Country Club Drive Burbank, CA
Country Club DriveBurbank, CA

REAL ESTATE

Real estate prices on Country Club Drive have been soaring for the last few years. Fueled by limited inventory and an overwhelming demand to escape the busy city below for a more serene environment, this community has experienced a large increase of interest. With most of Country Club Drive canyon being a government-owned green belt, supply will most likely under-weigh demand for the foreseeable future.

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Here's what realtors have to say about Country Club Drive:

The Rizzotti Family Realty:

"Burbank also has an area of nature calming canyon living... a windy street called Country Club Drive."

Dan Soderstrom (Dilbeck Realty):

"A popular and quaint residential enclave is 'Country Club Drive,' which provides owners the feeling of living in nature while only minutes from the the city."

Melanie Middien (House Hunters - TV show):

"Live next to a celebrity or be one! No neighborhood celeb can get by you on this quiet cul-de-sac street in Country Club Canyon of Burbank Hills."

George Khachatourian (New Horizons Properties):

"One of the most bucolic settings in Southern California."

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CURRENT  LISTINGS

110 Country Club Drive

Asking $1,189,999

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 3.5

Sq. Ft.: 2,453

Lot Size: 6,236

View: Mountain, Valley

Year Built: 2017

 

NOTABLE RECENT SALES

711 Country Club Drive 

Sold for $655,000 on 9/8/2017

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Sq. Ft.: 1,150

Lot Size: 6,449

View: Mountain

Year Built: 1924

 

205 Country Club Place

Sold for $1,150,000 on 6/20/2017

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 4

Sq. Ft.: 2,650

Lot Size: 8,176

View: Canyon

Year Built: 1955

 

751 Country Club Drive - "The E.M. Hugglund Home"

Sold for $1,799,000 on 5/25/2017

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 2

Sq. Ft.: 2,634

Lot Size: 67,688

View: Mountain, Hills, Peak-A-Boo

Year Built: 1928

 

1405 Country Club Drive 

Sold for $975,000 on 1/24/2017

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 2

Sq. Ft.: 2,208

Lot Size: 13,600

View: Mountain, Hills

Year Built: 1923

 

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Country Club Drive Residences:

609 Country Club Drive

611 Country Club Drive

620 Country Club Drive

630 Country Club Drive

631 Country Club Drive

661 Country Club Drive

691 Country Club Drive

701 Country Club Drive

708 Country Club Drive

711 Country Club Drive

731 Country Club Drive

736 Country Club Drive

751 Country Club Drive

752 Country Club Drive

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840 Country Club Drive

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850 Country Club Drive

881 Country Club Drive

909 Country Club Drive

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925 Country Club Drive

945 Country Club Drive

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1005 Country Club Drive

1027 Country Club Drive

1031 Country Club Drive

1035 Country Club Drive

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1325 Country Club Drive

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1405 Country Club Drive

1450 Country Club Drive

1480 Country Club Drive

Events & News   -Dashboard-

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Starlight Bowl  

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Downtown Burbank

Next Event: April 14 - 15   Downtown Burbank Arts Festival

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News Wire

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01.09.2018- At approximately 6:30 AM, after a night of heavy rain, the Upper Sunset Debris Basin in Deer Canyon overflowed, causing mud and rubble to storm down Country Club Drive. Homes, cars, and RVs were damaged, but no injuries were reported. The Upper Sunset Debris Basin (circa 1929), which was under construction for expansion at the time, has since been deemed structurally intact and functioning by L.A. County officials. The reason for the overflow was a higher than normal collection of debris and sediment, brought on by the La Tuna Canyon fire, which scorched the hillside above in September of last year. The process of clean up has begun, and the buzz of trucks, shovels, and stories by homeowners can be heard echoing throughout the canyon.

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