Tarzana, California

Most people hear the name Tarzana and instantly think of the man swinging through the vines.  The correlation is not unfounded: the mostly residential neighborhood was once owned by Tarzan author  Edgar Rice Burroughs and named after the famous book. Nestled between Topanga State Park, Encino, Reseda, and Woodland Hills, the neighborhood is known for being a sleepy home–not in the middle of the bustle, not too far away from it either. With just shy of 9 square miles, Tarzana finds itself diverse.  From Melody Acres–a still rural horse friendly neighborhood–to the single family pool homes hidden in the Tarzana Hills with their incredible views, almost everyone can find something for them to love and explore.