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A Private Hidden Community in Venice

Community in Venice

David Kramer has a new listing at 605-607 Westminster Ave, in Venice, California 90291

Welcome to Westminster Place, founded in 1912, a historic, private compound of 8 newly renovated bungalows that retain the charm of the original structures but offer updated amenities. There are 2, two bedroom units (one offers a loft and meditation room), 3 one bedroom units, and 3 studio units. Each bungalow is unique, but all feature hardwood floors, updated kitchens and baths, new electrical, plumbing, HVAC, windows and roofs. Some units feature front porches and trellises. Privately gated, this hidden community has lush landscaping, winding walkways, a water feature, communal fire pit, conversation areas and laundry rooms. Although close to Abbot Kinney and the Venice dining and shopping scene, this compound is a serene retreat.

This property is in the heart of Venice, and what makes the location of this property even better is that it is minutes from the beach, and the best shopping and restaurants in Venice.

Check out the list below of our favorite places in Venice Beach.

The Butcher’s Daughter, 1205 Abbot Kinney Blvd, Venice, California 90291

The Butcher’s Daughter

Start your day off at this plant-based restaurant, café, and juice bar on Abbot Kinney Blvd! From avocado toast, to acai bowls, to omelet’s and more this ever changing menu is designed so that you can “eat with the season.” In addition, to enjoying breakfast this local Venice spot offers brunch, lunch, and dinner.

Abbot Kinney Boulevard, Venice, California 90291

Abbot Kinney Boulevard

From popular shops to delicious restaurants this mile long street is truly a Venice destination. From flagship stores to boho-beach vibes you can discover it all here! The street comes alive throughout the many events held throughout the year from the annual Fall Abbot Kinney Festival to the food truck event – First Friday on Abbot Kinney to Holiday events there is always something occurring on this very busy street that you definitely do not want to miss.

Venice Canals, Venice, California 90292

Venice Canals

The Venice Canal Historic District is noteworthy for its man-made canals built in 1905 by developer Abbot Kinney as part of his Venice by America plan to recreate the appearance of Venice, Italy. Located right off 25th street in Venice Beach, this neighborhood of houses line five canals with sidewalks and bridges which allows you to experience this unique area.

Felix Trattoria, 1023 Abbot Kinney Blvd, Venice, California 90291

Felix Trattoria pasta menu

Latin for “happy or “lucky”, Felix is inspired by culinary traditions of regional Italy but made with locally grown California ingredients. This new hotspot on Abbot Kinney Blvd has been making waves in the Los Angeles food scene. Experience fresh pizza, pasta, fish and more made by Chef Evan Funke. Be sure to make a reservation in advance as one is hard to come by.

Venice Beach Boardwalk, Venice Beach, California 90291

Venice Beach Boardwalk

There is nothing more iconic than the Venice Beach Boardwalk, which stretches about one half a mile along the Pacific Ocean. Bike, Bird, or walk along the boardwalk where you will see everything from Muscle Beach, to performers, to basketball games on the public basketball court, and more. But if it’s a hot day you are just footsteps away from cooling off in the ocean.

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