from the Mexican governor. Today Playa Del Rey real estate includes a mix of 1920’s
homes, beach cottages from the 1940’s and multi-million dollar elegant new houses.
Playa Del Rey also is home to Dockweiler Beach Park, a popular short term camping area for recreational vehicles. Playa del Rey is well known for beachfront dining and some of the best oceanfront views in California. This is all in addition to the fact that it is located only fifteen minutes from LAX.
Linked to its sister city Marina Del Rey by a pedestrian bridge, this seaside community offers all its amenities within walking distance. Your own means of transportation is entirely optional in this community.
The rolling hills are the result of ancient, wind-blown, compacted sand dunes which rise up to 125 feet above sea level originally called and often referred to as The Del Rey Hills or "The Bluffs". These dunes run parallel to the coast line, from Playa del Rey, all the way south to Palos Verdes.
Playa del Rey is bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the west, Marina del Rey and Ballona Creek to the north, Playa Vista to the northeast, Westchester to the east, Los Angeles International Airport and El Segundo to the south.
Playa del Rey is within the Los Angeles Unified School District.