The coastal enclave of Marina del Rey is one of the most desirable places to live in Southern California, and also one of the most expensive. Median home listings are close to $1.4 million in the seaside playground’s hot 90292 zip code — and rents are sky-high.

Just two miles away, the brand new, single-family detached homes at 11724 Culver offer an affordable, beach-close alternative, and easy access to the Marina’s premier lifestyle and amenities.

The West L.A. market is even hotter, according to Zillow, where median home values of $1,562,800 have increased 10.8% over the past year and are predicted to rise another 9.2% in 2019. Starting at just $1,295,000 — with up to 2,473 square feet of open-concept living — 11724’s limited collection of three to four bedroom detached homes will sell out quickly, so buyers are urged to call (310) 313-3339 now for an appointment.

Santa Monica Bay offers some of the finest wide sandy beaches in all of Southern California.

Sales volume increases on the Westside are partially fueled by growth in the local tech sector. “Companies such as Facebook and Google have moved to these areas, and many employees…are looking for homes near their offices,” said MLS CEO Annie Ives in the Los Angeles Times. “Don’t expect things to cool anytime soon.”

Purchasing adjacent to the Westside’s hottest neighborhoods is considered a wise investment strategy, according to leading real estate authorities like Trulia. Buyers “flock to these next big neighborhoods,” they explain, and buyers are encouraged to maximize their dollars by getting in early “before it becomes the next big thing.”

Enjoying the Marina del Rey lifestyle

Jutting into Marina Del Rey’s main channel, Burton Chace Park is perfectly situated for barbecues and boat-watching.

“Small-but-mighty Marina del Rey has attracted a boatload (!) of seriously good restaurants over the past few years—to the point where it’s now one of LA’s strongest food destinations,” says Thrillist. “This 1.5 square-mile coastal community is packed with everything from rustic Italian eateries to fancy waterfront restaurants…and then there’s the iconic pub that turns into a turtle-racing hub on Thursdays. What more do you need to know?”

There are numerous unique recreation options in Marina del Rey. The easily accessible Ballona Creek Bike Path intersects with the scenic Marvin Braude Coastal Trail, where cyclists, joggers and pedestrians can travel along the waterfront for 22 miles.

You can also take an aqua yoga class, picnic at Burton Chase Park, play volleyball at Mother’s Beach, go parasailing, jet skiing, kayaking and paddle boarding, and enjoy popular annual events like the California Yacht Club’s Sunset Sailing Series and December’s Holiday Boat Parade. It’s all just minutes from your front door at 11724 Culver!

The 7-mile long Ballona Creek Bike Path is easily accessible and runs from east Culver City to the beach, where it intersects with the Coastal Trail.

A more affordable alternative to Marina del Rey

Three to four bedroom, tri-level floor plans allow owners at 11724 Culver to spread out in up to 2,473 square feet of detached, open-concept living. Contemporary designs give buyers what they crave and allow them to start enjoying their brand new home right away, instead of waiting months — and spending wads of cash — to renovate an older home. 

Gourmet kitchens boast spacious islands, Quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances, and the spa-style baths showcase walk-in showers. Energy-efficient features like tankless water heaters help buyers conserve, and the homes also offer desirable amenities such as engineered wood floors, spacious walk-in closets, private yards, and two-car attached, direct-access garages.

This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to purchase a new single-family home on the Westside at 11724 Culver, and enjoy all the best of Marina del Rey with a lower price, a larger space, and everything brand new. Call us at (310) 313-3339 to make an appointment to tour these new homes in West Los Angeles, and click here to join the mailing list, which is filling up quickly.


Left to right (click photos for more info): paddle boarding in the Marina’s world-class harbor, dining at Charcoal and sailing on Santa Monica Bay.