One of the few affordable westside areas providing a wonderful climate and close proximity to beaches.

When speaking with residents of the area, there is always immediate comment made to their love for the coastal breezes the proximity to ocean and the smog free clean air common to the area. People enjoy the environment, the clean air and closeness to the bike path and nearby Marina del Rey restaurants. Mar Vista is also freeway close to everything but nestled in a far more rural environment than other such conveniently located areas. Mar Vista tends to be a quiet community, not exposed to major traffic streets. It’s almost like living away from the city but just a stones throw away remarked one home owner. Within minutes one can be at the airport or at one of the major westside shopping malls or even to downtown Los Angeles baring traffic.

Mar Vista offers a wide variety of housing, ranging from the starter homes and multi family dwellings, to the sought after and expensive Westdale Trousdale neighborhood, made popular by its tree canopied streets and East Coast ambiance.

Sharing the same distance to the ocean as Brentwood, Mar Vista borders the area of Santa Monica known as, Sunset Park. Prices are at least 20% less in Mar Vista than in Sunset Park with streets and living conditions equally appealing in many cases.

Mar Vista has become an amazing “destination location”. As Venice becomes overpopulated and beyond affordability, buyers are spilling over to Mar Vista enjoying a great public school system and nice tree-lined streets. Also, attracting buyers is the new metro line and the 12 acre Google campus in nearby Playa Vista. Playa Vista is drawing buyers to Mar Vista, offering close proximity for executives from Yahoo, Facebook, and other technology startups.

Mar Vista provides good value to the first time homebuyer. Prices begin at $1,000,000 and exceed $3,500,000. Generally, a two bedroom, one bathroom home with 1000 square feet will sell for +/- $1,100,000. A 1500 square foot home would sell for $1,200,000 to $1,400,000 and up from there. Recently there have been a number of new construction homes ranging from smaller homes on smaller lots around $2,300,000 to larger homes on larger lots up to $3,600,000.

One of the few affordable westside areas providing a wonderful climate and close proximity to beaches.

When speaking with residents of the area, there is always immediate comment made to their love for the coastal breezes the proximity to ocean and the smog free clean air common to the area. People enjoy the environment, the clean air and closeness to the bike path and nearby Marina del Rey restaurants. Mar Vista is also freeway close to everything but nestled in a far more rural environment than other such conveniently located areas. Mar Vista tends to be a quiet community, not exposed to major traffic streets. It’s almost like living away from the city but just a stones throw away remarked one home owner. Within minutes one can be at the airport or at one of the major westside shopping malls or even to downtown Los Angeles baring traffic.

Mar Vista offers a wide variety of housing, ranging from the starter homes and multi family dwellings, to the sought after and expensive Westdale Trousdale neighborhood, made popular by its tree canopied streets and East Coast ambiance.

Sharing the same distance to the ocean as Brentwood, Mar Vista borders the area of Santa Monica known as, Sunset Park. Prices are at least 20% less in Mar Vista than in Sunset Park with streets and living conditions equally appealing in many cases.

Mar Vista has become an amazing “destination location”. As Venice becomes overpopulated and beyond affordability, buyers are spilling over to Mar Vista enjoying a great public school system and nice tree-lined streets. Also, attracting buyers is the new metro line and the 12 acre Google campus in nearby Playa Vista. Playa Vista is drawing buyers to Mar Vista, offering close proximity for executives from Yahoo, Facebook, and other technology startups.

Mar Vista provides good value to the first time homebuyer. Prices begin at $1,000,000 and exceed $3,500,000. Generally, a two bedroom, one bathroom home with 1000 square feet will sell for +/- $1,100,000. A 1500 square foot home would sell for $1,200,000 to $1,400,000 and up from there. Recently there have been a number of new construction homes ranging from smaller homes on smaller lots around $2,300,000 to larger homes on larger lots up to $3,600,000.