11724 Culver is SOLD OUT!
Jul 2019

11724 Culver’s Guide To The Westside’s Best Parks And Bike Paths


We’re in the swing of summer, and, when you live on the Westside, that means it’s time to go to the park or hop on the bike for a day of fun in the sun. Thankfully, 11724 Culver’s location puts you within easy reach of both. Here you get to revel in your spacious, single-family detached home with three to four bedrooms and up to 2,473 square feet, and explore the area’s vast recreational hotspots just minutes from home—but only if you hurry. There are only a handful of homes remaining, with prices from just $1,295,000. Interested buyers are encouraged to call (310) 313-3339 or visit the website to schedule a tour ASAP. 

Whether you already have the pleasure of living in the area or are getting ready to make your move, you may be looking for a great guide to summer fun on the Westside, and we’re happy to provide another round of ideas. Last month we took a look at the best hikes and beaches in the area, and now you can read on for our take on the best parks and bike paths. Stay tuned in the coming weeks for a third guide, which will outline some of our favorite water sports, activities, and outdoor fitness spots.

Best Parks on the Westside

Bluff Creek Park, 12604 Bluff Creek Drive, Playa Vista
There are 29 parks in Playa Vista, giving you plenty of opportunities to have a picnic, kick the soccer ball, or simply enjoy the green space within a few minutes of 11724 Culver. Ballona Discovery Park is a serene spot that also offers a great way to learn more about the Ballona Wetlands, and The Lawn is a neighborhood park with playground equipment and a large, grassy area. We are partial to the dog parks, however, especially the off-leash Bluff Creek Dog Park, where there are separate play yards for big and small dogs, plus grassy hills, a bubbling water feature, and shaded seating. 

Below, from left to right: Playa Vista’s Bluff Creek Dog Park, soccer field, walking path and seating area. 

Veterans Memorial Park, 4117 Overland Ave., Culver City
This urban park offers facilities for soccer soccer fields, softball diamonds, and basketball and tennis courts, as well as a kids’ playground with swings and picnic tables. Right next door is the Culver City Municipal Plunge, a 40,000-square-foot facility with a heated, Olympic-size pool for recreational swimming, lessons, exercise, and lap swimming.

Above: Culver City’s Veterans Memorial Park offers 12.9-acres of playgrounds, jogging paths, sport courts and picnic areas.
Below, f
rom left to right: The Veterans Park tot lot, the Culver City Pool and the view from the Baldwin Hills Overlook, adjacent to the Kenneth Hahn Recreation Area.

Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area, 4100 South La Cienega Blvd., Baldwin Hills
This impressive park just minutes from 11724 Culver has tons of amenities, including a lotus pond, fishing lake, and sand volleyball court, plus views from the ocean to downtown L.A. to the South Bay to the San Gabriel Mountains. “One of the most actively used features is the park’s variety of footpaths and trails,” said the California Department of Parks and Recreation. “The Burke Roche Trail and the Rim Trail are the most recent trails created. More than 7 miles of existing trails include the Burke Roche trail which is 2.2 miles, the Bowl Loop at 0.8 miles, the Ridge trail at 2.6 miles, the Waterfall Trail at one mile and the Ballfield Walking Path at one half-mile.” 

Culver City Park, 9910 Jefferson Blvd., Culver City
This hilltop park has almost every conceivable amenity, including playground equipment, a skate park, fitness stairs, a dog park, and a kids’ dream: “a sand and water area with a working water pump and water wheels where they can build dams and construct sand castles that would make Frank Gehry proud,” said Red Tricycle. “Once everyone has had their fill of the outdoors, cross the street to the Star Eco Station and take a quick tour of their exotic rescued wildlife center.”

South Beach Park, on the Venice border at 3400 Barnard Way
“Avast there off the port bow! Looks like a ship has run ashore on the Santa Monica beach boardwalk directly across from the water and turned itself into a playground fit for all sorts of aquatic adventurers,” said Red Tricycle. “With climbing ropes, swings, a roller slide, and sandpit with water pump, your curious captains will have a blast pretending they are ocean explorers adrift at sea. A soft rubber padded play area covers the entire park’s floor making parents breathe out a sigh of relief while they breathe in that crisp ocean air.”

