LA home comparison: What $1.1M buys you

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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: $1.1 million.

Front of house seen from street
Kitchen and dining areaKitchen and dining area
Living room Living room
Living room fireplaceLiving room fireplaceVia Robert Banchich, Rodeo Realty

↑ Let’s start with this two-bedroom home in Sherman Oaks. Per the listing, the 1,839-square-foot residence was designed by a Hollywood set designer in 2006. It includes two bathrooms, a brightly painted exterior, bamboo floors, and a living room fireplace. The 5,995-square-foot lot includes a garage and a separate studio or office. Asking price is $1.1 million.

Front of yellow houseFront of yellow house
Living roomLiving room
Dining room with arched doorwayDining room with arched doorway
Brick sitting area in back of houseBrick sitting area in back of houseVia Jon Polansky, Sotheby’s International Realty

↑ According to the listing, this little 1929 Beverly Grove bungalow is on the market for the first time ever—better yet, its price just dropped. The two-bedroom, one-bath home appears to have been recently restored, but it includes vintage-style features such as arched entryways and wrought-iron lighting fixtures. The 995-square-foot home sits on a tiny 2,248-square-foot lot with a small back patio space. Asking price is $1.099 million.

Front of homeFront of home
Living roomLiving room
Bedroom with sliding doorBedroom with sliding door
View from deckView from deckVia Ignacio Rodriguez, Westside Estate Agency

↑ Malibu’s gated Point Dume Club is where you’ll find this three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath residence that boasts very fine ocean views. The home includes an upgraded kitchen, along with hardwood floors, walls of glass, and a large wraparound deck. Community amenities include a tennis court, pool, spa, and sauna. Asking price is $1.095 million, but the HOA dues aren’t cheap—they’ll run you $4,763 per month.

Exterior of home with landscaped gardenExterior of home with landscaped garden
Living room with tile fireplaceLiving room with tile fireplace
Dining roomDining room
Backyard with patioBackyard with patioVia Sharon Verani, Sotheby’s International Realty

↑ This Spanish-style residence in Pasadena was built in 1923 and features plenty of elegant charm and some very nice landscaping. The three-bedroom, two-bath home also includes hardwood floors, a tile fireplace, and multiple outdoor access points. The main residence has 1,820 square feet of floor area, but the 7,768-square-foot lot also offers a guest house, koi pond, and two-car garage. Asking price is $1.098 million.

View of house from drivewayView of house from driveway
Living room with fireplaceLiving room with fireplace
Kitchen with wide windowKitchen with wide window
Back yardBack yardDan Stueve, Keller Williams

↑ Here’s a spacious four-bedroom home in Mid-City that was remodeled in 2015, according to the listing. Built in 1925, the 2,421-square-foot Spanish-style residence has new floors, an updated kitchen, and four-and-a-half renovated bathrooms. The house sits on a 7,776-square-foot lot and includes a long driveway and a roomy backyard. Asking price is $1.1 million.


Which of these homes around $1.1 million would you choose?

  • 6%

    Sherman Oaks

    (20 votes)

  • 3%
    Beverly Grove

    (12 votes)

  • 10%

    (33 votes)

  • 38%

    (128 votes)

  • 41%

    (136 votes)

329 votes total Vote Now

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