People come from all over the world for the excellent educational opportunities provided by the renowned colleges and universities concentrated in and around West Los Angeles, from world-class universities like UCLA, Loyola Marymount, and USC, to noted community colleges like West Los Angeles College and Santa Monica College. Communities like 11724 Culver are making educational achievements easier and more rewarding by providing a smart solution to new homes on the Westside.

A growing trend among college-bound students and their families is buying a new home in West L.A. This allows the student to bypass living in the dorms or renting an expensive apartment, and provides an appreciating investment in one of the hottest real estate markets in the country. 11724 Culver offers spacious, detached homes with three to four bedrooms and up to 2,473 square feet of living space just a few miles from several top schools and priced from only $1,295,000—far lower than the median price in the 90066 zip code. This limited offering is going fast, so interested buyers are encouraged to make an appointment to tour the community soon by calling (310) 313-3339.

West L.A. real estate is hotter than ever, which is reflected in the rising prices in areas like Playa Vista and Culver City. Communities like 11724 Culver offer Los Angeles homebuyers the opportunity to own single-family, detached new homes on the Westside right between these two high-priced areas at a more affordable price. The value potential is huge, and so are the homes!

The tri-level floorplans offer up to 2,473 square feet of open-concept living space with contemporary designs that showcase all the space and style buyers are seeking. A first-floor den or home office can also be optioned as a bedroom in Plan 1. Gourmet kitchens in each home are right out of a magazine, featuring expansive islands, Quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances, with open flow to the dining and living rooms. The luxe master suite with its spa bath including walk-in shower and large walk-in closet, as well as the remaining bedrooms, are upstairs for privacy. These homes also boast desirable features such as energy-efficient tankless water heaters, engineered wood floors, private yards, and two-car attached, direct-access garages.

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Owning one of these single-family new homes on the Westside makes great financial sense and can be the perfect complement to an education on the Westside. 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.

If you or a family member are looking to the Westside as a home base while pursuing an education, here are several schools to consider:


University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)

It’s not hard to see why UCLA is considered one of the premier universities in the country when you consider its pedigree: Students have earned 14 Nobel Prizes, 13 faculty MacArthur Fellows, 116 NCAA titles “and more Olympic medals than most nations.” UCLA also has the distinction of being the “most applied-to university in the nation.”

Located in Westwood, just a short drive from 11724 Culver, UCLA offers more than 125 majors for undergrad (plus 150 graduate programs), with the most popular being: biology, business economics, political science, psychology, psychobiology, and economics.

Loyola Marymount (LMU)

Loyola Marymount is a top liberal arts university that boasts a wide array of impressive accolades, including a ranking in the top 15 percent nationally by the Wall Street Journal. The university’s Master’s Programs were also ranked third in the west by U.S. News & World Report; the School of Film and Television is ranked No. 8 in the nation by The Hollywood Reporter; and U.S. News & World Report ranks Loyola Law School No. 6 for both trial advocacy programs and tax law.

In all, LMU offers 61 major and 55 minor undergraduate degrees and programs, 49 Master’s degree programs, and several doctorate and credential programs. Located on L.A.’s Westside, the campus is just about four miles from 11724 Culver.

University of Southern California (USC)

Founded in 1880, USC is one of the world’s leading private research universities and the oldest private research university in California. Graduating from USC carries a sense of prestige that is recognized around the world. The university’s impressive alumni comprise 11 Rhodes Scholars, 12 Marshall Scholars, and nine Nobel laureates.

USC has been ranked No. 21 in national universities by U.S. News & World Report and 10th for academics and quality of student life by In addition, The Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism was ranked No. 1 by USA Today; The Marshall School of Business, the USC Leventhal School of Accounting, Viterbi School of Engineering, the Sol Price School of Public Policy, and the USC School of Pharmacy are all in the top 10 as ranked by U.S. News & World Report, and The Hollywood Reporter and USA Today both rank the School of Cinematic Arts the No. 1 film school in the nation. Known equally for its athletic prowess, USC has won 104 NCAA team championships and just under 400 NCAA individual championships; Trojan athletes have also won 288 Olympic medals, including 135 golds—tops of any U.S. university.

USC’s total enrollment is approximately 43,000 students, of which more than 12,000 are international students—the second-largest international enrollment in the country. Located two miles southwest of Downtown Los Angeles, USC is easily accessible from 11724 Culver via Metro Expo Line in Downtown Culver City, just over two and one-half miles from the community. Riding the light rail is an easy way to get to campus in just about 30 minutes while avoiding traffic and parking.


West Los Angeles College

West Los Angeles College is a California Community College with almost 12,000 students and nearly 1,000 classes offered. Founded in 1969, the college provides university-level coursework that is transferable to UC and national schools, and is responsible for sending hundreds of students to four-year colleges every year.

In addition to academic programs, they also offer courses geared toward career growth. West L.A. College’s Dental Hygiene program is one of only two in the California community college system that offers a Bachelor’s degree. The college is located just two and one-half miles from 11724 Culver.

Santa Monica College

Santa Monica College (SMC) is an accredited California Community College and the state’s No. 1 transfer college for the past 27 years, funneling more students into universities like UCLA, USC, and LMU than any other school. SMC offers 110 degrees and certificates, with more than 1,400 classes offered.

The college offers the same lower-division courses as UC schools and many other national four-year universities, allowing students to advance their education at a much lower cost. SMC is under six miles from 11724 Culver and is also accessible by the Metro’s Expo Line, which stops at Colorado and 17th Street, about a mile from campus.