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Curbed Comparisons: What $799K buys in Northeast Los Angeles

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From Highland Park to Montecito Heights

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: $799,000.


Via Carmine Sabatella, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices

Built in 1909, this remodeled Craftsman-style in Montecito Heights holds three bedrooms and two bathrooms in 1,365 square feet. The home features a standout river rock fireplace, a marble-filled kitchen, and an ample backyard. Last sold in 2001 for $170,000 (!), it’s on the market now for $799,000.

Via Aldo Linares, Keller Williams

Stylishly updated with patterned kitchen tiles, white walls, and a wood fence, this sunny Spanish-style bungalow in measures 1,187 square feet and holds three bedrooms and 1.75 baths. It’s located on the border of Eagle Rock and Highland Park, and built in 1925, it’s flipping back to the market for $799,000 after selling for $627,000 in August 2017.

Via Peter Paik, GMC Realty Advisors

If you beautiful views on your wishlist, here’s a contender: a 1960s home with lovely hilltop views from the living room, kitchen, and wood deck. The 1,862-square-foot house, which holds three bedrooms and two baths, is split on two levels, with an “artists studio” on the lower level. The Highland Park property is listed for $799,000.

Via Patrick Crane, L.A. Property Solutions, Inc.

This Highland Park house is located along the busy thoroughfare of Figueroa Street. That’s a downside for buyers looking for a respite, but this is a live-work property, and that location is bound to be good for business. The site includes a two-bedroom, one-bathroom home; a one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment; and a storefront or office. It’s listed for $799,000.