Encino ~ Gracious Living

by Carol Wolfe

Encino is a beautiful place to live. Even its name represents its picturesque beauty.  Encino was named after the Rancho Los Encinos, literally translated as the Ranch of the Evergreens.  This was the name for the area which was given to the Gabielino Indians by the Spanish government after they left the California Missions in the early 1800s.  Established in 1845, Rancho Encino was a hub of activity.  Its rich water sources and springs made it a desirable place to live.  In the late 1800’s the Encino Roadhouse was built and Encino became an important mail stop between Los Angeles and San Francisco.

In the early nineteen hundreds the community of Encino began to grow and diversify.  Today Encino continues to be hub of activity; it remains rich with green foliage and excellent water sources.  The main aquifer for Los Angeles runs deep below the surface of Encino.  Thoroughly modern our fair city has stayed true to its name and remained ever green.  If you are interested in relocating to the Los Angeles area, let me show you what Encino has to offer.  I’m Carol Wolfe and nobody does it better.


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