Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent or buy for a certain dollar amount in various LA 'hoods. We've found five homes and condos within $10,000 of today’s price: $750,000.
↑ Here’s a classic ranch house in Van Nuys with five bedrooms and three bathrooms spread across 2,010 square feet of living space. Built in 1957, the house has hardwood floors and beamed ceilings, along with a brick living room fireplace and French doors leading out to a large, pergola-shaded outdoor patio. The home sits on a 6,320-square-foot lot with a grassy lawn and a detached two-car garage. Asking price is $749,000.
↑ For a more urban feel, try this industrial-style unit in South Park’s Market Lofts building. Featuring concrete ceilings and exposed ductwork, the condo has an open floor plan with two bedrooms and two bathrooms in its 1,020 square feet of living space. The kitchen is outfitted with contemporary appliances, while the dining area leads out to a private balcony with space for outdoor seating. Building amenities include a swimming pol, spa, and fitness room. Asking price is $750,000, with HOA dues of $656 per month.
↑ This Northridge residence is a true time capsule. Built in 1955, it’s got hardwood floors, beamed and vaulted ceilings, a tile-filled kitchen, and a towering brick fireplace in the living room. The 2,196-square-foot residence has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. It sits on a one-third-acre lot with a large backyard, a swimming pool, and a two-car garage. Asking price is $750,000.
↑ Down in Long Beach is this two-bedroom condo just off Alamitos Beach. Located in the historic, 1922-built St. Regis building, the 1,250-square-foot unit boasts some excellent ocean views from its many wide windows. Interior features include hardwood floors, elegant moldings, and a den that could be used as a third bedroom. Asking price is $748,000, with HOA dues of $870 per month.
↑ This West Hollywood condo looks like a nice place to entertain a few friends. It’s got a huge bar and a private balcony, along with an open living area. The one-bedroom condo has a single bathroom, a kitchen equipped with newer appliances, and 731 square feet of living space. Building amenities include a tennis court, fitness center, swimming pool, and spa. Asking price is $750,000, with HOA dues of $497 per month.
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