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: $680,000.
This Tujunga residence was built in 1953 and features airy interiors illuminated by walls of glass and wide panels of windows. The house has been recently renovated and it’s got a new HVAC system and surround sound speakers. Equipped with two bedrooms and one bathroom, the house has 1,133 square feet of floor space. Sitting on a 5,985-square-foot lot, it has an attached garage and an enclosed backyard with multiple patios. Asking price is $679,000.
How about this condo, located on the seventh floor of the Hollywood Versailles Tower, close to the intersection of Hollywood and La Brea? The 954-square-foot unit has one bedroom and two bathrooms, with a kitchen and bathrooms that have been recently remodeled and a private balcony. Shared amenities include a swimming pool, a fitness center, and a lobby lounge. Asking price is $685,000, and HOA dues are $803 per month.
This classic Spanish-style home in Highland Park was built in 1928. It sits on a compact 2,285-square-foot lot with patio space and a back deck that offers nice views across the neighborhood. Inside are original hardwood floors, though most of the house has been recently updated. It has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, with 1,142 square feet of living space. There’s even a basement with laundry and a bit of extra storage space. Asking price is $674,500.
This comfortable-looking home in Lake Balboa has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, with 1,246 square feet of living space. The kitchen has been recently renovated and offers new countertops and stainless steel appliances. The light-filled living room is equipped with a gas fireplace. Sitting on a grassy 6,001-square-foot lot with a detached garage in the back, the house is asking $679,900.
This Downtown LA condo is located in South Park’s EVO Lofts building. Measuring in at 1,020 square feet, it’s got a wide open floor plan (technically, it’s a one-bedroom, though there’s no dividing wall between the bedroom and the rest of the unit). The condo has wood floors, stainless steel appliances, a breakfast bar, and in-unit laundry. Building amenities include a swimming pool, a lounge, barbecue areas, and a fitness center. Asking price is $685,000, with HOA dues of $762 per month.
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