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Homes in Venice are very expensive even by LA standards. You can find everything from original beach bungalows to brand new architectural masterpieces. As can be expected, the further west, closer to the ocean, the property is, the higher the price. But homes near the canals or Abbott Kinney Blvd may also receive a premium as will walk streets. As you go east of Lincoln Blvd expect to pay less, but not much less.
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Long known as a Bohemian artist community and more recently for its tech startups, Venice CA is one of the most unique and desirable places to live in coastal LA County.
When most people think of Venice, a few attractions come to mind: the world famous Boardwalk, the canals, Muscle Beach, the Skatepark and the shops and restaurants on Abbott Kinney Blvd.
The world famous 1.5 mile long "boardwalk" which is actually concrete, is one of the best places in LA for people watching. Along the west side of the walk you will often find dozens of street performers including musicians, mimes, fortune tellers, you name it. And some are actually quite good! On the east side of the walk there's a ton of storefronts selling the usual assortment of t-shirts and souvenirs.
The 3 miles of beach are and unparalleled venue for surfing, swimming, body boarding, roller balding, biking, playing volleyball or any other active beach activity you can think of. Bring your own toys or rent what you need from the many vendors.
This charming street of eclectic mostly local shops and restaurants is a unique hipster vibe neighborhood set at the beach. GQ once called it the "coolest block in America". Well actually it is a few blocks long stretching for about one mile of super cool shops, restaurants, and art galleries in the heart of Venice.
The canals were built in 1905 by developer Abbot Kinney as part of his Venice of America plan seeking to recreate the appearance and feel of Venice, Italy in Southern California.
But over time, the canals were viewed as outdated, and the bulk of the canals were filled in 1929 to create roads.
By 1940, the remaining canals had fallen into disrepair, and the sidewalks were condemned. The canals remained in poor condition fover 40 years, as numerous proposals to renovate the canals failed.
Finally by 1992 the canals were drained and new sidewalks and walls built. The canals re-opened in 1993 and have become a desirable and expensive residential section of the city. Homes along the canals are quite expensive today even by Venice standards.
Venice is bounded on the northwest by the Santa Monica city line. The northern apex of the Venice neighborhood is at Walgrove Avenue and Rose Avenue abutting the Santa Monica Airport. On the east the boundary runs north-south on Walgrove Avenue to the neighborhood's eastern apex at Zanja Street, thus including the Penmar Golf Course but excluding Venice High School. The boundary runs on Lincoln Boulevard to Admiralty Way, excluding all of Marina del Rey, south to Ballona Creek.