What $565K buys around LA

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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 within $10,000 of today’s price: $565,000.




Dining room

Office and balcony

Via Mike Syre, Douglas Elliman

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.


Front yard

Living room

Sun room

Backyard
Via Jessica Khazraei, Realty One Group

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.


Front of complex

Dining room

Living room

Balcony
Via Debbie Martin, Redfin

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.


Front of house

Living room

Den

Backyard
Via Brian Reyes, Pinnacle Estate Properties

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.


Front of house

Living room

Kitchen

Back patio
Via Jeff Anderson, Kelly Costello, Keller Williams

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.

Poll

Which of these homes around $565,000 would you choose?

  • 8%

    Hollywood Hills

    (44 votes)

  • 4%
    San Pedro

    (21 votes)

  • 3%
    Redondo Beach

    (18 votes)

  • 15%
    Granada Hills

    (79 votes)

  • 67%
    Long Beach

    (340 votes)

502 votes total Vote Now

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