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Toluca Lake

Situated on just 1.22 square miles, Toluca Lake is one of the most sought after enclaves in the San Fernando Valley. Formerly known as “Forman Toluca Ranch”, and then later “Toluca Lake Park”, this beautiful land was once a peach and apple orchard before it found its ultimate destiny as a tranquil haven for the Los Angeles elite. Originally a natural spring-fed lake, Toluca Lake’s 6-acre namesake is a private retreat for the surrounding homeowners. Not open to the public, this protected piece of paradise is what started it all. The few dozen homes that look out over the water are rarely available for sale, and are often sold before processing to the many Los Angeles residents anxious to become a local “Tolucan”. Lakeside Golf Club, an esteemed members-only club in the heart of Toluca Lake, offers gorgeous fairways once frequented by the likes of Gene Autry and John Wayne.

Nestled between the charming Tujunga Village shops and major motion picture studios including the Warner Bros Lot, Walt Disney Studios, Universal Studios, The Burbank Studios, and NBC. Just minutes from everything that makes this city great, with easy access to major freeways and canyons – making Toluca Lake the perfect home for commuters and Industry professionals.

With a star-studded Hollywood history and classic Southern California architecture – it’s no wonder why so many famous names have called this unique city home. Hollywood big-shots like Bob Hope, Bette Davis, Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, Viola Davis, Steve Carell, and Melissa McCarthy have all called this tiny town their own. Amelia Earhart planned her round-the-world flight in the front yard of her Spanish Colonial retreat on Valley Spring Lane; and in 1952, President Ronald Reagan added to the international fame of the neighborhood by marrying Nancy Reagan at William Holden’s Toluca Lake home on Sancola Avenue.

Whether you’re right on the lake, or on one of Toluca Lake’s gorgeous tree-lined streets, living here is truly like owning a slice of Los Angeles history!

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