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: $625,000.
Let’s start in Canoga Park, where you’ll find this lovely midcentury home constructed in 1957. Featuring vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, and multiple fireplaces, it’s equipped with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The 1,863-square-foot home sits on a spacious 7,755-square-foot lot. The backyard has plenty of patio space and an in-ground spa; the home is fronted by a grassy lawn and attached garage. Asking price is $630,000.
Built in 1950, this three-bedroom home in Valley Glen has plenty of postwar-era charm, with hardwood floors, French doors, and vintage kitchen tile. The house has a single bathroom and 1,040 square feet of living space. Sitting on a 7,604-square-foot lot, it’s also got a covered back deck, an attached garage, and a swimming pool. Asking price is $635,000.
This Santa Monica condo offers one bedroom and one bathroom tucked into a compact 568 square feet of living space. Built in 1964, the unit has hardwood floors and built-in shelving, with a kitchen equipped with a gas stove and dishwasher. The condo also has multiple balcony spaces with space for outdoor seating. Asking price is $629,000, with HOA dues of $257 per month.
This unusual Montecito Heights residence was constructed in 1902 but has been significantly overhauled in recent years. Perched high above the sidewalk, its most appealing feature is a large front porch and a separate patio with views around the neighborhood. The home has three bedrooms and one bathroom with 840 square feet of living space. Sitting on a 5,798-square-foot lot with a garage and a small side yard, it’s asking $619,900.
Overlooking the Port of LA, this San Pedro home is compact but functional, with three bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms spread across 980 square feet of living space. Equipped with an open kitchen and living area, it’s been recently updated with a new roof and a renovated bathroom. Sitting on a 4,501-square-foot lot, the house has a bit of patio space in the back, along with a fire pit and a jacuzzi. Asking price is $629,900.
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