Chatsworth is a neighborhood located in Los Angeles, California. It has a population of 35,073 residents and rests on 15.24 square miles of land.
Chatsworth was once home to the Native Americans and Chatsworth was took over and colonized by the Spanish in the 18th century. In the 19th century, the land became part of a Mexican land grant and after the Mexican War, the United States took it over and it became the largest grant in California. Chatsworth has many large open spaces and recreational parks, public library, and a transportation center. The Santa Susana Field Laboratory and Chatsworth Reservoir is housed here.
There are quite a few listings for homes in Chatsworth and they range from traditional ranch style homes to horse properties. Chatsworth is located in the San Fernando Valley and it has grown exponentially over the many years it has been established.
The median home value is $529,300. The home value rate has risen by 9.2% in the past year and it’s predicted to rise by another 3.0% in the coming year. The median price per square foot is $270.
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