Above, from left to right: A view of Marina Del Rey’s Burton Chace Park from the harbor, sunset at Santa Monica’s Palisades Park and 11724’s location — in the center of it all (click map to enlarge).

Burton W Chase Park, 13650 Mindanao Way, Marina del Rey
The site of many of the city’s special events throughout the year, including the Summer Concert Series, Burton Chace Park is considered “the crown jewel of the Marina,” said Los Angeles Magazine. The park also offers “a multipurpose room, picnic shelters and excellent harbor views.” 

Palisades Park, Ocean Avenue, Santa Monica
This idyllic spot isn’t just for tourists and film companies. “Palm and eucalyptus-lined paths” provide a feeling of serenity, which is only enhanced by the views spanning the ocean and the Santa Monica Mountains. It’s not a kids’ play zone, but a stroll along the park from the pier to San Vicente will clear the mind, and allow you to get in some good steps.

Best Bike Paths on the Westside

Culver Boulevard Median Trail, Culver City
This bike path couldn’t be any more convenient for owners at 11724 Culver unless it went right through their living rooms. Located just outside the community in the landscaped median, the trail “was built on a former Pacific Electric interurban line—commonly known as the Red Cars after the trolley system’s signature livery color—that once connected Culver City to Redondo Beach via Playa del Rey, El Segundo, Manhattan Beach and Hermosa Beach,” said TrailLink. Today, it travels 1.9 miles down Culver Blvd. to Del Rey, where it’s a quick hop over to the Ballona Creek Bike Path.

Below from left to right: The Culver Boulevard Median Park and Bike Path, a map of the Ballona Creek Bike Path, and two views of the Marvin Braude Coastal Trail, winding through Santa Monica and Venice.

The Ballona Creek Bike Path, Culver City
This popular path starts at Syd Kronenthal Park in east Culver City and goes for seven miles, connecting to the Coast Bike Path in Marina del Rey. It can be accessed from several additional points along the way, including “Dusquesne Avenue, Overland Avenue, Ocean Drive, Sepulveda Boulevard, Sawtelle Avenue, Slauson Avenue, Inglewood Boulevard, Centinela Avenue, McConnell Avenue, Lincoln Boulevard, Fisherman’s Village in Marina Del Rey, and Pacific Avenue,” said the LA County Department of Parks and Recreation.  

Marvin Braude Bike Trail, Pacific Palisades to Palos Verdes
“This beloved 22-mile bicycle path traces nearly the entire extent of L.A.’s westward-facing coastline,” said Timeout. “The path starts at Will Rogers State Beach, passes drool-worthy real estate in Santa Monica, Venice and Manhattan Beach and winds its way all the way down to Torrance County Beach—you probably know its South Bay expanse better as ‘the Strand.’”

About 11724 Culver

11724 Culver’s location, between Playa Vista and Culver City, in the center of everything that makes the Westside so ideal and a quick Metro ride to just about anywhere you want to go, is one of the main draws for new-home buyers. Once buyers see how close the community is to Westside tech and entertainment shops like Google, YouTube, Facebook, Amazon, Apple, and Sony, and nearby universities like USC, UCLA, and Loyola Marymount, they’re smitten. And then they tour the homes, glimpse the beautiful modern architecture, superb quality construction, spacious, contemporary floor plans, and highly-coveted features, and they’re sold—literally! 

This exciting new community offers tri-level residences boasting detached, open-concept living. The gourmet island kitchens, with their expansive islands, Quartz countertops, and stainless steel appliances are an entertainer’s dream, and the spa-style baths that showcase walk-in showers and large walk-in closets are right out of a magazine. Engineered wood floors, private yards, and two-car attached and direct-access garages, plus energy-efficient features including tankless water heaters, are just a few more reasons why buyers have been snapping these new home on the Westside.

For more information about this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to purchase a new single-family home on the Westside at 11724 Culver, call (310) 313-3339 and make an appointment for a tour. You can also click here to join the mailing list.

