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Welcome to Granada Hills, Los Angeles.
Granada Hills is a sparsely populated and affluent suburb in the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles. The community is mostly residential and lies in the foothills of the Santa Susana Mountains, just east of the Porter Ranch district. It is easy to get to and from inner Los Angeles through the Ronald Reagan Freeway, Route 118. Granada Hills features plenty of mid-century architecture, which was fashionable in the 1990s. One of the most noteworthy examples of this style is the Balboa Highlands, a small area built by the iconic developer Joseph Eichler. Thanks to the distinct architecture, many of the homes here have been featured in movies, commercials and magazine pictorials, as well as non-fiction books that concern the subject of mid-century architecture. One of the most renowned streets in Granada Hills is Oak Avenue, which was declared a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 1966, for the more than one hundred Deodar Cedar trees that line the street. These trees are native to the Himalayas, and renowned for their size, beauty and timber. You may have seen them in the backdrop of the famous flying bicycle scene in the 1982 film E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. Granada is home to plenty of parks, including the massive O'Melveny Park; the second largest park in Los Angeles. The lush area features dozens of citrus trees, a small stream, as well as grass and picnic areas. If you head up to the top of Mission Point through one of the many hiking trails, you can get a great view of the Pacific Ocean on a clear day. It is safe to say, Granada Hills is a California dream come true.
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