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Los Angeles home comparison: What can you get for $800K?

A swimming pool in Sherman Oaks or easy access to transit in Koreatown

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 and condos within $10,000 of today’s price: $800,000.

Yellow house with grassy lawn
Living room with fireplace
Kitchen looking into dining room
Backyard with patio Via Bryn DeJardin, Berkshire Hathaway

↑ This traditional-style home in Glendale sits on a grassy 10,607-square-foot lot with plenty of yard space and a large back patio. The three-bedroom home has one and three quarters bathrooms and 1,779 square feet of living space. Built in 1940, it features hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, and an impressive stone fireplace in the living room. Asking price is $800,000 even.

View of condo building
Living room and long corridor
Kitchen with plenty of cabinetry
Office space Via John Hwang, Ivy Realty

↑ This swanky condo in Koreatown offers plenty of space and easy access to the nearby Wilshire/Western Metro station. The 1,520-square-foot unit has three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms, along with a private balcony. Building amenities include a fitness center, sun deck, and community media room. Asking price is $799,000. HOA dues are $585 per month.

Exterior of condo building
Dining room and kitchen
Living room with fireplace
Bedroom with door to balcony Via Eric Lavey, The Agency

↑ Here’s a multi-level townhome in West Hollywood with two bedrooms and two and a quarter bathrooms. The 1,493-square-foot residence is equipped with wood floors, tall windows, a living room fireplace, a balcony, and a rooftop deck. Asking price is $795,000, with HOA dues of $250 per month.

Exterior of home seen from front lawn
Living room with fireplace
Pool behind house Via Peter Loeffler, RE/MAX Premier Properties

↑ Is a swimming pool on your must-haves list? Consider then this three-bedroom home in Sherman Oaks. The 1,301-square-foot residence sits on a 6,750-square-foot lot with a classic kidney-shaped pool in back. Interior features include multiple fireplaces, hardwood floors, and some nice stained glass windows. Asking price is $799,000.

View of house from sidewalk
Dining room looking into kitchen
Open living room
Bedroom with sliding door to balcony Via Jessica Ervin, Brooke Realty

↑ Built in 1939, this 2,530-square-foot home in North Hollywood has been completely remodeled since it last sold in March. Featuring four bedrooms and three full bathrooms, the house also offers an open living and dining area and a long balcony accessed from the master bedroom. Situated on a 4,400-square-foot lot, the home’s small backyard is pretty uninspiring as of right now, but could become a nice outdoor space with a little TLC. Asking price is $799,900.


Which home around $800,000 would you choose?

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  • 22%
    (226 votes)
  • 5%
    (59 votes)
  • 22%
    West Hollywood
    (229 votes)
  • 35%
    Sherman Oaks
    (365 votes)
  • 13%
    North Hollywood
    (137 votes)
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