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 or condos within $10,000 of today’s price: $675,000.
↑ Built in 1946, this three-bedroom home in Pasadena is looking for its first buyer in 57 years, according to the listing. Vintage features include hardwood floors, a tiled kitchen and bathroom, and a brick fireplace. The 1,277-square-foot residence sits on a 6,695-square-foot lot with a grassy backyard and a detached two-car garage. Asking price is $675,000.
↑ Built in 2014, this three-bedroom townhouse in Glassell Park offers plenty of fancy amenities, including a Nexia home automation system and energy efficient dual-pane windows. The 1,600-square-foot home is built above a two-car garage and includes 2.5 bathrooms. Asking price is $675,000, with HOA dues of $275 per month.
↑ This 1,693-square-foot home in Lake Balboa offers four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a tile-floored family room that opens to the backyard. The house was built in 1950 and has been recently renovated with new plumbing, central air, and a fresh paint job. Asking price is $679,000.
↑ Here’s a 1,390-square-foot home in Encino with three bedrooms and 1.75 bathrooms split between the main house and a detached guest house. The 5,995-square-foot lot also includes a two-car garage and a neatly landscaped backyard with a covered outdoor patio. Asking price is $669,000.
↑ Down in Long Beach, this small 1913 Craftsman offers hardwood floors, built-in shelving, and a tile fireplace in the living room. The 1,244-square-foot home features two bedrooms and one bathroom, along with a sun room and detached garage. Asking price is $674,995.
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- Los Angeles Home Comparisons [Curbed LA]