All About Our Community and our Homeowners Association:
We have a unique collection of homes and a very special park The Classics at Heritage Park is a Planned Unit Development (PUD) community located on a portion of Rancho La Ballona between Sepulveda and Jefferson Boulevards adjacent to Dobson neighbors and bounded on the South side by what is now Machado Road in Culver City, California. Our 57 Single-Family homes, a park, and the Kayne Eras Center/ Exceptional Children's Foundation), share the site where the Studio Drive-In movie theater existed from 1948 until 1998. The Culver City Historical Society created a certified limited edition framed collage of photos of the Drive-In and a piece of the actual screen, rescued from its demolition in 1998. Each original Homeowner was presented with this treasure at closing of escrow.
We are a mere 3.7 miles from the Pacific Ocean, 4 miles from LAX (Los Angeles Airport) and less than 11 miles South-West of Los Angeles downtown. We are due-South of Century City and Beverly Hills California.
We have homes that are of nine different combinations of three floor plans and three elevations (or exteriors), plus a park with an enclosed tot playground fully equipped for little kids to play, making ours a very unique community. Lee Homes was the contractor for the community. We are adjacent to several stores & markets, strip malls, a Post Office, dining establishments, a nearby large scale mall (Fox Hills), a new 'high-tech' mall called the Promenade on Hughes Parkway (with an IMAX and rocking-chair theatres at The Bridge), super stores for shopping and numerous dining establishments in a new clean and safe complex.
Incorporated as a city in 1917, Culver City is supported by an elected city council, a fully equipped and skillfully trained fire department, and a modern, responsive police department. Culver City has a fantastic school district with pre-school thru adult education within walking distance from our complex.
The Julia Dixon Public Library-also within walking distance of our community, maintains adult, teen, and children's materials in English, with collections in Spanish, Korean, Japanese, and Vietnamese.
With the re-vitalization of Downtown Culver City, we now have a delightful collection of shops, outdoor cafes and gourmet restaurants, art galleries, creative arts centers and hi-tech media facilities-all opening onto tree-lined promenades with lights that twinkle afer dark. Other Downtown enhancements include new movie theaters, parking structures, and the Kirk Douglas Theatre.
This has changed Culver City into one of the greatest places to live in California, and a model city within the United States. A large new Senior Citizens Center was also completed and opened in 2003, to serve the wide variety of our citizens.
Just East of the I-405 freeway and just North of the I-90 freeway, The Classics at Heritage Park is very conviently located for easy access in and out of this fanstastic community.