Colfax Meadows

Bryan Abrams Neighborhoods: Colfax Meadows

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Colfax-MeadowsHome to nearly a thousand houses near Studio City, California, Colfax Meadows brings those interested in the area some of the finest homes in the most well established Southern California neighborhoods today. Bordered by Ventura Boulevard to the south, Moorpark to the north, Colfax Avenue to the west, and Tujunga Avenue to the east, this top-drawer slice of Los Angeles County offers the very best of everything to its residents.

Homes of all sizes for sale in Colfax Meadows in Los Angeles County

Offering up some of the most attractive large homes on behemoth, sprawling lots, Colfax Meadows is home to some of the most highly sought-after real estate in the Greater Los Angeles Area of today. Likewise, if you like a more intimate setting, Colfax Meadows offers real estate options in cozier styles on smaller lots for you to choose from. Known for its multi-family and multi-generational family homes, Colfax Meadows offers home styles that work for the cultural mores of all family styles and sizes, which are so prevalent in the Los Angeles area today.

A little Colfax Meadows, Los Angeles history from 1860 to 1960 and beyond

Colfax-Meadows-SLYou will have the pick of the litter if you have been on the hunt for a home for sale in Colfax Meadows, as there is a great variety to choose from, including 1930s bungalows, new build homes in a variety of styles and sizes, and of course, some of the area’s most beloved midcentury modern homes made so popular during the 1960s and 70s. Some of the smaller, older homes were actually built closer to the beginning of the 1900s, when the area was first dubbed “Colfax Meadows” after its namesake, Schuyler Colfax, who in the 1860s and 1870s was Vice President of the United States under President Ulysses S. Grant.

A sidewalk of one’s own

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One thing that residents new to the Colfax Meadows area notice is that there are very few sidewalks in the area. That’s because many older homes built between the late 19th century and the early 20th century did not include plans for sidewalks, as motor cars had yet to really take the area over just yet. That said, you will notice that homes built a little later—like between 1930 to current day—do offer up plenty of sidewalk space to be used for running, biking, and plenty of walking to nearby neighborhood haunts, shops, bars, and restaurants.

SoCal Eats and Treats close to Colfax Meadows homes for sale in Los Angeles County

Best known for its relatively close proximity to the hot, up-and-coming Tujunga Village, Colfax Meadows brings a lot of new culture to the area. What’s more, local residents can walk or bike to their favorite local restaurants and pubs, including Sweet Rose Creamery and the Aroma Café, which have grown leaps and bounds in popularity with the many new-build homes now dotting the Colfax Meadows neighborhood of today.

Tujunga Commercial District and Carpenter Community Charter Schools

But the nearby Tujunga Commercial District located between Tujunga Village Neighborhoods and Colfax Meadows is not the only thing worth chatting about with Bryan Abrams or another real estate agent in Colfax Meadows neighborhoods today—the area is also home to some of the area’s finest elementary and secondary schools in all of Southern California. This comes as welcome news to parents who are new to the area, but who know they want the very best in education for their children. When you select the Carpenter Community Charter School option, you can select Colfax Elementary or Rio Vista Elementary—both known for their exemplary faculty and curriculum.