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: $735,000.
This straightforward Pasadena home was built in 1921 and retains its original hardwood floors, along with built-in shelving, French doors, and some nice vintage bathroom tile. The 1,008-square-foot dwelling has two bedrooms and one bathroom, along with a formal dining room and a recently remodeled kitchen. Sitting on a 7,249-square-foot lot, the home has an enclosed backyard and a detached garage. Asking price is $739,900.
This small-lot home in Valley Glen hasn’t even been finished yet, and there’s still time to customize the interior to your liking. The residence has three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms spread across three levels, with 1,950 square feet of living space. The living area leads out to a private balcony and there’s also a rooftop deck with plenty of sitting and dining space. Asking price is $741,900, with a community fee of $125 per month.
This condo is located in the heart of Downtown LA’s Financial District, just a few blocks from both Pershing Square and the Seventh Street/Metro Center subway station. The unit has 1,180 square feet of living space, with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Interior features include tall ceilings and hardwood floors. The building has a fitness center, and this unit comes with two parking spaces. Asking price is $735,000, with HOA dues of $690 per month.
Terrific views and midcentury vibes are the big selling points for this Eagle Rock home, built in 1963. It’s got two bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms, with open living spaces and a cheery color scheme. The living room leads out to a covered balcony. Sitting on a 4,785-square-foot lot on a hillside, the 1,065-square-foot home has an attached carport and a basement for extra storage space. Asking price is $729,000.
If easy access to the beach is a priority, try this Malibu townhouse, located right off the PCH above Paradise Cove. The 1,378-square-foot space has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, with vaulted ceilings and glass sliding doors that lead out to private decks. Shared amenities include a swimming pool, spa and community club house. Asking price is $735,000, but the HOA dues aren’t cheap. They’ll cost you $855 per month.
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