See what that price buys in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from South Park to San Pedro
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: $625,000.
This residence comes complete with an attached accessory dwelling unit that could easily be used as a guest house, a rental, or an in-law unit. The main house has open living spaces with a recently updated kitchen and built-in shelving. All told, the property includes three bedrooms and two bathrooms, with the ADU functioning as a studio apartment. The home sits on a 6,768-square-foot lot with a grassy backyard and citrus trees. Asking price is $619,000.
This condo is located just a half-block from the Sunset Strip, but looks like a quiet refuge from the crowds of revelers that gather there on any night of the week. The 741-square-foot unit has one bedroom and one and a half bathrooms, with wood floors, open living spaces, and a private balcony. Shared amenities include a saltwater pool, tennis courts, a fitness center, two saunas, and two spas. Asking price is $625,000, with HOA dues of $525 per month.
This remodeled home near LA’s harbor was built in 1921 but recently updated with a host of new features, including freshly installed floors, windows, lighting, and appliances. Featuring two bedrooms and a bathroom, the little bungalow has 904 square feet of total living space and sits on a 3,749-square-foot lot with a detached two-car garage in the back. Asking price is $624,900.
How about some high-rise living in one of LA’s fastest-growing neighborhoods? This 920-square-foot condo in Grand Ave’s Evo Lofts has one bedroom and one bathroom, with a wall of windows in the living room that look out across the Downtown LA area. The amenity-rich building has a swimming pool, spa, fitness center, barbecue area, and community lounge. Asking price is $634,000, with HOA dues of $734 per month.
If it’s that suburban-style ranch vibe you’re after, you could do much worse than this Valley residence. Built in 1959, it’s got four bedrooms and two bathrooms spread across 1,701 square feet of floor space. Fronted by a well-manicured front lawn and garden, the home has light-filled interiors and leads out to a large pool deck with plenty of room for patio furniture. Sitting on a 7,457-square-foot lot with an attached garage, the home is asking $618,800.
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