Homes for Sale in Burbank

Burbank, CA

Search all Burbank houses for sale and real estate listings below. Burbank is a medium-sized city (a little over one hundred thousand residents) and a suburb of Los Angeles, located about 13 miles north of Downtown Los Angeles. Burbank is famous -- despite its size -- due to its large number of television, film, and animation studios such as Walt Disney Studios, Warner Bros. Studios, ABC Television, etc.

Living in Burbank puts one at the eastern edge of the San Fernando Valley, flanked by the beautiful Verdugo and Santa Monica Mountains. Register for a free account and receive email alerts whenever a new listing gets listed in the Burbank MLS.

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Burbank Real Estate

Homes for sale in Burbank are reasonably priced compared to much of L.A. County but much higher than the rest of the United States. When home shoppers relocate here from other parts of the country, especially from similarly-sized cities or rural areas, they are often shocked to find that they will need to downsize (significantly) to buy a home of equal value here compared to the house from which they are moving.


The flatland area of Burbank features many single-story California Ranch homes and Bungalows. Some homes on the valley floor date back to the 1920s. The introduction of V.A. Loans - one of the many benefits included in the G.I. Bill during WWII - fueled and accelerated home building and suburbanization during the postwar period. The pace of home construction hit its zenith in the 1950s and 60s.

In the Burbank Hills, you will find luxury and architectural homes as well as the gated communities of Halston and Highridge Estates. Burbank offers homebuyers the opportunity to choose among several styles of houses, including English Tudor Revival, Farmhouse, Craftsman, Dutch Colonial Revival, Spanish Colonial Revival, Queen Anne (Victorian), or Oriental Craftsman.

Burbank is home to historic public buildings. Burbank City Hall (1943) is a good example of Moderne (Art Deco) architecture. Large murals, teakwood panels, cast medallions, and bas-relief sculptures adorn City Hall. The building oozes 1940s style.


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Burbank, CA Statistics

  • Population: 104,000
  • Median Resident Age: 36 (Average for San Fernando Valley)
  • Zip Codes: 91501, 91502, 91504, 91505, 91506
  • Elevation: 607 feet
  • Land Area: 17.34 square miles
  • Population Density: 5,785 people per square mile (Average)