Sherman Oaks is a neighborhood within the San Fernando Valley and was founded in 1927. Sherman Oaks includes a portion of the Santa Monica Mountains which gives it a lower population density than other areas of Los Angeles. A partner of the Los Angeles Suburban Homes Company, Gen. Moses Hazeltine Sherman, developed Sherman Oaks. He developed it as a quiet neighborhood near the surrounding Valley hotspots. Sherman Oaks has a rich history and the neighborhood still features some of its signature old-Hollywood architecture from the 1930s and includes iconic roads like Mulholland Drive and Ventura Boulevard. The residential areas of Sherman Oaks possess the timeless old LA feel. Its eye-catching villas mixed with the 1930’s “birdhouse” ranch-style homes, create diversity and energy throughout. Today, Sherman Oaks is home to many in the entertainment business. The highly coveted, “Notre Dame High School”, a private catholic high school, is located in the heart of Sherman Oaks and has notable alumni in professional sports and the entertainment industry. Studio City is also home to some amazing restaurants including the iconic Casa Vega, Bamboo and more. Most recently the city was heavily featured in Quentin Tarantino’s 2019 movie, “Once Upon A Time in Hollywood.