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Welcome to Rancho Adjacent, Burbank.
The Burbank Rancho Adjacent neighborhood has a long history, going back to the time when it was part of the Verdugo and Providencia rancho land grants. The land spans east from between Verdugo and Alameda at Hollywood way to the upper Burbank area, and above the Interstate 5 Freeway in Glenoaks to the northeast. Rancho Adjacent is a highly desirable neighborhood for its beautiful landscape, horse friendliness and proximity to the 134 Ventura Freeway and Interstate 5 Freeway. The Rancho Adjacent neighborhood is home to the Burbank City Hall, a National Historic place that was designed by William Allen and W. George Lutzi; featuring impressive architecture, lush gardens and a beautiful tiled fountain. You'll also find the police headquarters, the weekly Burbank Farmer's Market, and a new city services building, in Rancho Adjacent. Schools in the area include Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School, Thomas McKinley Elementary School, John Burroughs High School and Jordan Middle School. The Burbank Rancho Adjacent neighborhood is filled with a mix of residential single-family hopes, apartments, commercial and industrial properties. Along the Southern border by the 134 Ventura Freeway you'll find some of the most coveted and affluent residences in Burbank, and homes in this area can sell for up to $2 million more than twice the price of the average Burbank residence. This Southern part of the Rancho Adjacent is partly horse country, featuring private stables with horse and bridle pass to the nearby Griffith Park. There are often charity, sporting and celebrity events in this affluent part of the neighborhood, and the Riverside Rancho community has its own center for activities at the Los Angeles Zoo and Griffith Park Observatory.
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