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Where Breathtaking Hikes Meet Outstanding Community

Chatsworth is the perfect blend of amazing outdoor recreation, beautiful upscale residential neighborhoods, and plenty of major businesses, commercial centers, and conveniences. From outstanding restaurants to breathtaking hikes and horseback rides through the Santa Susana Mountains, Chatsworth has it all. Located in the northwestern San Fernando Valley and boasting one of the lowest population densities in the city, Chatsworth is a community of social, outgoing, and friendly neighbors, a community of connection, but it’s also a community where you can find peace, quiet, and plenty of ways to enjoy the surrounding natural beauty.

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Why Do Residents Choose Chatsworth?


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Outdoor Exploration

If you’re looking for a community offering endless ways to get outside and explore, Chatsworth is the place to find it. It’s home to numerous neighborhood parks, as well as several major regional parks.

At Chatsworth Park South, you can enjoy over 100 acres of horseback riding, jogging, and hiking in the Simi Hills, as well as bouldering and rock climbing, picnicking, and other activities at the Chatsworth Recreation Center.

The Santa Susana Pass State Historic Park is a beautiful historic site dating back to the days of the Wild West. It’s home to miles of scenic hiking, jogging, and horseback riding trails through the rocky hills, including the Old Stagecoach Trail, which also runs through Chatsworth Park South and Chatsworth Oaks Park.

Chatsworth Trails Park is a breathtakingly scenic park in the Santa Susana Mountains offering miles of horseback riding, hiking, and mountain biking trails, including the Rim of the Valley Trail, and offering connections to the Indian Springs Open Space Park, Rock Peak Park, and the Michael D. Antonovich Regional Park (where you can enjoy over 1,600 acres of hiking and equestrian trails).

Stoney Point Park is home to legendary bouldering and rock climbing through rocky outcroppings, caves, and dens, as well as hiking and biking paths, the Stoney Point Ranch & Riding center, and the Old Mission Trail.

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Shopping, Dining & Business

You don’t have to go far to find all the shopping, dining, and other services you need, right here in Chatsworth. There are many restaurants and shops located along the main Devonshire Street in central Chatsworth, with larger retailers and grocery stores available at Devonshire and Mason. There are additional shopping and commercial hubs along Lassen Street, and another major commercial area at De Soto Ave and Nordhoff Street.

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Education

There are seven public schools of the Los Angeles Unified School District located in Chatsworth. They include Chatsworth High School, William Tell Aggeler Opportunity High School, and Stoney Point Continuation School, among others. Additionally, Chatsworth is home to eight private schools, including Sierra Canyon School, Chatsworth Hills Academy, Egremont Schools, Chaminade College Preparatory, and more.

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Employment & Economy

Chatsworth is home to several major and smaller businesses and corporations, including the National Notary Association, Premier America, Matadors Community Credit Union, Capstone Turbine, Natel Engineering, Hydraulics International, Environment Associates, and Lamps Plus. A large commercial area located south of Lassen Street around Variel Avenue and Independence Avenue includes companies such as Bak Industries, Delta Tau Data Systems, Market West Computer Group, NMB Technologies, Transaxle Engineering, Fortune Energy, Tri-Point Engineering, Delta Ti-Tech and many more.

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Getting Around

Though located in the very northwestern area of Los Angeles, Chatsworth offers easy connections to the entire city. By car, other areas are easily accessible by the Ronald Reagan Freeway or Topanga Canyon Boulevard. It’s also home to the Chatsworth Transportation Center, which offers trains on the Ventura County Line metrolink to Ventura, Burbank, and Downtown. Also here, you’ll find the Orange Line to North Hollywood (where you can connect to the Red Line), and the Amtrak California Pacific Surfliner LA, as well as bus routes to Simi Valley and Santa Clarita.


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Chatsworth at a Glance

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Quick Facts

Population: 37,102
Size: 15.24
Zip Code: 91311
Median Home Price: $617,000

travel and commute

Travel & Commute

Burbank: 20 mi
Hollywood: 25 mi
Downtown: 30 mi
Public Transit: Ventura County Line


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