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: $570,000.
This cozy Pasadena home was built in the 1920s and features updated electrical wiring and a new HVAC system. The 944-square-foot residence has two bedrooms and a bathroom, with hardwood floors and a vintage tile fireplace in the living room. Sitting on a 4,222-square-foot lot, the house has an enclosed backyard with patio space and a detached garage. Asking price is $579,950.
This airy condo is located in Culver City’s Lakeside Villas community, right next to West Los Angeles College. The unit has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, with 942 square feet of living space and two private patios with plenty of room for outdoor seating and dining. Other features include a living room fireplace and in-unit laundry. The complex boasts lushly landscaped grounds, a clubhouse, and multiple swimming pools and water features. Asking price is $569,000, with HOA dues of $500 per month.
This Glendale cottage sits right alongside the 5 freeway, but it’s also just a hop, skip, and a jump (so to speak) from the northern entrance to Griffith Park. Built in 1939, the charming little home has hardwood floors and a classic kitchen with tile countertops. The interior includes two bedrooms, one bathroom, and 912 square feet of living space. The 4,853-square-foot lot contains a grassy lawn and a backyard with an orange tree. Asking price is $565,000.
This one-bedroom unit in West Hollywood can be found in a 1960s building, but has been recently updated with new appliances, floors, fixtures, and countertops. The unit has a remodeled bathroom and 688 square feet of interior space with access to a private balcony. Shared amenities include a pool, rooftop deck, and access to an underground garage. Asking price is $565,000, with HOA dues of $349 per month.
This Lake Balboa home sits just south of Northridge and offers a bit more space than the other options on this list. With three bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms, and 1,618 square feet of living space, it’s got plenty of potential as a family residence. Built in 1951, it has parquet floors, sliding glass doors, and a kitchen that looks to be in fairly original condition. The house sits on a 5,999-square-foot lot with a lush backyard that has a gazebo and citrus trees. Asking price is $569,000.
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