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: $850,000.
↑ This traditional-style three-bedroom home in Glendale features hardwood floors, built-in shelving, and long panels of windows. Built in 1923, the 1,698-square-foot residence is in need of some work, but offers a nice backyard with a large detached garage that could be converted into an office space. Asking price is $849,800.
↑ Here’s a decent postwar-era two-bedroom home in Sherman Oaks. Fronted by a good-sized front lawn, the 1,260-square-foot residence includes hardwood floors, wood paneling, and a brick fireplace in the living room. There’s also a grassy back yard and two-car garage. Asking price is $849,999.
↑ At 760 square feet, this recently remodeled two-bedroom home in Marina del Rey is cozy, but glass doors at the front and back entrances help keep it looking light and airy. Situated on a snug 2,496-square-foot lot, the home includes some nice outdoor spaces, including a back deck and seating area alongside the house. Asking price is $849,000.
↑ This two-bedroom home in Eagle Rock was built in 1937 and offers hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, and built-in shelving. Situated on a 9,792-square-foot lot, the 1,596-square-foot home is surrounded by a lushly landscaped yard and terraced gardens. A large balcony and front courtyard seem like good places to take in the scenery. Asking price is $849,000.
↑ This 1908 Craftsman in Altadena is still looking pretty grand after all these years. The four-bedroom home includes hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, crown moldings, vintage tile bathrooms, and a living room fireplace. The 2,701-square-foot home is situated on a one-third-acre lot with a grassy backyard laden with fruit trees. Asking price is $849,000.
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