Curbed Comparisons: What $1,300 Rents You in Los Angeles Right Now

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↑ Get ready to be very popular this summer because this Valley Villageone-bedroom is in a complex that has a pool. Measuring a breezy 892 square feet, the apartment has wood floors and an airy, open kitchen, plus the added bonus of ever-so-necessary air conditioning. (The listing does caution that the photos might not be of the “exact” unit.) The building also has “A sauna, BBQ grills, hot tub, two laundry rooms, a fitness center and a doggy park.” Rent is $1,400.

↑ This one-bedroom apartment is on Third Street in Koreatown, just a few blocks away from Windsor Square. Its ceiling fans will be a big bonus in the summertime, while the pink bathroom is a bonus year-round. The unit allows a small pet, and comes with one parking space, but it is a BYOF (Bring Your Own Fridge) situation. Rent is $1,395.

↑ Oooh, a little beamed-ceiling action! This place is taking it up a notch. Located on the upper level of the complex, this one-bedroom in East Hollywood comes with a fridge and even has a dining area. A dining area! The lone bedroom seems spacious and well-lit. Downside: parking doesn’t seem to be part of the equation. Rent is $1,295.

↑ A few blocks east of where the 110 Freeway stops in Pasadena, this little “Bungalow style” one-bedroom awaits. Wood floors, ample closet space, and a back patio are among its selling points, though only the flooring is actually pictured in the listing. It boasts a fridge and a stove, plus a carport spot for your car. Rent is $1,400.

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