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
↑ Curb appeal alert! From the outside, this single-family house in centrally-located Mid-City is quite darling. Inside, the interiors are generic (albeit colorful). The hardwood floors are nice, and while it measures just 964 square feet, it holds three bedrooms. It’s listed for $750,000.
↑ Over in Downtown LA, $745,000 can buy you a one-bedroom, two-bathroom condo with exposed brick and not one—but two—balconies. It’s located in a 1914 building abutting Spring Street Park, and there are countless bars and restaurants in walking distance, including Le Petit Paris on the ground-floor. Asking price is $745,000, and HOA fees will set you back an extra $583 per month.
↑ Are you and the fam looking to move to the burbs? May we suggest this house in Burbank? It looks perfect for a family—there’s a pool, grassy front yard, and three bedrooms. Plus, it looks move-in ready, and there’s an open floor plan. It’s listed for $759,000.
↑ This two-bedroom pad is located in the Valley, too, but it’s got a different vibe going on. Contemporary to the max, the newly-built, two-level townhouse in Sherman Oaks features glossy ceramic and laminate floors, a nook for a flatscreen TV, and fireplace. Monthly HOA dues are $398, and it’s listed for $749,000.
↑ Here’s a newly remodeled starter home on the border of burgeoning East Hollywood and super hip Silver Lake. Built in 1922, it measures 896 square feet and comes in at two bedrooms, one bathroom. The lot also holds a decently-sized backyard and a front porch. It’s asking $744,950.
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