Fiercely Independant Mountain Community

Sunland Tujunga is the place for free spirits, artists and non-conformists. First-time buyers are attracted to the relatively affordable homes and easy access to the entertainment studios.


Sunland Tujunga is part of the Unincorporated area of Los Angeles County and is located just west of the La Crescenta border. According to Wikipedia, Mt Gleason Ave separates Sunland from Tujunga.


Independent thinkers and people who value space and privacy love living in Sunland Tujunga. There is a strong arts culture and equestrian culture.

The McGroarty Arts Center is an absolute gem. The native stone building is snuggled into the Tujunga hillside and is shaded by mature Oak and Sycamore trees. Class offerings include ceramics, drawing, music and performance art.

Bolton Hall is another local attraction.


Most of Sunland/Tujunga has a very rural feel. Tujunga has smaller lots and homes while Sunland enjoys larger lots, more space between homes and larger homes. If you continue west, down Foothill Blvd, you’ll cross under the 210 Freeway and enter Shadow Hills. This relatively affluent equestrian community enjoys large lots, horse facilities and an eclectic mix of ranch inspired architectural styles.