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Los Angeles home comparison: What $875K buys you around LA

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That’s enough for a one-bedroom condo in Santa Monica or a stately house in Pasadena

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: $875,000.

Living room with fireplace
Kitchen counter with built-in shelving
Bedroom with sliding door
Patio with deck furniture Via Stephanie Burns, Re/Max Grand

↑ This one-bedroom condo in Santa Monica’s Sea Colony II complex is just a block from the beach. The 1,081-square-foot unit includes two bathrooms, a living room fireplace, hardwood floors, and plenty of closet space. A private deck is accessed by sliding doors in the living room and bedroom. Building amenities include a pool, spa, two parking spaces, storage, and a fitness center. Asking price is $879,000, with HOA dues of $962 per month.

View of house with fountain in foreground
Living room with chandelier
Parlor with large mirror
Backyard area Via Aaron Montelongo, John Aaroe Group

↑ This stately Pasadena home was built in 1890 and currently sports an over-the-top interior design style that new owners could tone down a bit or amplify, depending on their predilections. The four-bedroom, three bathroom home has 2,176 square feet of floor space and sits on a sizable 10,271-square-foot lot. The large backyard area is entirely paved over for some reason, but could be redone as a very nice outdoor space. Asking price is $875,000.

Front of house
Living room with beamed ceiling
Kitchen
Pool Via Laura Stasytyte, Rodeo Realty

↑ Built in 1963, this three-bedroom Woodland Hills residence was designed by noted midcentury architect Charles DuBois. Features of the time capsule include beamed ceilings, a white brick fireplace, stone exterior walls, and sliding doors leading out to the backyard area, which features a curvy pool and spa. Asking price is $869,000.

Front courtyard
Living room with fireplace
Dining room and kitchen
Outdoor patio Via Wilbur Real Estate

↑ This 1931 Spanish-style home in Glendale has three-bedrooms, one full bathroom and two partial baths. Interior features include a tile-fronted fireplace, hardwood floors, and a large arched window in the living room. Situated on a 6,179-square-foot lot, the 1,711-square-foot house leads out to a pergola shaded patio and back garden. There’s also a detached two-car garage. Asking price is $885,000.

View of house with grassy front lawn
Living room with beamed ceiling
Step-up dining room
Backyard with pool Via Marla Reynolds, Keller Williams WMC

↑ On the market for the first time since 1964, this unusual Burbank residence was built in 1924 in an English cottage-y style. The three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath home features hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, bits of stained glass, and a rustic step-down living room. The 2,011-square-foot house is on a 6,089-square-foot lot, with a two-car garage and an above-ground pool in the backyard. Asking price is $869,000.

Poll

Which house around $875,000 would you choose?

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  • 15%
    Santa Monica
    (170 votes)
  • 22%
    Pasadena
    (245 votes)
  • 21%
    Woodland Hills
    (235 votes)
  • 24%
    Glendale
    (277 votes)
  • 16%
    Burbank
    (182 votes)
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