Del Rey

About Del Rey

Del Rey is a small neighborhood in southwest Los Angeles. With access to the ocean on the west, quick access to LAX, and greater Los Angeles to the east, Del Rey is situated perfectly. Home to a high percentage of affluent residents and retirees, this spot is a favorite of people who want to live their lives near the water. Del Rey is also home to a large number of military veterans.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $649,000 to $3,995,000

Closed Prices: $405,000 to $3,199,350

Median Sale Price: $1,207,500

Average $ per sq ft: $1062

Association Fee Ranges: $0 to $850, $220 to $850/mo

Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home

Age: 1920 to 2021

Sq. Ft.: 483 to 4200 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 0 to 7 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 6 Bathrooms

Lot Size: 0 - 5+ acres

Around Del Rey

The main thoroughfares of Del Rey are Centanalia and Washington. It is buffered on all sides by freeways that offer quick access to the rest of the city. Being a small community, most of the residential areas are similar. There are a myriad of residential neighborhoods to the south of Centanalia.

A cafe by the marina offers American cuisine with a scenic view of the water. Washington Boulevard offers a festive Mexican fare with outdoor seating as well as a vibrant Caribbean restaurant for West Indian food. There are also many smaller shops and cafes for all of your coffee and snack needs.

Marina Del Rey is a hotspot for boaters. The Ballona Wetlands Ecological Preserve is a great place to get back to nature and watch the flocks of birds that come through on their yearly migrations. This spot also offers running and walking paths, and for seasoned bike riders the Ballona Creek Bike Path is available. The famous Loyola Marymount University is situated just south of Del Rey. Students can be seen in the pursuit of higher learning on the beautiful, well-maintained grounds.

A favorite local pub on Lincoln Boulevard offers drinks, bar food, and live music. A spot on Washington Boulevard has French-Vietnamese fare and a gastropub complete with a wide variety of choice wines. Cinemark Playa Vista movie theater offers stadium seating for the the latest released movies.

Head to Mothers Beach for placid waters, a children's playground, and picnic tables. Sport fishing for all skill levels can be found in the nearby Pacific Ocean. Less experienced anglers can charter a boat with a professional out of Marina Del Rey. The famous Venice Beach is a popular recreation site offering volleyball, running trails, dog walking, and anything else you can think to do for a day at the beach. The Venice boardwalk has numerous tourist shops and eateries for your browsing pleasure.

Locals Love

  • Beach Access
  • Close to the Airport
  • Cooler Temperatures

Locals Don't Love

  • Beach Bums
  • Tourists

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