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Here’s what $620K buys around LA

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See what that price gets in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Burbank to Long Beach

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: $620,000.

Living room
Kitchen
Bedroom Courtesy Janice Jeong Lee/Dream Realty
Balcony
Koreatown

In the heart of busy Koreatown is this sun-filled condo that boasts wide windows and 14-foot ceilings. The 1,073-square-foot unit has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, with an updated kitchen, in-unit laundry, and a walk-in closet in the master bedroom. It comes with two parking spots and extra storage space. Asking price is $619,000; HOA dues are $270 per month.

Front yard
Living room
Bedroom Photos by Thom Hartwick, courtesy Mary Hill/Compass Realty
Backyard
Lake Balboa

Here’s a pleasant little ranch house in the heart of the San Fernando Valley, situated on a 6,670-square-foot lot with a grassy front lawn and fruit trees. The 1950 residence has four bedrooms and two bathrooms, with 1,331 square feet of living space. Behind the house is a large backyard with a deck and a two-car garage. Asking price is $619,000.

Living room
Kitchen
Bathroom Photos by Salty Shutters, courtesy Jesse Weinberg, Vivian Lesny/Keller Williams
Balcony
Playa del Rey

Built in the 1960s, this Silicon Beach condo has an airy feel characteristic of that era. The 1,105-square-foot unit has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, with a large living room that opens to a private balcony. The condo comes with two parking spaces, and building amenities include extra storage and a rooftop deck. Asking price is $615,000, with HOA dues of $315 per month.

Front of house
Living room
Bathroom Photos by Stephen Clemons, courtesy Brad Korb Real Estate Group
Backyard
Burbank

This ranch house has plenty of potential, with appealing vintage features like the bathroom and kitchen tile, as well as the elegant brick fireplace in the living room. Built in 1950, the home has two bedrooms and one bathroom, with 1,053-square-feet of floor space. It sits on a 6,658-square-foot corner lot with a large front yard and patio space, along with a two-car garage in the back. Asking price is $619,916.

Front yard
Living room
Kitchen Via Brandon Caldarella/First Team Real Estate
Backyard
Long Beach

This 1930s Spanish-style residence has, per the listing, been recently updated with a newly overhauled kitchen, freshly installed lighting, and new plumbing. The 1,263-square-foot home retains some nice built-ins and a fireplace in the living room. Featuring three bedrooms and one bathroom, the house sits on a 6,471-square-foot lot with a huge backyard, a side patio, and a covered barbecue area. Asking price is $625,000.

Poll

Which home or condo around $620,000 would you choose?

This poll is closed

  • 21%
    Koreatown
    (306 votes)
  • 12%
    Lake Balboa
    (179 votes)
  • 6%
    Playa del Rey
    (97 votes)
  • 18%
    Burbank
    (263 votes)
  • 41%
    Long Beach
    (590 votes)
1435 votes total Vote Now