253 Homes For Sale in San Fernando, CA

  • 1038 SqFt House In San Fernando
    1425 Griffith Street
    $620,000New
    4 Beds • 1 Bath • 1,038 Sq. Ft.
    San Fernando, CA, 91340
    Horacio Galaviz
    Real Estate Agent
  • 1130 SqFt House In Mission Hills
    15071 Los Olivos Street
    $689,000New
    2 Beds • 2 Baths • 1,130 Sq. Ft.
    Mission Hills (San Fernando), CA, 91345
    Stephanie Vitacco
    Keller Williams Encino-Sherman Oaks
  • Remodeled Residential House
    16473 Mckeever Street
    $755,000New
    4 Beds • 2 Baths • 1,366 Sq. Ft.
    Granada Hills, CA, 91344
    Arutyun Aloyan
    Real Estate Agent
  • 1391 SqFt House In San Fernando
    1420 8th Street
    $525,000New
    2 Beds • 2 Baths • 1,391 Sq. Ft.
    San Fernando, CA, 91340
    SAWYER SHWETZ
    MESA PROPERTIES INC.
  • 861 SqFt Condo In Mission Hills
    11074 Sharp Avenue #c
    $429,500New
    2 Beds • 2 Baths • 861 Sq. Ft.
    Mission Hills (San Fernando), CA, 91345
    Glenn Jepson
    M-1 Realty
  • Private House With Fireplace
    12425 Kenny Drive
    $1,399,000New
    4 Beds • 3 Baths • 3,021 Sq. Ft.
    Granada Hills, CA, 91344
    Diana Hagopian
    Pinnacle Estate Properties, Inc.
  • 2433 SqFt House In Granada Hills
    17635 Tulsa Street
    $950,000New
    3 Beds • 3 Baths • 2,433 Sq. Ft.
    Granada Hills, CA, 91344
    Jane Kennedy
    Real Estate Agent
  • 1437 SqFt House In Mission Hills
    10626 Saloma Avenue
    $700,000New
    3 Beds • 2 Baths • 1,437 Sq. Ft.
    Mission Hills (San Fernando), CA, 91345
    Frank Bray
    Ivy Investments
  • Upscale 4-Bedroom House In Granada Hills
    17601 Hiawatha Street
    $995,000New
    4 Beds • 3 Baths • 2,497 Sq. Ft.
    Granada Hills, CA, 91344
    Tara Rose
    Frontgate Real Estate
  • 1171 SqFt House In Mission Hills
    14813 Hagar
    $639,900New
    3 Beds • 2 Baths • 1,171 Sq. Ft.
    Mission Hills (San Fernando), CA, 91345
    Svata Klvana
    Realty Executives Homes
  • 898 SqFt House In San Fernando
    1343 Hewitt Street
    $570,000New
    2 Beds • 1 Bath • 898 Sq. Ft.
    San Fernando, CA, 91340
    Kristal Barcena
    Real Estate Agent
  • 624 SqFt House In Granada Hills
    17619 Kingsbury Street
    $685,000New
    1 Bed • 1 Bath • 624 Sq. Ft.
    Granada Hills, CA, 91344
    Lucia Nikolis
    Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Realty
  • 2680 SqFt House In Granada Hills
    17172 Sesnon Boulevard
    $1,000,888New
    4 Beds • 3 Baths • 2,680 Sq. Ft.
    Granada Hills, CA, 91344
    Sam Silver
    eXp Realty of California Inc
  • 1266 SqFt House In Granada Hills
    10823 Aldea Avenue
    $780,000New
    3 Beds • 2 Baths • 1,266 Sq. Ft.
    Granada Hills, CA, 91344
    Carmelo Ferreira
    Real Estate Agent
  • 752 SqFt House In San Fernando
    1539 Celis
    $559,000New
    3 Beds • 2 Baths • 752 Sq. Ft.
    San Fernando, CA, 91340
    Jim Cavanaugh
    BrokerIn Trust
  • 1466 SqFt House In Mission Hills
    10147 Columbus Avenue
    $775,000New
    3 Beds • 2 Baths • 1,466 Sq. Ft.
    Mission Hills (San Fernando), CA, 91345
    Joyce Sipes
    The Olson Agency
  • 1567 SqFt House In Granada Hills
    15927 Simonds Street
    $780,000New
    4 Beds • 2 Baths • 1,567 Sq. Ft.
    Granada Hills, CA, 91344
    George Kpachavi
    Pinnacle Estate Properties, Inc.
  • 1385 SqFt Condo In San Fernando
    1905 Glenoaks Boulevard #211
    $449,000New
    3 Beds • 3 Baths • 1,385 Sq. Ft.
    San Fernando, CA, 91340
    Sharon Militello
    Rodeo Realty
  • Remodeled 4-Bedroom House In Granada Hills
    17319 San Jose Street
    $1,175,000
    4 Beds • 5 Baths • 3,261 Sq. Ft.
    Granada Hills, CA, 91344
    Kenneth Sampson
    Coldwell Banker Quality Properties

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Located in northern Los Angeles County is the city of San Fernando. This area is a popular city for people looking for a home in the San Fernando Valley. It is filled with a variety of homes. There are smaller townhouses that are an affordable option for first time homebuyers or retired individuals. San Fernando also has some newer properties that were built during the last 15 years. However, the majority of homes are older and average in size.

The city was named after the Mission San Fernando, which resides in the area. This mission was once part of a Mexican land grant. Interestingly, the city of Los Angeles completely surrounds the valley San Fernando. Los Angeles annexed the majority of the surrounding towns, but San Fernando remained a separate city. The district of Mission Hills, Lake View Terrace, and Pacoima border it. In addition, there are three main highways for residents to use – Interstate 5, State Route 118, and Interstate 405. Most of the city residents rely on these highways for transportation. It is common for people to commute to work in Los Angeles. However, many companies have offices in the city including PureTek, Future Graphics, J&M Products, Medical Illumination International, and Newco International.

San Fernando has a relatively mild climate, with hotter temperatures during the summertime. The area is a little bit warmer than other California cities that are closer to the beach. Several different races make up the population. Approximately half of the residents are White. The rest is a mixture of Hispanics, Latinos, Asians, Native Americans, and Blacks. San Fernando is also home to a large amount of families. Interestingly, the average household size is nearly 4 people. This is higher than many other California cities, and it makes San Fernando an attractive destination. There are multiple schools in the city that provide education for the children. Most schools are part of the Los Angeles County School District. However, the city also has multiple charter schools and a few private schools. In addition, there is a library in the town that is used by young children and adults. Along with the library, San Fernando offers local parks for residents to use. Many people spend a lot of their time outside because the weather is so favorable. The unique makeup of this area, its proximity to Los Angeles, and its history make San Fernando a great place to call home.