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Curbed Comparisons: What $750K buys around LA

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We’re exploring options in Sherman Oaks, Westwood, Altadena, Long Beach, and Van Nuys

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.

Front yard
Living room
Fireplace
Swimming pool Via Rita Nickels, Pacific Union International

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.

Building with trees in front
Brick walls and fireplace
Sliding glass door
Hot tub Via Teresa McCarthy, Schwier & Associates

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.

Front yard
Living room
Kitchen and dining room
Backyard Via Cindi Dameshek, Keller Williams

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.

International Tower
Living room
Balcony
Bedroom view Via Amy Hlad, Engel & Voelkers

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.

Front lawn
Brick fireplace
Living room with French doors
Patio with pergola Via Stan Volynsky, The Real Co.

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.

Poll

Which house or condo around $750,000 would you choose?

This poll is closed

  • 35%
    Sherman Oaks
    (349 votes)
  • 9%
    Westwood
    (95 votes)
  • 10%
    Altadena
    (101 votes)
  • 14%
    Long Beach
    (145 votes)
  • 29%
    Van Nuys
    (282 votes)
972 votes total Vote Now