11724 Culver’s Guide To The Westside’s Best Parks And Bike Paths2019-07-31T00:43:11+00:00
Jun 2019

Best Hikes And Beaches On The Westside


Los Angeles is all about that outdoor life, and living in the heart of the Westside at a community like 11724 Culver puts you in the center of all the action. Imagine how great it would be to own a new home here, where you can be just minutes from the best hikes and best beaches on the Westside—and be able to enjoy your brand-new place anytime you aren’t out exploring! Only a handful of new detached residences remain in this popular community in West Los Angeles, offering three to four bedrooms and up to 2,473 square feet from just $1,295,000. Interested buyers are encouraged to call (310) 313-3339 or visit the website to schedule a tour.

Whether you’re just making your way here, or have been here a while and simply want a great guide to summer fun on the Westside, we’ve got some ideas. Today we’re tackling the best hikes and beaches in the area, but stay tuned in the coming weeks, when we outline a few of our fave water sports and activities, parks, bike paths, and outdoor fitness spots!


Marina del Rey—Mother’s Beach

Mother’s Beach isn’t on the ocean, but it easily makes the list of best beaches on the Westside. It’s a popular sandy stretch along the harbor that families love because there are no waves. There are, however, sheltered picnic tables, barbecue grills and playground equipment. Mother’s Beach is also the site of numerous summer events on the Westside, like ArtSea in May, the Kahanamoku Klassic in June, and Beach Eats every Thursday through September.

Santa Monica State Beach

Keep in mind that the closer you get to the Santa Monica Pier, the more crowded the beach will be. On the Pier itself, you have a ton of restaurants from casual to fancy, carnival games and rides, and a slew of events all summer. For a more serene Santa Monica Beach experience, head up the coast a bit.

Dockweiler State Beach

Dockweiler is another one of the best beaches on the Westside and a great choice for families—or anyone who would get a kick out of watching the planes overhead while they’re relaxing on the sand or swimming or surfing in the ocean. You can also play a game on the beach volleyball courts and wind down the day with a bonfire—one of the few beaches around where this is allowed.

Venice Beach

“People-watching is the raison d’être at Venice Beach, which effectively continues from the southern end of Santa Monica Beach without a break,” said Timeout. The Boardwalk will be crowded, but it’s still something to experience, not to mention an opportunity to “skate or cycle, watch or play volleyball or basketball, and check out the pumped-up gym bunnies who work out at Muscle Beach.”


You have some great options for hiking on the Westside, with trails that offers a variety of difficulty levels and the bonus of some truly spectacular views.

Franklin Canyon Park

Franklin Canyon Park spans 605 acres in Beverly Hills and “features over five miles of hiking trails,” said Discover Los Angeles. They recommend the one-mile (round trip) Discovery Trail, which features Franklin Canyon Lake and the Sooky Goldman Nature Center. Or, choose a more challenging option, “such as the Hastain Trail, which rises to offer views from West L.A. to the Pacific.”

A few fun facts about this hiking spot: “Pop culture fans will likely recognize Franklin Canyon Park, which is frequently used as a TV and film location, including the famous hitchhiking scene from It Happened One Night with Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert. The three-acre Franklin Lake was the ‘fishing hole’ in the opening credits of The Andy Griffith Show, as well as the lagoon in the Universal Studios horror classic Creature from the Black Lagoon.”

Will Rogers State Park

11724 Culver’s location just minutes from the beach puts this Santa Monica treasure within easy reach. For a hike that will get your heart beating, try the six-mile Rustic Canyon Loop/Inspiration Point Trail.

The side route to Inspiration Point is “a quick detour and worth the effort…for some spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, the L.A. Basin and the Santa Monica Mountains,” said Discover Los Angeles.

Topanga State Park

Head up the coast a bit to Pacific Palisades for a seven-mile hike from Los Liones Trail to Parker Mesa Overlook. When you get to the end, you’ll be treated to some incredible views that span the hillside, the city, the curve of the coastline, and the bright blue Pacific Ocean.

Beware that this hike includes some tough sections. “Switchbacks and steep hill climbs characterize the first two miles of the Topanga State Park hike,” they said. “With an elevation gain of about 1,300 feet, it’s definitely a tougher climb. But you can find your reward as you gaze out from a vantage point atop the bluff. Enjoy a picnic lunch or relax on a bench while taking in the overlook.”

