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: $750,000.
We’ll start things off with this two-bedroom home in Sherman Oaks. Built in 1955, it’s got hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, a classic midcentury kitchen, and sliding glass doors that lead to the backyard swimming pool and a pergola-shaded patio. The house has 1,692 square feet of living space and sits on a 5,700-square-foot lot with a carport framed by its jauntily sloping roofline. Asking price is $760,000.
This late modern condo in Westwood has a surprisingly woodsy feel. A row of trees fronts the building, and sliding doors within the unit lead out to a lushly landscaped patio. The condo has two bedrooms and two bathrooms spread across a spacious 1,364 square feet of living space. Building amenities include a swimming pool, hot tub, and sauna. Asking price is $750,000, with HOA dues of $638 per month.
Here’s a flip in Altadena with a classic ranch-style exterior and a fully updated interior. The 1,062-square-foot residence has three bedrooms and two bathrooms with an open living and dining area and a kitchen with contemporary appliances and quartz countertops. It sits on an 8,451-square-foot lot with a large back patio and plenty of room for a garden. Asking price is $749,000.
It’s hard to beat the views from this 31st-floor unit in Long Beach’s International Tower (the round high-rise seen in the opening scene of Lethal Weapon). The two bedroom unit has a pair of bathrooms and 1,080 square feet of living space, to go along with walls of glass and a large balcony accessible from nearly every room. Building amenities include a fitness center, swimming pool, and lounge. Asking price is $759,000, with HOA dues of $666 per month.
Built in 1957, this Van Nuys residence has some nice midcentury features, including beamed ceilings, a brick living room fireplace, and easy indoor-outdoor access. The 2,010-square-foot home has a total of five bedrooms and three bathrooms, including an in-law unit with its own kitchenette. Sitting on a 6,320-square-foot lot with a detached garage and a pergola-shaded patio, it’s asking $749,000.
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