Welcome to Encino
A peaceful and expansive community with beautiful homes and diverse lifestyle options.
Encino is a neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles, California, surrounded by fun and flourishing communities like Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, and West Hollywood. The area holds many of the city's most expensive homes, making it a popular spot for celebrities and wealthy individuals to settle. The area has a high density of walkable shopping centers and is accessible to highways like the Golden State Freeway, the Ventura Freeway, and the San Diego Freeway.
Encino is a neighborhood located in the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles, California. Initially, it was an enclave for the wealthy, but in later years, it became a place for the middle class to live. There are prestigious schools in the area and a number of world-class museums and cultural institutions.
What to Love
- Proximity to other vibrant and luxurious communities
- Accessible to major transportation highways
- Walkable shops and dining options
- Quiet feel with vibrant downtown areas
The area is well-known for its luxury homes and luxurious shopping districts, but it is also a great place to live, with plenty to do in art and culture, superb dining, and an active nightlife scene. Residents can find world-class museums and galleries, high-end boutiques, award-winning restaurants, and exciting entertainment within a short drive of home. The diverse community is a foundation for providing diverse lifestyle options from remote and peaceful to vibrant and bustling.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Encino has a place to shop and dine to fulfill everyone's style and taste. Scratch Bar & Kitchen
is a modern eatery that serves American dishes from scratch; even the butter and cheeses are handmade by talented chefs. Davenport’s Restaurant
is a cozy and inviting dining spot that serves American classics like burgers and fries. More Than Waffles
serves Belgian waffles with delectable toppings and other delicious meals in a comfortable dining atmosphere. Gio Cucina Napoletana
is a small restaurant that serves pizza, pasta, and other Italian favorites.
Things to Do
Encino is a peaceful city with lots of diverse areas to explore. Encino State Park
is a historic park that focuses on preserving early California history during the Rancho period. The park is home to the 200-year-old adobe house and has activities like butter making, stagecoach reenactments, and guided tours.
The Valley Food Truck Festival is an annual event where residents enjoy food, live performances, and other vendors.
The Japanese Garden
is a public garden spanning more than six acres. It is a scenic and relaxing destination residents can enjoy to slow down and soak in lush greenery and calming water sounds. San Vicente Mountain Park
is a lush open space that offers scenic views, hiking, mountain biking, equestrian trails, and picnic areas.
Los Angeles Unified School District
is the largest public school system in California and the second-largest in the U.S., serving more than 600,000 students, including those in Encino. The district has more than 1,000 schools and 200 independently operated public charter schools for kindergarten through 12th-grade students. The district is proud to have more United States Academic Decathlon winners than any other district in the U.S. and is also nationally recognized by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine due to healthy school lunch options.