Merged under a hyphenated name back in 1928, Sunland-Tujunga is a peaceful and picturesque neighborhood in Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley thanks to its 1,500-foot elevation. The city is home to the historic American Craftsman Bolton Hall, operated by the Little Landers Historical Society, and McGroarty Arts Center, built in 1923, which hosts cultural events, classes, and workshops, as well as Angeles National Golf Club, the only Nicklaus Design course in LA County. The 1,100-acre La Tuna Canyon Park offers a 2.2-mile trail that leads to jaw-dropping views of the San Gabriel Mountains, the San Fernando Valley, and Downtown LA. Locals hit up Mi Casita for traditional Mexican dishes and Caruso’s Italian Kitchen for massive pizzas and pasta dishes. Homes here are primarily Ranch style, but you’ll also find Traditional and Mediterranean homes, equestrian properties, and large lots primed for new construction.