Great area shopping, dining, recreation, and entertainment. Acclaimed schools. Area work centers. A transit-friendly location. And spacious single-family homes priced from the mid $600s. Just a few of the reasons why Southern California new-home buyers are looking to buy a new home in the San Fernando Valley at Monroe. Monroe is now selling; you can also register here to make sure you are kept up to date on community news and don’t miss out on the opportunity to own one of these beautiful residences.
Shopping, restaurants, and fun
You’ll never lack for something fun and exciting to do in the Valley when you live at Monroe. Northridge Fashion Center, Westfield Sherman Oaks, and Westfield Topanga & the Village are all easily accessible for dining, shopping, and a fun day out. Want to see a movie? Regency Theaters Van Nuys Plant 16 is just minutes away.
Van Nuys is the ideal location from which to reach the San Fernando Valley’s major employers, starting with the movie studios. “As the Valley’s population grew in the 20th Century so did the region’s business opportunities. One of the earliest industries to arrive in the Valley was film making and today this ‘Valley of the Stars’ is the center of motion picture and television production in America,” said Los Angeles County Economic Development Center (EDC). “This multi-billion-dollar economic engine supports countless allied companies and creative professionals who showcase their art from here. However, entertainment is far from the only star that lights up the San Fernando Valley’s economy. Aerospace is also a key industry here. Aviation and defense interests employ thousands of skilled research and development engineers and designers.”
Healthcare is another top industry in the Valley, with Kaiser Permanente Panorama City Hospital and Valley Presbyterian Hospital nearby. Professional service firms are also “major employers from Calabasas and Warner Center in the west portion of the San Fernando Valley to Burbank and Glendale in the east.”
Van Nuys offers schoolchildren great educational facilities, and those who have reached the college level have numerous attractive options as well. Los Angeles Valley College and California State University Northridge are both easily accessible from Van Nuys for those looking to buy a new home in the San Fernando Valley.
Monroe is transit-friendly in a way many Southern California new-home communities are not, which makes getting around a breeze. Buy a new home in the San Fernando Valley at this Van Nuys single-family new home community and you’ll be just minutes from the Van Nuys Amtrak Metrolink Station and also convenient to the 101, 405, 5, 170, and 118—for when you do want to get in the car. The approved Van Nuys light rail will make it even better!
“Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Metro officials are calling the approved light rail line for Van Nuys Boulevard a transit milestone, one that will bring a light rail line back to the eastern San Fernando Valley for the first time since 1952, and one that Garcetti said is desperately needed,” said ABC7. The project, which was approved by the Metropolitan Board of Directors, “will span more than nine miles and include 14 new stations connecting the Metro Orange Line station in Van Nuys to the Metrolink station in Sylmar/San Fernando, one-way in approximately 30 minutes.
The Van Nuys Recreation Center is close to the community, with tons of sports programs including baseball, basketball, hockey, soccer, and tennis, as well as preschool and after-school programs. The Sepulveda Basin features recreation areas including Woodley Park, with the Leo Magnus Cricket Complex, a dog park, and picnic areas; a wildlife reserve; a Japanese garden; and the popular Lake Balboa Park.
“Lake Balboa Park reigns as a testament to nature’s beauty,” said Culture Trip. “At the heart of the valley lies this gem, a sprawling park with plenty of areas for picnics, walking through endless fields, or just resting on the grass in the shade. A lakeside walkway accompanied by wooden benches and twirling vines make this park the ultimate spot for relaxing during a hot and hectic day. If you’re looking for some fun, enjoy boat rides out on the lake and animal watching, as the park has a variety of wildlife, from ducks and geese to chipmunks and rabbits.”
The new homes
You could buy an expensive fixer-upper, or you could buy a new home in the San Fernando Valley and discover the hottest new community of single-family homes around. The newest offering from renowned builder etco HOMES, these new San Fernando Valley homes present spacious, open floorplans featuring contemporary style and in-demand features.
These stunning, detached residences offer Southern Californians an opportunity to buy a new home in the Valley in an exciting, limited opportunity with just 24 new single-family residences. The light and bright new home plans range from 1,961 to 2,025 square feet with three bedrooms and four baths; gourmet kitchens with quartz countertops, large eating bars, Whirlpool® stainless steel appliances, and Frameless, flat-panel European-style cabinetry with brushed nickel hardware; spacious gathering areas; numerous smart home features including Ring® Video Doorbell, Kwikset “Kevo” Keyless Entry, and NEST® Thermostat; and two-car attached garages.
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