Westside Village is a residential neighborhood on the westside of Los Angeles County, California, bounded by National Boulevard to the north, Charnock Road to the south, Overland Avenue to the east and Sepulveda Boulevard to the west. The neighborhood shares a 90034 zip code with Palms, but Westside Village is designated "Zone 1" of the Mar Vista Community Council.
Westside Village was a created with affordability in mind. The houses averaged just 900 square feet (84 m2), had single car garages, and were built on lots of about 50 by 135 feet (15 by 41 m). In 1939-1940, the original homes sold for around US$4,000. Burns kept the prices affordable by selling the houses unpainted, the yards unplanted (while providing buyers with access to plants that could be purchased for 25 and 50 cents each) and by leaving the streets without sidewalks -- many of which remain without sidewalks to this day. The placement of Westside Village between what was then the MGM Studios in Culver City and the Douglas Aircraft Company in Santa Monica at a time when both the movie and aerospace industries were booming, made the homes in the development immediately desirable to workers of both facilities.