0.03 Acres for Sale in Tujunga, CA
Street view with property on the right
view from the land
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Nearby neighboring home
Beautiful scenery in Tujunga
- Property ID LC-1712-208007
- Size 0.03 acres
- Total Purchase Price $9,950.00
- State California
- Location Sister Elsie Drive,Tujunga,Los Angeles,CA91042
- Deed Type Grant Deed
- Parcel Number 2569-005-051
- Zoning Residential
- Road Access Paved Road Access
- Utilities Power, Gas, and Water On Street
- Taxes $12.91
This is a 1,469 square foot property in the city of Los Angeles. It is in the dense, very nice Sunland-Tujunga area. The property is zoned Residential and has beautiful views of the San-Gabriel Mountains.
For more information please call the seller at 949-424-9068.
The community of Sunland and Tujunga is a real sleeper community. Very small town feel but close to just about everything since the 210 freeway runs parallel to the main blvd(foothill). The community is nestled along the mountains thus developers cant build huge apts. With the mountains to the North, its impossible to over populate the direct area.
Traffic is much less intense than most cities within Los Angeles. Crime is very low and the town can be sleepy at night. If you want nightlife, Hollywood is about 20 minutes away.
The community has really been on the upswing. Streets are being paved and home prices are up. You get a lot for your money compared to the crowded nearby cities of Glendale and Burbank. The best thing about this town is that most places are within 15-20 min of the community, then you can come home and relax to a slower pace.
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