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Famed for its Bohemian and laid-back atmosphere, Venice is the epitome of classic SoCal vibes. This buzzing beach town is home to the iconic Venice Boardwalk, which has dozens of restaurants and shops, people skateboarding and biking along the boardwalk, eye-catching murals, art installations and galleries, and more. Angelenos from all over come to Venice to surf, sunbathe at the beach, visit the famous canals, or dine at one of the tasty cafés in the area. Abbot Kinney Boulevard is a foodie hotspot that draws in both locals and tourists for the trendy coffee bars, organic cafés, and stylish boutiques. Although you feel as if you're in a beach town in its world, there are plenty of amenities in the area like parks, grocery stores, banks, schools, and public transportation. A boardwalk that stretches over two miles, diverse residents, an endless parade of street performers and classic, vintage Californian architecture, Venice is the artsy neighborhood creative types yearn for. Courtesy of Redfin.


Welcome to Venice

Home to a vibrant surfing and skate culture, Venice maintains an edgy coolness that has long attracted the city’s free spirits.

Venice was founded in the early 1900’s by a tobacco millionaire, Abbot Kinney. The area was originally a beach resort set on two miles of ocean front property. It was an independent city until 1926 when it merged with Los Angeles.

With ocean exposure, a boardwalk that stretches over two miles, an endless parade of street performers, and classic Californian architecture, Venice is among the city’s hottest neighborhoods.

The Neighbors

Surfers, skaters, entrepreneurs, and artists.

Over the past several years, a slew of artists, restauranteurs, and designers have entered Venice, imbuing the area with a creative, innovative sensibility.

What to Expect

Bike rides along the beach, boardwalk culture, and premier surfing.

Venice locals enjoy the town’s creative atmosphere, tasty food, and of course, the shoreline. With perhaps the best waves on the southern California coast, Venice beaches draw ocean enthusiasts from every corner of the city.

The Lifestyle

Hip, hyperlocal, and beach-driven.

Venice’s reputation as a laid-back beach town is well-deserved. Its stylish locals appreciate and support the plentiful food, coffee, and fashion establishments scattered throughout town—places like Gjelina, Salt and Straw, and Blue Bottle Coffee have devoted fan bases.

Unexpected Appeal

Secluded side streets.

While the beach and boardwalk see their share of crowds, its residential streets sometimes provide a quiet respite.

The Market

A varied mix of newly developed apartment buildings and modern homes.

Homes in Venice are predominantly modern and beautifully designed. The lots tend to be smaller compared with other LA neighborhoods, spiking the beach town vibe with a surprisingly urban feel.

You'll Fall in Love With

The vibrancy and effortlessness of this urban surfer hub.

Offering perfect waves, bustling boardwalk, beautiful homes, and community sensibility, locals prize Venice as one of LA’s most vital beach communities.

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