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Woodland Hills is situated in the San Fernando Valley in between Calabasas, Tarzana, and Canoga Park. Parts of West Hills and Winnetka do run up against the district, as does the area known as Topanga.
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It is situated in an area where homes are, on average, slightly more expensive than the average Valley homes. The area is known for its access to the beach, as well as to the neighboring Conejo Valley, which opens opportunities for leisure and shopping for all Woodland Hills residents.
The history of the area dates back significantly due to the nature of the Valley as a whole. Native American artifacts are still dug up, to this day, on many properties in the region.
The community was named Woodland Hills in the year 1941, and was best known for a ranch owned by Harry Warner. Of course that area known as Warner Ranch came to be know as Warner Center over the years. Warner Center provides Woodland Hills with one of the few pedestrian friendly areas of the Valley. Many residents of Warner Center are able to walk to work due to the concentration of high rise buildings in the area.
Woodland Hills also is home to one of the major hubs for the Orange Line. This also allows many residents who work either deeper in the Valley or even in downtown Los Angeles a chance to commute to work for very little money, and with very little stress. The Orange line opened its hub in 2005 in Woodland Hills, and for many residents it has offered a unique solution to the issue that is the difficult commute into the heart of our great city.