About Culver City
Current Prices: $459,000 to $3,995,000
Closed Prices: $90,000 to $4,350,000
Median Sale Price: $998,500
Average $ per sq ft: $860
Association Fee Ranges: $250 to $707/mo, $0 to $862
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Age: 1920 to 2022
Sq. Ft.: 674 to 5760 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 1 to 6 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 1 to 7 Bathrooms
Lot Size: 0 - 5+ acres
Getting Around Culver City
Around Culver City
With Culver City steadily growing in popularity, the cost of living has significantly grown throughout the years. What used to be a very affordable place to live has now become one of Los Angeles' pricier locations. For more of a community feel, Veterans Park is close to several restaurants and bars, similar to those in downtown Culver, and there are many well-maintained, mid-sized condominium buildings available for professionals. Residences close to Overland, Jefferson, and Sepulveda have more luxury housing available for those who can afford to spend a little bit more. For a more urban vibe with a diverse mixture of professionals and young families, Fox Hills, located around South Culver, has a variety of townhomes and condominiums.
Although Culver City was once considered an area with no distinguished cuisines, it has quickly become one of the leading foodie areas throughout Los Angeles. In a mere five years, several lauded ethnic, gastronomy, and fusion restaurants have made their stamp in Culver City's culinary scene. For the food aficionados out there looking for a bite to eat, there are endless burger, taco, pizza, and noodle options to choose from in the area.
Unique pieces of art scattered randomly throughout the neighborhood. This movement is part of the "Art in Public Places" program, which was created to promote economic growth and artistic inspiration throughout the community. Local musicians and artists typically gather around downtown Culver, providing live music and entertainment in many restaurants and hotels.
This area is popular among many college students and recent graduates because it is filled with trendy hotspots, fantastic drinks, and a relatively active night life. Head over to the downtown area, where there are plenty of festive cocktail bars, or enjoy late-night snacks and drinks while listening to live music at The Culver Hotel.
Whether it's taking a studio tour, visiting an art gallery, seeing an arts performance, or purchasing goods at a souvenir shop, there will always be something to do in Culver City during the day. Take a hike up to the Baldwin Hills Scenic Outlook, better known as the Culver City steps, and take in the captivating views of Los Angeles while getting a challenging workout. If that is not your style, try grabbing outdoor brunch and mimosas at a local cafe with a few friends. For visitors who enjoy looking at obscure artifacts, be sure to stop by the Museum of Jurassic Technology.
- A lot going on in the community
- Clean, pleasant neighborhood
- Central location for entertainment, nightlife and top-notch cuisine
- Easy access to main Los Angeles freeways
Locals Don't Love
- Lack of parking in neighborhoods
- Rapidly increasing cost of living
- Traffic congestion the entire day
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