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Los Angeles house comparison: What $750K buys you right now

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Which would you choose?

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 within $10,000 of today’s price: $750,000.

Pasadena house from front
Living room with fireplace
Dining area

↑ This 1901 home in northern Pasadena has plenty of great features, including a tiled fireplace, custom built-ins, and a vintage 1950s stove (which could be a plus or a minus, we suppose). The 1,802-square-foot home has four bedrooms, one-and-a-half baths, and sits on an 8,680-square-foot lot. It’s asking $749,999.

Front of house with lots of vegetation
Living room with fireplace
Backyard space with brick patio

↑ This little Spanish-style home in Glendale was built in 1926 and has two bedrooms and one bath. Located on a 6,825-square-foot lot, it includes hardwood floors and a living room fireplace on the interior, with a brick patio and fruit trees in the lush backyard. The 1,202-square foot home is asking $749,000.

Front of house with colorful fence
Open living room and kitchen

↑ This mini Craftsman in Echo Park appears to be newly flipped. The 720-square-foot home sold in July for $530,000, and it’s now back on the market with a colorful fence, new flooring, and a Nest thermostat. The house has two bedrooms and one bath. Located on a tiny 2,245-square-foot lot, it’s asking $749,900.

View of house from the street
Large open living space
Bathroom with tub and sinks

↑ You could be the first-ever owner of this recently-built El Sereno home. With 1,903 square feet of living space, the house has four bedrooms and three bathrooms. Features include an open living space, built-in shelving, and multiple balconies. The home is situated on a 4,899-square-foot lot and doesn’t have much of a yard, but does include a two-car garage. Asking price is $745,555.

View of house and front lawn
Living room with hardwood floors

↑ Here’s a home in Mid City’s historic Wellington Square neighborhood that’s hitting the market for the first time since 1953, according to the listing. Built in 1920, it looks to be in need of a few updates, but boasts original hardwood floors and an elegant living room fireplace. The three-bedroom, one-bath residence is located on a 6,085-square-foot lot and is asking $749,900.