Welcome to Venis

Venice was founded in 1905 as a seaside resort town. It joined the City of Los Angeles in 1926. Today, Venice is known for its canals, beaches, and the circus-like Ocean Front Walk, a two-and-a-half-mile promenade that features performers, artists, and vendors. Venice Beach is one of the world’s most iconic stretches of coastline.

The neighborhood mixes high-end with vintage charm, and is a prime shopping destination for both locals and visitors. Many modern homes have been built along the boardwalk overlooking the ocean and beautiful bungalows line the streets with unique architectural designs.

Real Estate Insights

Properties in Venice have become very sought-after in recent years as tech industry leaders have set up in the area, carving out Venice Beach’s new reputation as “Silicon Beach”. A diverse range of housing options are available in Venice such as single-family residences, loft-style live/work studios, turn-of-the-century Craftsman-style homes, bungalows, and custom contemporary homes.

Buyers looking to purchase a home in Venice can expect a competitive market starting around $1.7-1.9 million.

People and Lifestyle

This oceanfront enclave has plenty of attractions for both its residence and visitors. Some of the events include Abbott Kinney 1st Fridays, when shops stay open late and have special events with live music, food and drink, and special sales; the Venice Art Walk with open artist studios;  the annual Venice Garden Tour in May that showcases unusual, delightful, and original tastes of home owners. Another celebrated local feature is the Venice Historic Canal District. This neighborhood is lined with waterways and the design is based on the charming Italian city from which Venice Beach takes its name.

Schools

Public schools in Venice are in the Los Angeles Unified School District. Schools found within the area include the top-rated Broadway Elementary School and Animo Venice Charter High School. There are also several private institutions in the neighborhood such as the Venice Lutheran School and Saint Mark School.

One of the highest-ranking schools in the neighborhood is the Broadway Elementary School, which is rated an 8.