You love horses and you live in Los Angeles and you don’t want to ride your horse anymore. Maybe it’s time to keep it in place, that’s right, your new horse ownership. You know it’s a good time to buy, so why not buy a horse property? The question is, where can you find horse properties in the city? You have to work right? Fortunately, there are some great places where horse ownership is booming in Los Angeles.
Take a tour of these neighborhoods; Learn about those with no sidewalks and dirt roads lining the streets, and where you can see people riding horses at midday along side traffic. There is no better way to enjoy the country while drinking milk from Starbucks.
Where to find a horse property in Los Angeles?
Arguably by far the largest area in Los Angeles is the city of Burbank. Burbank is close to everything, downtown, Glendale and all the major studios property in Los Angeles.
Go to one of the local grocery stores and check if they have a bulletin board, if they do make sure they have listings of properties for sale and for rent.
Another option is Lakeview Terrace, Shadow Hills, Kagel Canyon and Tujunga, about 15 minutes from Burbank. These are the most significant after Burbank in terms of size and number of houses. There is also a great polo venue in Sylmar called the California Polo Club.
If you want to stay in the West you have Malibu, Topanga and Chatsworth, the first two areas a little more expensive but also options for horses. Simi Valley, Valencia, and Canyon Country are located just outside of Los Angeles on Interstate 5 and have a lot more land to offer (but a much longer drive into the city). You can contact local real estate companies that specialize in horse properties or do an online search for horse/equine properties for the city you are interested in. Most real estate agents working in this niche are horse lovers.