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Los Angeles home comparisons: What $725K buys you around LA

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It’s enough for a three-bedroom in Altadena—tiki bar included

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 or condos within $10,000 of today’s price: $725,000.

Front of home
Living room with fireplace
Mint-colored kitchen
Family room with fireplace Via Tom Barseghian, Keller Williams Realty

↑ This charming little two-bedroom home in Burbank offers hardwood floors, diamond grille windows, beamed ceilings, and multiple fireplaces. Built in 1940, it retains many vintage elements, including the kitchen cabinetry and a yellow-tiled bathroom. The 1,578-square-foot home is on a 7,484-square-foot lot with a two-car garage and a small backyard. Asking price is $725,000 even.

Blue house with grassy front lawn
Living room with stone fireplace
Tiki bar Via Tracy Do, Compass Realty

↑ If an in-house tiki bar is on your list of must-haves, this three-bedroom residence in Altadena should be a strong option. The 1,550-square-foot residence also includes two bathrooms, parquet flooring, and a hearty stone fireplace in the living room. Situated on a 7,536-square-foot lot, it has a little bit of yard and a two-car garage as well. Asking price is $719,000.

Exterior of home with pergola
Dining room and kitchen
Master bedroom
Bedroom with sliding closet

↑ Here’s a three-bedroom home in Highland Park with two bedrooms and 1,360 square feet of living space. Built in 1921, it’s been given a thorough overhaul over the past few months and now offers remodeled bedrooms, bathrooms, and kitchen. Situated on a small lot just under 3,000 square feet in size, the property has a carport and a pergola-shaded patio. Asking price is $735,000.

Exterior of loft building
View of kitchen
View toward panel of windows
Rooftop pool Via Liz Gottainer, Douglas Elliman

↑ Meanwhile, in the Arts District, this one-bedroom condo in the 1920s Toy Factory Lofts building offers 986 square feet of high-ceilinged living space. Featuring concrete floors, a single bathroom, and stainless steel kitchen appliances, the unit is kept well lit by a wall of windows facing Industrial Street. Building amenities include a gym and rooftop pool. Asking price is $725,000, with HOA dues of $428 per month.

Brown home from front lawn
Living room
Kitchen with tile
Backyard with orange tree Via Jonathan Montenegro, Rodeo Realty

↑ This cozy 1,151-square-foot home in Valley Glen offers three bedrooms and one bathroom. Built in 1942, it has hardwood floors and what appear to be original tile countertops in the kitchen. On a 5,700-square-foot lot, it also has a detached two-car garage and a backyard shaded by a tall orange tree. Asking price is $719,000.


Which home around $725,000 would you choose?

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  • 29%
    (391 votes)
  • 16%
    (210 votes)
  • 30%
    Highland Park
    (394 votes)
  • 15%
    Arts District
    (206 votes)
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    Valley Glen
    (111 votes)
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