Escondido Canyon

The payoff at the end of this Malibu hike: The gorgeous waterfall. At 4.2 miles round-trip, Escondido Canyon offers a “gradual climb that drifts in and out of tree covering, alongside canyon walls. Soon, you’ll be standing at the base of the 50-foot-high Escondido Falls, admiring the multi-tiered cataract flowing over moss-covered rocks.”

Depending on the water level, you might be able to cool off in the pool that the falls empty into, and climb the rocks for an even better view. Pro tip: Wear waterproof shoes and bring extra socks. You’re going to get your feet wet.

ABOUT 11724 Culver

All these hotspots and best beaches on the Westside are within easy reach of 11724 Culver—one of many reasons this community has proven so popular with new home buyers on the Westside. Add in the beautiful modern architecture revealing superb quality construction, spacious, contemporary floor plans, and highly-coveted features, and it’s not hard to see why these exciting new single-family detached homes in West Los Angeles have been selling so quickly.

11724 Culver offers tri-level, contemporary floorplans boasting detached, open-concept living. Buyers love the gourmet kitchens with their expansive islands, Quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances, and the upstairs masters with and ensuite spa-style baths that showcase walk-in showers. Additional desirable amenities include engineered wood floors, private yards, and two-car attached and direct-access garages, plus energy-efficient features including tankless water heaters.

More about the location

11724 Culver is in a prized location between Playa Vista and Culver City and at the center of unlimited options for recreation, dining and entertainment on the Westside—at a lower price than its neighbors. Right outside your door, you can walk, jog or cycle along the Culver Boulevard Median Park or hit the Coastal Trail a few minutes away.

L.A.’s Westside is a thriving tech hub with companies like Google, YouTube, Facebook, and Amazon all located in Playa Vista, Santa Monica, and Venice, and the entertainment mecca of Culver City continues to grow with some of the largest names in the industry. Amazon Studios is expanding their footprint in the city, HBO is moving its headquarters to Culver City and Apple recently announced plans to open a new office just three miles from 11724 Culver—and add 1,000 new jobs!

Owning a home in this community means being a quick drive or Metro ride from work—or from school. World-class universities like UCLA, Loyola Marymount, and USC are within easy reach of 11724 Culver. One of the growing trends in real estate has college-bound students and their families buying new homes here so they can bypass dorm living or the expense of an apartment while also taking advantage of an appreciating investment in one of the hottest real estate markets in the country.

This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to purchase a new single-family home on the Westside at 11724 Culver, and have all the best of the Westside at your fingertips. Call us at (310) 313-3339 to make an appointment to tour these new homes in West Los Angeles, and click here to join the mailing list.

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May 2019

Essential Features For Westside Homebuyers


11724 Culver Showcases the Most Popular Features in New Westside Homes

Laundry room (91%). Energy Star windows (89%). Patio (87%). Energy Star appliances (86%). Those were the top four “essential” features listed in a recent consumer survey by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) that looked at “What Home Buyers Really Want.” Coincidentally, they’re also among the many features that 11724 Culver homebuyers have been drawn to.

These exciting new detached homes in West Los Angeles have been selling quickly, thanks to their spacious, contemporary floor plans and highly-coveted features — such as gourmet kitchens, energy-efficient additions, private yards, and convenient upstairs laundry.

Offering three to four bedrooms and up to 2,473 square feet from just $1,295,000, only a few of these 12 single-family homes remain at 11724 Culver. Interested buyers are encouraged to schedule a tour soon by calling (310) 313-3339.

Open floor plans were also rated highly on the NAHB survey, with 86% of respondents stating that they “prefer an open layout, where the kitchen and dining room are open.” Buyers at 11724 Culver love the open-concept floor plans, with chef-ready island kitchens that have uninterrupted flow and sightlines into the dining rooms and living rooms.

Buying New

The 2019 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers, a new report from the National Association of Realtors (NAR), reinforced what we already knew about new construction: “Most recent buyers who purchased new homes were looking to avoid renovations and problems,” namely with plumbing or electricity. In addition, “Heating and cooling costs were the most important environmental features for recent home buyers, with 84% finding these features at least somewhat important.”

It’s clear that when considering Westside new homes, today’s buyers are looking for value and ease of living, and they recognize that 11724 Culver checks both of those boxes.

