Mar Vista

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Mar Vista, part of City of Los Angeles, lies along the coast just east of Venice Beach. It offers tree-lined streets, oversized lots, views, public parks, tennis court estates and much more. 
 

What Neighborhoods are in Mar Vista? 

Mar Vista Tract: Designed by Mid-century architect Gregory Ain, this pocket is a gem in Mar Vista consisting of 52 homes built by Ain back in the late 1940s. All of the homes were built as Mid-century modern single story homes with open concept floorplans and indoor/outdoor living. The style and feel has been commonly compared to Palm Springs one story mid-century living. 
 
Oval District: Commonly referred to as the “Beverly Hills of Mar Vista,” this section consists of oval-shaped, wide streets with large front yards, oversized palm trees and expansive lots, some with tennis courts and/or basketball courts. 
 
Mar Vista Hill: Rising two-hundred (200) feet above the basin, this highly sought after section of Mar Vista features unparalleled ocean, city and mountain views, which is quite rare for a neighborhood this far east. With larger lots, more privacy and the potential for view, this section of Mar Vista is one of the most favorable for home buyers. 
 
The Venice/Grand View Historic Commercial District: Mar Vista’s historic “downtown” with plenty to do from shops, cafes, bars, restaurants. 
 
Wood Streets: Includes Redwood, Ashwood, Maplewood, Rosewood, Greenwood. Family-friendly tree-lined streets with sidewalks and peaceful energy. 
 
Westdale Trousdale + Mar Vista Elementary District: This small section of East Mar Vista has one of the best public elementary schools in Los Angeles. Home Buyers flock to this area specifically for the school system and quality of life. Check with City of LA for school assignments. 
 
Del Rey: This up-and-coming section of Mar Vista south of Washington Blvd offers sidewalks, parks, neighborhood gatherings and lots of young professionals. With slightly more moderate home prices, Del Rey offers a great opportunity for first-time home buyers to get into Mar Vista, moments from the Marina and upcoming Culver Public Market
 
Culver-West: Part of Del Rey, Culver-West encompasses a number of streets west of Centinela and near Marina del Rey that are zoned/assigned to Culver City. A few of the streets include McConnell, Moore, Mildred, Neosho. These streets offer beach living and walkability while getting the benefits of Culver City public schools and amenities in a 90066 zip code. 
 

Schools in Mar Vista? 

Schools in Mar Vista: Mar Vista Elementary, Short Ave Elementary, Windward School, Beethoven Street Elementary, Walgrove Ave Elementary, Grand View Boulevard Elementary, Mark Twain Middle School, Venice High School. 

 

Looking for Homes for Sale in Mar Vista? 

You can view homes for sale in Mar Vista by clicking the “Search All Homes” link below. Jagger can set up private showings for any homes of interest. Please inquire for Jagger’s upcoming listings and off-market inventory in Mar Vista.
 
 
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