family friendly neighborhoods near Culver city, in Los Angeles.

Asked by Aneta, Los Angeles, CA Mon Jan 14, 2008

We are interested in family friendly areas around Culver city which is where my husband's work is.

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Kelley and T…, Agent, Santa Monica, CA
Wed Jan 23, 2008
The great part about Culver City is a number of neighborhoods are situated around public parks. In fact, most people refer to the neighborhoods where they live by the park. For instance, you have Carlson Park, Vets Park, Lindberg Park, El Marino Park, etc. It really creates a smaller neighborhood vibe because neighbors get to know each other while their kids are playing at their local park.

I really love East Culver City which is also known as the "Arts District". It has a bunch of great restaurants, fun shops & art galleries. It also has it's own park, Syd Kronenthal which has play areas and sports courts & fields. It is also close enough to walk to downtown Culver City which is filled with shops, restaurants, theatres & movies and a great Farmer's Market on Main Street every Tuesday.

Carlson Park, Vets Park & Lindbergh park are all great family neighborhoods, but by no means are they the only ones. Most of Culver City is a great place to live. I would encourage you to do a tour of the local parks and the neighborhoods around them. Go to the following Culver City page to get all of the addresses:

If you ever have any questions about any area in Culver City, feel free to call me. I am a local real estate agent and I live in East Culver City's Art District. (Hence the bias.) Good Luck!
-Todd Miller
(310) 923-5353
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Dorene Slavi…, Agent, Torrance, CA
Tue Feb 19, 2008
Wow..great question. All of Culver City is great for families. Particularly the areas of Veteran's, Lindberg, and Sunkist Park. Schools are distinguished, neighborhoods are peaceful and family friendly. Many areas are anchored by a small park for the children. You will love Culver City, I know we have.
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ally, Home Buyer, San Francisco, CA
Wed Jan 23, 2008
No need to go too far. Culver City has many family friendly neighborhoods as posted below. Some of the schools are Distinguished Schools, and get lots of support from Sony, which is in Culver City. Mar Vista is also very close to Culver City and has good schools. Beverly Hills also. It depends upon what you are looking for and what your price range is.
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Ron Werner, Agent, Manhattan Beach, CA
Mon Jan 14, 2008
Hi Aneta:
I work the South Bay cities which are a few miles South of Culver City. Excellent schools and a great area to live. Take a look at my website for info about the area and feel free to call me.
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