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: $625,000.
↑ This little three-bedroom home in Van Nuys has been substantially remodeled since it last sold in January for $410,000. Now, the 1,334-square-foot residence offers new floors, fresh paint, a remodeled kitchen, new wiring, and a host of other updates. The house has two bathrooms and is situated on a 6,750-square-foot lot with a spacious backyard. Asking price is $630,000.
↑ Here’s another recent flip in the Vermont Square neighborhood of South LA. Features of the three-bedroom, two-bath home include new floors, an updated kitchen and bathroom, and a brick-clad living room fireplace. Built in 1912, the house offers 1,385 square feet of living space on a 5,876-square-foot lot with a detached two car garage.Sold in May for $450,000, it’s already back on the market with a $625,000 asking price.
↑ This two-bedroom home in Highland Park is looking ready for Mardi Gras. It’s in need of a few repairs, but offers 1,076 square feet of living space on a 4,001-square-foot lot with a long front porch and a detached garage in the rear of the house. The home last sold just six years ago for $260,000. It’s now listed for $630,000.
↑ Over in Granada Hills, this three-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath home is looking very all-American—white picket fence included. The 1,710-square-foot home was built in 1955 and features a fireplace, step-down living room, and a covered back patio. The 7,432-square-foot lot includes an attached two-car garage and a swimming pool. Asking price is $619,500.
↑ This West Hollywood condo offers two bedrooms and two full baths—in addition to some very bold interior design choices. The 1,193-square-foot unit has black hardwood floors, a mosaic tile bathroom, and a massive walk-in closet in the master bedroom. Building amenities include a pool and parking spot. Asking price is $619,000.
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- Los Angeles Home Comparisons [Curbed LA]