Fox Hills -Culver City California
Fox Hills is a neighborhood in Culver City California bordered by W. Slauson Ave. to the north, Centinela Avenue to the south, and the San Diego Freeway to the southwest. This neighborhood is primarily residential but only since about 1964 when it consisted primarily of undeveloped land, golf courses, and writing staples. It really developed in the 1970s with apartments, condominiums, single-family homes, and the Fox Hills Mall, an indoor shopping center that opened in 1975.
There are plenty of things to do and see including multiple parks such as Fox Hills Park located at the intersection of Green Valley Cir. and Buckingham Parkway. This 10-acre park includes playgrounds, sports courts and fields, jogging trails, picnic areas, grills and restroom facilities.
Although a smaller neighborhood, Fox Hills has a lot crammed into the smaller community. Trader Joe’s and Sprouts Farmers Market is located within Fox Hills as well as several shops, restaurants, a mashup of apartments and condominiums, and its ideal location at the intersection of Highway 90 and Interstate 405 makes it a perfect commuters place to live. You can easily jump on the highway or freeway to get to several other places throughout Los Angeles and Culver City. Planning a move to Fox Hills? Here’s what you should know.
The neighborhood is full of sidewalks, well lit streets, and a safe environment. Many folks walk their dogs, jog during the morning hours, or browse the many shops and restaurants at the mall and surrounding areas.
- “Great area to live it! I feel safe and take walks every day. There is also a park which is great for kids.”
- “This is a family orientated place.”
- “Very dog-friendly area!”
- “I have been living in [Fox Hills] for almost 10 years and it still feels like a tightknit community.”
Fox Hills is home to approximately 3500 residents and is part of the bigger Culver City, home to nearly 40,000 residents. This urban and suburban mix has a good collection of owners and renters. 54% of Culver City residents own their own homes and there’s a median home value of about $800,000 with a median rent of about $1800.
Although there are a few residential areas, it is Culver City’s most prominent commercial area due to the newly renovated Fox Hills Mall or now it’s called the renovated Westfield Mall. Sprawling out to the east and the south of the mall area our office parks, residential communities, condo buildings, and apartments. It’s a great place to live if you plan on walking to all of your daily amenities and services as well as commuting to other areas because of the close proximity to intersections, freeways, and highways.
Fox Hills Schools
Residents are part of the Los Angeles County school district and are assigned to the El Rincon elementary school, the Culver City middle school, and the Culver City high school. The schools receive excellent scores, reviews, and ratings from parents and students alike. All schools are less than 2 miles from most homes in Fox Hills.
“We love this school and are so glad we made the choice to send our son here. The STEAM program is amazing! The science labs, maker space, robotics club, music and art programs, after school programs, etc… Our son was a beginning reader when he started this year and with guidance of his amazing Kindergarten teacher and reinforcing learning at home, he moved up 3 reading levels in less than 4 months! We recommend this school to anyone who wants to be part of a culturally rich school which is full of diversity and has an amazing STEAM program as well.” – Niche.com (El Rincon Elementary School)
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