Culver City, California is one of those places near Los Angeles that steals some of the spotlight for high lifestyle appeal and gracious living features. And why not? It’s right next door to Marina Del Rey, with the stunning Pacific and mild ocean breezes rolling in. Although, what about Culver City itself? In fact, what it has to offer includes a lot of great places to live and exclusive green spaces like Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook. Also, Culver Park straddles the overlook area. When it comes to Culver City neighborhoods and real estate, there’s a lot of them, and there’s a lot to them.
Culver City Neighborhoods and Real Estate Features With Homes
Downtown Culver City sits further inland from the coast. It’s closer to the Culver Park area. The downtown has a small footprint compared to its residential profile. In fact, neighborhoods, rich in home life spread out nicely. Take McManus and Lucerne-Higuera, at the farthest inland point of the city. These neighborhoods blend into more heading westward, until you come to Culver-West and Culver Garden. Although, in the heart of this well-aligned distribution of neighborhoods and real estate, a number of other home niches stand out. Take one not far from the Ballona Creek waterway.
In this neck of the woods you find Sunkist Park and a lovely niche set apart, to itself. It’s between Mesmer Ave. and S. Centinela Ave. The I-90 rounds of its northern edge. In fact, this homes niche even has a secluded feel. Don’t believe me? Well, just take a look at the Culver City home for sale 12021 Lucile Street. Take a look around its exterior and interior features. Check out the neighborhood.
View more details for 12021 Lucile Street, Culver City 90230 if you want a better feel for the home. If you want the full details on Culver City neighborhoods and real estate, contact an area expert. For full details on 12021 Lucile Street, and other homes in the city, Contact Terry at the LaRoche Team of real estate pros.