Satisfying the ideals of shoppers who are looking to live a little greener, these well-planned new-home designs present several features that make energy-efficiency a priority:

  • Milgard vinyl windows and sliding glass doors, with dual glazing and Low-E glass and screens
  • Fiberglass insulated exterior doors with full weather-stripping
  • R-19 insulation in all exterior walls, R-38 insulated ceilings and radiant barrier roof sheeting
  • Water-conserving plumbing fixtures including faucets, shower heads and toilets
  • Tankless hot water heaters
  • Solar ready with conduits to future roof panel area
  • Prewired for 40 AMP electric vehicle charger in garage
  • High efficiency Carrier furnace and air-conditioning system, with WiFi-enabled Honeywell night setback thermostats and MERV-11 return air filtration

The tri-level floorplans of 11724 Culver reveal high-end features and finishes throughout, including Quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances in the gourmet kitchens, relaxing master suites with spa baths including walk-in showers and large walk-in closets, engineered wood floors, and two-car attached, direct-access garages.

11724 Culver is ideally located in West L.A. between Playa Vista and Culver City, with incredible access to Silicon Beach’s tech and entertainment centers and the recreational opportunities of the entire Westside. Call us at (310) 313-3339 to make an appointment to tour these new Westside homes, and click here to join the mailing list so you are kept in the loop on community updates.

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Apr 2019

11724 is Tech Central!


Living in Silicon Beach: New Westside homes provide convenience, affordability

When you say, “high tech,” many people naturally think of Northern California’s Silicon Valley. But, another California hotspot farther down the coast is right on its heels.

Concentrated on the Westside of Los Angeles, the area known as Silicon Beach — encompassing Santa Monica to the Los Angeles Airport and Venice Beach to the Hollywood Hills — is worth “more than $155 billion,” according to an analysis by Mediakix. This economic juggernaut has created an abundance of jobs in one of the country’s hottest real estate markets, and 11724 Culver offers brand new homes on the Westside, with quick and easy access to all of the tech shops.

11724’s spacious, detached residences provide up to 2,473 square feet of open-concept living space from only $1,295,000 — a more affordable price point than the median for the 90066 zip code. The contemporary tri-level floor plans offer three to four bedrooms and and in-demand, high-end, energy-efficient features. Gourmet kitchens include expansive islands, Quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances, and flow right into the dining and living areas. The luxe master suites are located upstairs for privacy, and feature large walk-in closets and spa baths with walk-in showers. These distinctive residences also boast private yards and two-car attached, direct-access garages.

This limited offering is selling rapidly, so buyers who are interested in single-family homes on the Westside are encouraged to schedule a tour soon by calling (310) 313-3339.

11724 Culver: In the heart of Silicon Beach employment centers

Discover Los Angeles notes that, “Los Angeles County, largely because of Silicon Beach’s growth, has more high-tech jobs than Boston-Cambridge, Santa Clara County and New York City, according to the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corp. And contrary to the bookish reputation of such tech companies, Silicon Beach’s growth has fed an influx of residents, businesses and tourists alike looking for that combination of activity, beach vibe and artsiness that’s long been associated with the area.”

This combination of factors is leading tech stars to seek employment in Southern California instead of up north. Those who want to be close to work, without having to deal with the traffic crunch in Playa Vista or the “chaotic beach scene on the Boardwalk” — as Discover Los Angeles calls it — are increasingly looking to West Los Angeles. 11724 Culver provides a central location, more space and a lower price point than other Silicon Beach options. 1724’s brand new Westside homes are up to hundreds of thousands of dollars less than Playa Vista’s smaller new homes, and often comparable with smaller, older homes in Santa Monica and Culver City that are largely in need of costly, frustrating and time-consuming renovations.

Get to know Silicon Beach a bit better with this overview of its key areas:

Playa Vista

Playa Vista is a dynamic tech hub that hosts dozens of global employers. Google recently added more than 100,000 square feet to their new digs in the massive four-story Spruce Goose hangar and YouTube Space — located in the former  Howard Hughes Airport — offers free access to a number of production resources for creators. The Honest Company, actress Jessica Alba’s billion-dollar wellness brand, is also headquartered in Playa Vista.

