Last updated April 19 2024 at 1:53 AM

Near Encino, Los Angeles, CA
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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is the current price range for one-bedroom apartments in Encino?

Rental pricing for one-bedroom apartments in Encino ranges from $1,350 to $2,950 with an average rent of $2,464.

What is the current price range for two-bedroom apartments in Encino?

Rental pricing for two-bedroom apartments in Encino ranges from $2,050 to $5,450 with an average rent of $3,048.

How many apartments are currently available for rent in Encino?

There are 189 apartments currently available for rent in Encino.
Encino
Neighborhood Guide
Neighborhood overview

Located in the center of the San Fernando Valley, Encino’s prime location has made it a popular neighborhood for renters. With great freeway access, you’re never far from nearby employers or even a day trip to Santa Monica on weekends. There’s plenty of shopping, dining, and recreation, so you’ll never be bored in your Encino apartment.

Transportation

  • US-101
  • I-405
  • Ventura Blvd
  • Orange Line (Balboa Station)

Demographic

  • Encino financial and healthcare employees
  • Young professionals

Contains:

  • Balboa Golf Course
  • Sepulveda Basin Recreation Area
  • Los Encinos State Historic Park
  • Crespi Carmelite High School
  • Lanai Road Elementary School
  • Hesby Oaks Elementary School

Close to:

  • Warner Center
  • Van Nuys
  • Sherman Oaks
  • Westridge-Canyonback Wilderness Park

Encino in three words: residential, active, convenience

Getting around Encino

With a great location on the north slope of the Santa Monica Mountains, Encino is one of the most popular neighborhoods in the San Fernando Valley. The central valley neighborhood is close to Sherman Oaks, Burbank, and West Los Angeles, with easy-on access to both the 405 and the 101. Encino is less densely populated than the nearby westside neighborhoods of LA, so it’s a great place to rent if you’re looking for more room. Aside from the 405 on Encino’s eastern edge, there are very few north/south corridors in the area which means you won’t get stuck sitting in commuter traffic while running errands or driving to dinner. Renting an Encino apartment is a great way to enjoy the area’s unique blend of suburban convenience and the entertainment and access afforded by urban LA living.

Renting in Encino, Los Angeles

You’ll find something for everyone in Encino, from reasonably priced 1-bedroom apartments to extravagant mansions in the hills. Although you might find a few hillside houses for rent in southern Encino, most apartments are located between Ventura Blvd and the 101 freeway. Renting along Ventura Blvd means that you’re only minutes away from all of the shops, restaurants, and financial district employers. Until recently, rentals here were mostly larger single-family homes, but increased demand for Encino apartments has led to the construction of new luxury apartment complexes. Families will enjoy the 3- and 4-bedroom homes in the area with comfortable amenities like fireplaces and private garages. Young professionals may prefer to check out upscale apartments and condos with modern kitchens, rooftop lounges, and pristine pools. For better deals, or if you prefer to rent a more private Encino apartment, be sure to explore the area on foot. Aside from the larger complexes, many units in this popular neighborhood aren’t advertised online. Even though Encino is in the San Fernando Valley, treat this like an LA apartment search: have your paperwork and deposit ready to go as soon as you find an apartment you like.

Things to do in Encino

From familiar chain restaurants to a diverse mix of locally-owned restaurants, you don’t have to travel out of Encino for dinner. It’s a great place for shopping, too; for groceries alone you can choose from Ralphs, Gelson’s, and Trader Joe’s, plus a Whole Foods in either Sherman Oaks or Tarzana. There aren’t any major malls or big shopping centers in Encino, but Westfield Sherman Oaks and the massive Westfield Topanga are both just a short drive away. Renting in this area makes it easy to be active, not just in one of the neighborhood’s modern gyms or yoga studios, but also out exploring the surrounding parks. For a side of history with your recreational experience, check out Los Encinos State Historical Park; children will enjoy feeding the ducks and learning about the early history of the region. The Sepulveda Basin Recreation Center is just north of the 101, but you’ll forget you’re in the city when you’re enjoying the wildlife preserve, bird sanctuary, and Japanese gardens. It’s a great place to walk, run, ride your bike, or even bring your dog along for some exercise at the off-leash dog park. Weekend warriors can head to the Balboa Sports Center or Sepulveda Basin Sports Complex for league baseball, softball, soccer, or tennis.

If you’re looking for a central San Fernando Valley neighborhood with a wide range of apartment prices and styles, join other happy Encino renters who love the local dining, easy commutes to nearby employers, abundant active life, and easy access to the rest of LA. This once undiscovered gem is now a popular place to rent, so do your research, hit the streets, and be sure to celebrate snagging a great Encino apartment!