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 or condos within $10,000 of today’s price: $440,000.
We’ll start in East Hollywood with this one-bedroom condo in a fun 1950s courtyard complex. The unit has been recently overhauled and features a kitchen with updated appliances, a remodeled bathroom, and new lighting fixtures throughout. The condo has 800 square feet of living space with an in-unit washer and dryer, along with a roomy balcony. Asking price is $439,900, with HOA dues of $225 per month.
Meanwhile in San Pedro, here’s a 114-year-old house looking for a new caretaker. The small home has two bedrooms and a bathroom spread across 1,021 square feet of floor space. It sits on a 5,000 square-foot-lot with gardens in the back, along with an avocado tree. There’s even a basement for a little extra storage space. Asking price is $434,000.
On the other side of the harbor is this showy condo in Long Beach’s historic Wilmore Building. The one-bedroom unit has 1,069 square feet of living space, with stone floors and custom moldings. The kitchen has been remodeled and features new appliances and a gas range. Building amenities include an elegant lounge and a rooftop deck. Asking price is $440,000, with HOA dues of $515 per month.
This Arleta home was built in 1950s and boasts wood floors and unusual wood-paneled ceilings. The 1,088-square-foot residence has two bedrooms and a bathroom, along with a step-down den and a covered patio with a second kitchen and a built-in barbecue. The home sits on a 6,451-square-foot lot with a backyard and detached garage. Asking price is $449,000.
This Pasadena condo has one bedroom and one bathroom, with 844 square feet of living space. The 1960s unit has wood floors and built-in shelving, along with a roomy bedroom and a private patio with space for outdoor seating. Building amenities include a pool, spa, fitness center, and barbecue area. Asking price is $438,880, with HOA dues of $420 per month.
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