“A relatively young community, Playa Vista surprisingly boasts many heavy-hitters in the tech industry,” said built in LA. “Playa Vista has large, open structures, making it perfect for the sprawling office spaces that tech companies and startups love.”

It also has numerous new-home offerings, but is well-known as a very expensive place to live. According to Zillow, “The median list price per square foot in Playa Vista is $769.” That’s a whopping $246 higher than the Los Angeles average of $523 and $139 higher than 11724 Culver’s $630 median.

Culver City

There is also a push east among tech companies, many of whom are finding the ideal home in Culver City. Apple recently announced “plans to open a new office in Culver City, which is expected to create 1,000 new jobs,” said ABC7. “The jobs will be a mix of technology in digital music and video programming, two areas where Apple is expanding to compete with Spotify and Netflix.” The office is located at 8777 Washington Blvd., just three miles from 11724 Culver—a location chosen, said Richard Florida, an urban development expert at the University of Toronto, because they are “just picking America’s most established superstar cities and tech hubs.”

Tech-based on-demand storage and moving company Clutter, cybersecurity leader Symantec, and computer hardware/software company Media Temple are also located in Culver City.

Santa Monica

Social media app Snapchat came to prominence during its time in Venice, where they snapped up real estate at an amazing pace, but has since settled into its impressive new digs — 300,000 square feet at the Santa Monica Business Park — just four miles from the Westside new homes of 11724 Culver. Streaming entertainment company Hulu is also located in Santa Monica, with 95,000 square feet of creative space in the city.

The city is also one of the hottest incubators for startups, including:

  • ZipRecruiter, one of the most well-known online employment marketplaces
  • Tradesy, a marketplace for designer goods
  • Headspace, a meditation-based mental fitness app
  • Fair.com, a car-buying app
  • Inspire, making clean energy “approachable” through personalized home subscription plans
  • Hallmark Labs, the digital arm of Hallmark Cards, Inc.
  • TaskUs, specializing in customer care and back office support for companies


Just three and one-half miles from the new homes at 11724 Culver, the Venice Beach Boardwalk was once thought of as mainly a hippy hangout. Today, Venice is L.A.’s “arguably buzziest area” and “downright electric,” according to Discover LA. Before SnapChat’s move to Santa Monica, their 305,000 square feet of office space was divided between numerous Venice properties. Google L.A. has leased Frank Gehry’s landmark Binoculars Building since 2011, and Gem — a crypto investment app — is headquartered in stylish digs just a few blocks from the historic Muscle Beach.

Call us at (310) 313-3339 to make an appointment to tour these new homes in West Los Angeles, and click here to join the mailing list, which is filling up quickly.

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Apr 2019

New Homes on the Westside: A Smart Investment in Your Future


People come from all over the world for the excellent educational opportunities provided by the renowned colleges and universities concentrated in and around West Los Angeles, from world-class universities like UCLA, Loyola Marymount, and USC, to noted community colleges like West Los Angeles College and Santa Monica College. Communities like 11724 Culver are making educational achievements easier and more rewarding by providing a smart solution to new homes on the Westside.

A growing trend among college-bound students and their families is buying a new home in West L.A. This allows the student to bypass living in the dorms or renting an expensive apartment, and provides an appreciating investment in one of the hottest real estate markets in the country. 11724 Culver offers spacious, detached homes with three to four bedrooms and up to 2,473 square feet of living space just a few miles from several top schools and priced from only $1,295,000—far lower than the median price in the 90066 zip code. This limited offering is going fast, so interested buyers are encouraged to make an appointment to tour the community soon by calling (310) 313-3339.

West L.A. real estate is hotter than ever, which is reflected in the rising prices in areas like Playa Vista and Culver City. Communities like 11724 Culver offer Los Angeles homebuyers the opportunity to own single-family, detached new homes on the Westside right between these two high-priced areas at a more affordable price. The value potential is huge, and so are the homes!

The tri-level floorplans offer up to 2,473 square feet of open-concept living space with contemporary designs that showcase all the space and style buyers are seeking. A first-floor den or home office can also be optioned as a bedroom in Plan 1. Gourmet kitchens in each home are right out of a magazine, featuring expansive islands, Quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances, with open flow to the dining and living rooms. The luxe master suite with its spa bath including walk-in shower and large walk-in closet, as well as the remaining bedrooms, are upstairs for privacy. These homes also boast desirable features such as energy-efficient tankless water heaters, engineered wood floors, private yards, and two-car attached, direct-access garages.

