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: $850,000.
↑ We’ll start with a four-bedroom home in East Hollywood—just south of the 101 freeway. Built in 1915, the 1,546-square-foot Craftsman-style residence sits on a 4,840-square-foot lot. Interior features include hardwood floors, crown moldings, and built-in shelving. The kitchen and bathrooms have been updated since the home last sold in December (for $604,000). Asking price is $850,000.
↑ This unit in the Arts District’s Molino Street Lofts building has one bedroom and one bathroom, with a total of 1,357 square feet of living space. The open floor plan includes a roomy kitchen and living area, leading to a private balcony. The condo comes with a parking spot and access to the building’s rooftop pool and fitness center. Asking price is $849,000, with HOA dues of $410 per month.
↑ Located on the border of West Hills and Canoga Park, this three-bedroom residence sits on a woodsy half-acre lot with gardens and fruit trees. The 1,752-square-foot 1950s ranch house has hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, stained glass windows, and a very ornately tiled master bathroom. Asking price is $850,000.
↑ Per the listing, this 1953 Long Beach residence was designed by influential Southern California modernist Cliff May. Though the 1,633-square-foot home has been significantly updated since its construction, it still features hallmarks of May’s style—including vaulted ceilings and plenty of indoor-outdoor access. The three-bedroom home sits on a 5,201-square-foot lot with a swimming pool and guest house. Asking price is $849,000.
↑ Here’s a roomy two-bedroom unit in West Hollywood that has been recently updated with oak floors, new kitchen appliances, and contemporary bathroom fixtures. The 1,445-square-foot condo has an open living area, a private deck, and direct access to the shared swimming pool. Asking price is $849,000, with HOA dues of $500 per month.
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