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 this week with a two-bedroom bungalow in Eagle Rock, built in 1908. The 110-year-old wood floors are original and there’s some nice built-in shelving and a brick fireplace in the formal dining room. The 1,065-square-foot home has one bathroom, but there’s also a converted garage on the property with its own bathroom and a bit of extra living space. Sitting on a 4,589-square-foot lot with patio space and a brick barbecue out back, the house is asking $749,000.
This condo is located in a turret at Pasadena’s magnificent Castle Green. The two-bedroom unit has 1,382 square feet of floor space highlighted by a huge semi-circular living room. Picture windows, original wood door frames, and elegant light fixtures can be found throughout the house, and the bathroom has lovely vintage tile. Living in the building gets you access to the rooftop lounge and the extravagant common areas. Asking price is $748,000. HOA dues are $915 per month.
This classic ranch house in View Park-Windsor Hills was built in 1947 and boasts original hardwood floors and an elegant brick fireplace in the living room. The 1,315-square-foot residence has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, with an open living and dining area alongside the galley kitchen. The house sits on a 6,357-square-foot lot with a spacious backyard and an attached two-car garage. Asking price is $749,000.
Here’s another ranch-style home in Burbank, last sold six decades ago. The 1,052-square-foot home has two bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms, and plenty of potential. It’s equipped with wood floors, a vintage-style kitchen, and glass sliding doors leading out to a grassy backyard. The house sits on a 6,430-square-foot lot and features an attached garage and a covered back patio. Asking price is $745,000.
If space isn’t a priority, perhaps you’d be interested in a studio unit at Downtown LA’s new Metropolis megaproject? This 30th floor condo has 526 square feet of floor space, with all the basics—a kitchen, bathroom, and even an in-unit washer and dryer. The east-facing views will also be hard to beat. Building amenities include a swimming pool, fitness center, barbecue area, and lounges. Asking price is $749,900, with hefty HOA dues of $791 per month.
Which home or condo around $750,000 would you choose?
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