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5 Starter Homes in Up and Coming Boyle and Lincoln Heights

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Back in February, with the writing on the wall that Highland Park is already deep into its gentrification, we set about trying to find "the next Highland Park." Curbed readers voted on the neighborhoods they thought were most ripe for a rebirth and throughout Rookie Roosts Week we'll be surveying potential starter homes in some of those neighborhoods--in up and coming areas, first-time buyers can get more bang for their buck, before waves of yogurt and yoga places drive home prices up. Today we visit Boyle Heights and its neighbor to the north, Lincoln Heights.

591 E. Ave. 28
Price: $309,900
Bedrooms/bathrooms: 3/2
Square feet: 1,100
Extras: Redone kitchen, front and side yards

3014 Johnston St.
Price: $329,900
Bedrooms/bathrooms: 2/2
Square feet: 1,380
Extras: New roof, central A/C and heat, "little office area,"

925 N. Hicks Ave.
Price: $189,800
Bedrooms/bathrooms: 2/1
Square feet: 664
Extras: Basement

1122 Calada St.
Price: $269,900
Bedrooms/bathrooms: 3/2
Square feet: 1,100
Extras: Backyard

1104 S. Dacotah St.
Price: $237,500
Bedrooms/bathrooms: 4/2.25
Square feet: 1,465
Extras: Wood floors, privacy fence
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