The neighborhood of Glendale is situated in the city of Los Angeles, California.
There is a broad selection of green spaces in Glendale. It is very easy to reach parks from most locations in the neighborhood since there are a few of them nearby for residents to discover. This part of Los Angeles remains relatively calm, thanks to the presence of very few people out and about on the streets.
The median year of construction for dwellings in Glendale is 1960. Over half of the housing stock of this neighborhood consists of single detached homes and large apartment buildings, while small apartment buildings are the main housing type in the rest of the housing stock. About two thirds of the population of this neighborhood rent their home whereas owners make up the remainder. This part of Los Angeles also has a selection of housing sizes; it is quite easy to find properties ranging from lofts to four or more bedrooms.
A portion of house buyers in Glendale may be able to reach the closest grocery store on foot, while others will have to use another means of transportation. A limited selection of restaurants and coffee shops is available. Concerning education, Glendale does not contain any high schools or primary schools.
The car is very often the favored way to move around in this part of Los Angeles. Many properties for sale are a reasonably short drive from the nearest highway, such as Ventura Freeway, and it is very convenient to park. In contrast, the public transit network in Glendale is rather poor. Nevertheless, there are a few bus lines traversing the neighborhood, and it is convenient to find a nearby bus stop from most homes. There are relatively few pedestrians out on the streets of Glendale, despite the fact that carrying out daily needs is easy.