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Here’s what $820K buys around LA

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See what that price buys in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Pico-Robertson to Pasadena

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: $820,000.

Front lawn
Living room with brick fireplace
Bedroom Photos by Rancho Photos, courtesy Lewis Ebersole/Re/Max
Back deck leading to yard
Long Beach

Located in Long Beach’s California Heights historic district, this 1930s Spanish-style home has original hardwood floors, arched entryways, and a brick-lined fireplace in the living room. The house has three bedrooms and two bathrooms spread across 1,500 square feet of floor space. Sitting on a 5,776-square-foot lot, it has a wide front patio and a wooden deck in the back with room for outdoor dining. Asking price is $825,000.

Furnished living room
Bedroom with wide window
Kitchen with new appliances Photos by Charmaine David, courtesy Tracy Do, Taylor Morphy/Compass
Rooftop deck
North Hollywood

How about something brand new? This small-lot home in North Hollywood’s Arts District is looking for its first owner. It’s got three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms spread across three levels. Inside are oak floors, contemporary appliances, and airy living spaces. A rooftop deck has ample seating space and views across the neighborhood. Asking price is $815,000, with monthly fees of $90.

Living room with fireplace
Dining area alongside kitchen
Bedroom with sliding door Photos by Shawn Conro, courtesy Scott Price, Janice Hou/Compass
Second bedroom

This light-filled condo less than a block from Pico Boulevard has a roomy 1,280 square feet of floor space, accentuated by 12-foot ceilings and walls of glass. The unit also has wood floors, a mini bar, and a gas fireplace in the living room. Containing two bedrooms and two bathrooms, it also comes with access to a fitness center and additional storage space. Asking price is $829,000, with HOA dues of $360 per month.

Apartment building seen from the street
Living room
Bedroom Via Vivian Yoon, Esther Ji/Highland Premiere
Dining room with bonus space

A few blocks south of Wilshire Boulevard, this low-key 1960s condo has open interiors, illuminated by large windows and recessed overhead lighting. The spacious residence has 1,340 square feet of floor space, with two bedrooms and two bathrooms, plus in-unit laundry and a full bar. Asking price is $820,000, with HOA dues of $400 per month.

White-colored house with grassy yard
Living room with wood floors
Formal dining room Via Luis Hong, Caroline Zhong/Keller Williams
Large side yard

Here’s a lovely turn-of-the-century residence built in 1903 on a wide 10,217-square-foot lot just a few blocks from where the Rose Bowl now stands. Inside, the 1,741-square-foot home has four bedrooms and three bathrooms, along with a formal dining room and a laundry room. A detached garage sits alongside the house, and there’s a small wooden deck in the back. Asking price is $819,000.


Which home or condo around $820,000 would you choose?

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  • 26%
    Long Beach
    (85 votes)
  • 16%
    North Hollywood
    (51 votes)
  • 8%
    (27 votes)
  • 11%
    (37 votes)
  • 36%
    (116 votes)
316 votes total Vote Now