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: $925,000.
Here’s a 1920s Spanish-style home that features some nice period-appropriate details, including a barrel ceiling, arched windows, and an original fireplace adorned with decorative bricks and a wall niche above the mantle. The 1,556-square-foot house has two bedrooms and one bathroom, with a large, light-filled family room. Sitting on a 6,750-square-foot lot, the house has a lush front yard and a covered patio and a swimming pool in the back. Asking price is $925,000.
This spacious unit in the condo capital of Downtown LA has two bedrooms and two bathrooms spread across 1,732 square feet of floor space. Located in the Grand Lofts building, an industrial structure converted to residential in 2005, the condo has wood floors and concrete walls, with floor-to-ceiling windows and an open floor plan. Amenities available to residents include a swimming pool, fitness center, and barbecue areas. Asking price is $932,000, with HOA dues of $474 per month.
Built in 1932, this Burbank residence is flush with nifty details, from the mighty sea vessel carved into the front door to the gorgeous tile bathroom and the beamed and vaulted living room ceiling. The 1,518-square-foot home has two bedrooms and a single bathroom, along with a formal dining room and a sun room. It sits on a 7,807-square-foot lot near Wildwood Canyon Park, with a grassy lawn and a guest house with its own bathroom. Asking price is $919,500.
This airy unit can be found in Santa Monica’s Pico neighborhood. It’s got two bedrooms and three bathrooms, with open living spaces and bamboo floors. The multi-story unit has 1,401 square feet of floor space and includes a private balcony and in-unit laundry. A pair of parking spaces can be found in an underground lot below the building. Asking price is $925,000, with HOA dues of $200 per month.
Less than a mile from King Harbor, this pleasant little beach cottage was built in the 1920s but has been recently updated with new flooring, windows, and appliances. The 704-square-foot home has two bedrooms and one bathroom. Its many quaint features include a Dutch door in the front, a brick patio in the back, and French doors that lead out to an enclosed side deck. Asking price is $929,000.
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