- MLS® #: 19522302
- 4906 Saint Louis Court
- Culver City, CA 90230
- 3 Bed, 3 Bath, 1,916 SqFt
As with many of the smaller cities in Los Angeles county, Culver City, CA, is sometimes lumped in with its gargantuan megalopolis of a neighbor. However, Culver City has its own character, amenities and cultural highlights. The main downtown is close to the intersection of 405, the San Diego Freeway, and 187, Venice Boulevard. The Marina Freeway also begins in Culver City and makes its short run over to Marina del Rey. Residents and visitors can connect to their homes from the marina, coming in on a private flight from Santa Monica's regional airport or by taking rail connections. The city is surrounded on all sides by LA proper and unincorporated Los Angeles county. Some of the notable neighbors are Mar Vista, the Inglewood Oil Field, Palms and the Baldwin Hills area. (read more about living in Culver City)
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Culver City has easy access to LA's best beaches at Venice Beach and Santa Monica Beach. This strip is right down the Venice Boulevard. Visitors and residents also tend to enjoy the local attractions: One of Hollywood's most iconic studios, MGM, was actually started right in Culver City. Now, the site is owned by Sony Pictures, which operates studio walking tours the discuss the history of the legendary working landmark. There are some other notable media employers in television and film who still list Culver City as their headquarters' addresses.
The birthplace of MGM may not have the glitz and glamour of Hollywood or the exclusivity of Beverly hills, but it's still undoubtedly an important place for TV and movies both past and present. Residents and visitors both love the area for the connection to the entertainment industry, the easy access to central LA and the beach, and the compact downtown area that centers on the historic MGM studios site. The borders of Culver City have become somewhat convoluted over many years and many different annexes. It has a large, complex footprint, but you can get an idea of everything that's available by browsing our up-to-date index here. If you'd like a custom-tailored search instead, please call our local agent expert today.