Burbank Homes & Real Estate

Welcome to your top Burbank home for sale & LA County real estate resource. Burbank is a city in Los Angeles County's San Fernando Valley with over 100,000 residents who enjoy proximity to major film and TV studios, plus world-class attractions in LA. For information about homes for sale in Burbank or to schedule a private home showing, contact your expert Southern California real estate agents today. Read more about Burbank real estate.

Homes For Sale in Burbank CA

Burbank Real Estate Listings October 21, 2021
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$673.63
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$949,999
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Real Estate Market

Burbank's dynamic real estate market consists of single-family homes, condos, luxury homes, and new construction properties. Many enjoy on-site amenities, such as swimming pools, covered garages, and outdoor space, plus views of the Burbank skyline and the San Gabriel Mountains.

Home prices in Burbank range from $500,000 to $4 million for standalone homes that are typically one or two stories tall. Homes at the lower end of the price range can be found in the Northwestern District near Hollywood-Burbank Airport, where homes on the flight path may be priced below $900,000.

Luxury homes tend to sit on the foothills of the Verdugo Mountains in neighborhoods like Starlight Hills and Burbank North Estates. They typically range in price from $1.5 million to $4 million, with some floor plans measuring over 5,000 square feet sitting on over an acre of land.

By contrast, Burbank's condo and townhome market is a more affordable option. In walkable neighborhoods like Magnolia Park and Downtown Burbank, studio apartments start at around $300,000 and three-bedroom condos go for approximately $900,000.

Home styles in Burbank showcase a bit of everything, from Craftsman, Tudor Revival, and mid-century modern homes to ranch, Spanish Revival, and postmodern properties that feature industrial touches like exposed pipes.

Well-rated home builders in the area include Four Seasons Builders, Levelworks, and Curtis Construction Services.

Burbank Community Amenities

Burbank's media district is a mecca for entertainment buffs, with world-famous film and TV studios located here, including the Walt Disney Company, Warner Bros. Studios, and ABC Television. Large companies like these help ensure Burbank has a thriving economy.

Some of the best neighborhoods in Burbank are among the most walkable in LA, including Downtown Burbank and Magnolia Park. The latter has a bustling shopping district that spans nearly two miles between North Hollywood Way and Victory Boulevard. Some of the best hot spots in town are located on this energetic strip, such as Playclothes Vintage, Atomic Records, and Porto's Bakery.

Another local gem is the Chandler Bikeway. Converted from old railroad tracks and spanning 5.6 miles, the bikeway is well-known for its winding trails, scenic vistas, and lush landscapes. Other spots that offer scenic nature trails include Brace Canyon Park and Stough Canyon Nature Center in the Verdugo Hills.

East of the I-5 freeway, Downtown Burbank pulses with an active nightlife, especially on San Fernando Boulevard, where trendy restaurants serve world cuisine. Live music venues are also popular here, with The Blue Room, Crystal View Lounge, and Over Under Public House hosting regular performances by up-and-coming bands.

In the foothills of the Verdugo Mountains, Starlight Bowl is a hallmark of Burbank's commitment to the performing arts. This 5000-seat amphitheater hosts various events, from concerts and musicals to film screenings and symphony performances. It also puts on a laser light show on the Fourth of July.

Minutes away from the Starlight Bowl, Castaway Restaurant and Events offers a fine dining experience with breathtaking views of the San Fernando Valley, and nearby DeBell Golf Club, which is home to the popular Hilltop Restaurant, features a challenging 18-hole course.

Residents of Burbank have access to a sprawling network of freeways, such as I-5, I-134, I-210, I-170, and the Ventura Freeway, known casually as the 101. These roads connect the neighboring cities of Glendale, Pasadena, La Cañada Flintridge, West Hollywood, and Beverly Hills.

Burbank Local Highlights

  • Access to Metrolink's green and orange lines connecting Oxnard, CA
  • Colony Theatre Company puts on plays, musicals, and cabaret shows
  • Jungle gym, swimming pool, and summer concert series at Verdugo Park
  • Burbank Town Center has well-known retailers and two movie theaters
  • Magnolia Park shopping district has vintage shops and trendy eateries

Burbank School Information

The Burbank Unified School District enrolls approximately 15,000 students each year across 15 elementary schools, six middle schools, and six high schools.

The district's Arts For All program enriches students by providing special music, dance, theater, and the visual arts opportunities. It also encourages students in grades six through 12 to explore their artistic talents with guest instructors from Disney Studios and Walt Disney Imagineering.

Primary schools that are part of the public system include Bret Harte Elementary, Walt Disney Elementary, and Robert Louis Stevenson Elementary School, which is located in the residential neighborhood of McNeil. Others include Dolores Huerta Middle School and Luther Burbank Middle School west of the I-5 freeway. East of the freeway, John Muir Middle School serves the Hillside District community.

Public secondary schools in Burbank include John Burroughs High School, Monterey High School, and Burbank High School, all of which offer competitive college preparatory programs.

With exciting film studios, buzz-worthy venues, and beautiful nature trails, future transplants to the San Fernando Valley will find moving to Burbank a lucrative opportunity. What's more, its proximity to gold-sand beaches along the Pacific Coast, including Santa Monica and Venice, makes this lively city in Southern California a wonderful place to buy a home.

Burbank, CA Real Estate Agents

Preparing to buy or sell a home in Burbank? Allow our Burbank real estate experts to help you through the process of buying your new Burbank property or selling your current residence. As local real estate agents, we have up-to-date information on the distinct dynamics of Burbank, California real estate.

To learn more about representation for buyers and sellers, contact The Brad Korb Real Estate Group. Ready to sell your home in Burbank? Obtain a property value estimate in just moments using our market analysis page!

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