Getting in touch

Owning one of these single-family new homes on the Westside makes great financial sense and can be the perfect complement to an education on the Westside. Call us at (310) 313-3339 to make an appointment to tour these new homes in West Los Angeles, and click here to join the mailing list, which is filling up quickly.

If you or a family member are looking to the Westside as a home base while pursuing an education, here are several schools to consider:


University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)

It’s not hard to see why UCLA is considered one of the premier universities in the country when you consider its pedigree: Students have earned 14 Nobel Prizes, 13 faculty MacArthur Fellows, 116 NCAA titles “and more Olympic medals than most nations.” UCLA also has the distinction of being the “most applied-to university in the nation.”

Located in Westwood, just a short drive from 11724 Culver, UCLA offers more than 125 majors for undergrad (plus 150 graduate programs), with the most popular being: biology, business economics, political science, psychology, psychobiology, and economics.

Loyola Marymount (LMU)

Loyola Marymount is a top liberal arts university that boasts a wide array of impressive accolades, including a ranking in the top 15 percent nationally by the Wall Street Journal. The university’s Master’s Programs were also ranked third in the west by U.S. News & World Report; the School of Film and Television is ranked No. 8 in the nation by The Hollywood Reporter; and U.S. News & World Report ranks Loyola Law School No. 6 for both trial advocacy programs and tax law.

In all, LMU offers 61 major and 55 minor undergraduate degrees and programs, 49 Master’s degree programs, and several doctorate and credential programs. Located on L.A.’s Westside, the campus is just about four miles from 11724 Culver.

University of Southern California (USC)

Founded in 1880, USC is one of the world’s leading private research universities and the oldest private research university in California. Graduating from USC carries a sense of prestige that is recognized around the world. The university’s impressive alumni comprise 11 Rhodes Scholars, 12 Marshall Scholars, and nine Nobel laureates.

USC has been ranked No. 21 in national universities by U.S. News & World Report and 10th for academics and quality of student life by Niche.com. In addition, The Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism was ranked No. 1 by USA Today; The Marshall School of Business, the USC Leventhal School of Accounting, Viterbi School of Engineering, the Sol Price School of Public Policy, and the USC School of Pharmacy are all in the top 10 as ranked by U.S. News & World Report, and The Hollywood Reporter and USA Today both rank the School of Cinematic Arts the No. 1 film school in the nation. Known equally for its athletic prowess, USC has won 104 NCAA team championships and just under 400 NCAA individual championships; Trojan athletes have also won 288 Olympic medals, including 135 golds—tops of any U.S. university.

USC’s total enrollment is approximately 43,000 students, of which more than 12,000 are international students—the second-largest international enrollment in the country. Located two miles southwest of Downtown Los Angeles, USC is easily accessible from 11724 Culver via Metro Expo Line in Downtown Culver City, just over two and one-half miles from the community. Riding the light rail is an easy way to get to campus in just about 30 minutes while avoiding traffic and parking.


West Los Angeles College

West Los Angeles College is a California Community College with almost 12,000 students and nearly 1,000 classes offered. Founded in 1969, the college provides university-level coursework that is transferable to UC and national schools, and is responsible for sending hundreds of students to four-year colleges every year.

In addition to academic programs, they also offer courses geared toward career growth. West L.A. College’s Dental Hygiene program is one of only two in the California community college system that offers a Bachelor’s degree. The college is located just two and one-half miles from 11724 Culver.

Santa Monica College

Santa Monica College (SMC) is an accredited California Community College and the state’s No. 1 transfer college for the past 27 years, funneling more students into universities like UCLA, USC, and LMU than any other school. SMC offers 110 degrees and certificates, with more than 1,400 classes offered.

The college offers the same lower-division courses as UC schools and many other national four-year universities, allowing students to advance their education at a much lower cost. SMC is under six miles from 11724 Culver and is also accessible by the Metro’s Expo Line, which stops at Colorado and 17th Street, about a mile from campus.

New Homes on the Westside: A Smart Investment in Your Future2019-04-22T22:42:19+00:00
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