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 within $10,000 of today’s price: $565,000.
This two-bedroom condo sits on the northern side of the Hollywood Hills, near Universal City. Inside the unit are hardwood floors, a roomy kitchen, a living room fireplace, and screen doors that open to balconies. The condo has two bathrooms with 1,129 square feet of living space. Shared amenities include a pool, spa, and gardens. Asking price is $565,000, with HOA dues of $480 per month.
Built in 1921, this San Pedro home is the recipient of a recent update and features new kitchen appliances and a fresh paint job. It holds three bedrooms and two bathrooms across 1,335 square feet of living space. A sun room leads to a back patio with two detached garages. Sitting on a 4,999-square-foot lot, the house is asking $569,000.
This Redondo Beach condo fits two bedrooms and two bathrooms into 975 square feet of floor space. In addition, the unit has an open living and dining area, along with a galley kitchen with a breakfast bar. Building amenities include a pool, spa, fitness center, and tennis courts. Asking price is $568,000, with HOA dues of $416 per month.
Sitting on a big 7,548-square-foot lot in Granada Hills, this home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms spread across 1,252 square feet of living space. It’s fronted by a large driveway and manicured front yard, along with an attached two-car garage. In back is a grassy backyard with multiple patios and gardens. Asking price is $569,900.
This airy Long Beach residence was built in 1933 and retains vintage details like a decorative fireplace, built-in shelving, and casement windows. The 1,010-square-foot home contains two bedrooms and a tiled bathroom, along with an updated kitchen and a laundry room. Behind the house is an enclosed patio with a fountain and plenty of room for outdoor seating. Asking price is $560,000.
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