unified School District. More precisely, there are a total of 8 public schools that can conveniently be attended by people who live here. Plus, you'll find 2 private schools in Valley Village, Oakwood Secondary and Valley Torah.
And for adult education, there are a number of colleges near Valley Village. In fact, there are over 100 trade schools, community colleges and universities within 45 miles of here. A few notable places include Los Angeles Valley College and West Coast University.
Valley Village, Los Angeles, CA Education Statistics
- No High School4%
- Some High School22%
- Some College26%
- Associate Degree6%
- Bachelor Degree32%
- Graduate Degree11%
Tips for Renting in Valley Village, CA
For those who intend on moving to Valley Village, it would be wise to conduct some research on the area prior to doing so. Also, get to know your rights as a renter in California, because the laws can and will vary from state-to-state.
If possible, take a trip and see the city for yourself. When doing so, remember to also ask all of your questions upfront regarding rentals. For example, find out if anything is included in the rent such as utilities, as sometimes water and/or natural gas are already figured in the monthly rental rate.
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