Reynier Village

Getting to know Reynier Village

Reynier Village is a hidden gem of a neighborhood sandwiched between the Crestview Heights and Beverlywood neighborhoods. It offers a fantastic location; within a quick drive to the 10 freeway, it gives residents an efficient commute to any area of the Los Angeles area. In recent years, it has attracted many professionals and young families who like its proximity to employment cents like Culver City, Century City and Beverly Hills as well as some many schools and houses of worship.

Popular Reynier Park is in the heart of Reynier Village. With a playground, a basketball court and a green space, it is a great place to walk your dog, work-out or play with your kids. The Reynier Village Neighborhood Association (RVNA) also hosts communal dinners in the park, as well as movie nights in the summer. Reynier Village is extremely convenient to almost any destination in the city. It is just above Venice Blvd. and the 10 freeway, with the 405 less than two miles to the west. The Expo Line, taking you to either Santa Monica or Downtown, is also extremely close, at the intersection of Venice and Robertson Blvd.. Reynier Village is within half an hour’s drive of Downtown Los Angeles and the beach, within 20 minutes of Hollywood and within 10 minutes of Beverly Hills and Century City. Los Angeles International Airport is less than 30 minutes away, less when the traffic is good.

At one edge of the neighborhood is La Cienega Plaza with an LA Fitness, a Smart and Final, a yoga studio, a pharmacy and more. Also close is Beverly Hills, and downtown Culver City, one of the hottest dining and nightlife destinations in Los Angeles, is just minutes to the south. There foodies flock to restaurants and watering holes like Father’s Office, Public School, Akasha and The Wallace. Sony Pictures Entertainment, located on the old MGM Studios lot on Washington Blvd., is one of the biggest employers in the area.

Local students are served by several a number of great school options, both public and private. The Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies (LACES), a public magnet school which has ranked as one of the Top 100 Public Schools in the nation, is located in nearby Faircrest Heights on 18th St. Private school options include The Willows, Echo Horizon, Turning Point, Hillel, Bais Chaya Mushka Chabad School, Cheder Menachem School and the Ateret Israel School, YULA and many others. The Beverlywood Swim School, on Robertson Blvd in the heart of Reynier Village, is a great place for kids to learn swimming.

Most of the houses in Reynier Village are Spanish style and many have fabulous period details. The majority of homes are single-story, but many have been expanded or added onto. Single-family residences in the neighborhood range between $700,000 to over $1,000,000.