This corner of the San Fernando Valley is home to eight private and seven public schools. The area is considered moderately ethnically diverse, with the majority of residents being white or Asian. Originally home to the Chumash Indians, the land was part of the largest land grant in California after the Mexican War. After colonization and repossession came development, but the area still has open spaces to explore, and historical sites that preserve some of the cave art dating to the area's first human habitation. There's plentiful shopping in town, from familiar retailers to a thriving locally owned small business community. Local events like Summer Fest and bike rides for beginners offer plenty of chances to find and connect with your community.

The Chatsworth, California, housing market is moving briskly these days; if this is the place for your next big relocation, your first move will be staking out a place and bidding on it quickly. While there are a few foreclosures and some manufactured homes available at lower cost, homes here are generally priced to reflect all the area has to offer. If money's no obstacle homes with generous floor plans and a wide range of amenities are also available. Just look; it's bound to be here somewhere.

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