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.
This 1920s bungalow in Highland Park sold last summer (for $590,000), and has been thoroughly transformed since then. Renovated by ResetLA and Vein Design, it’s got new wood floors, light fixtures, appliances, countertops, and cabinetry. The house has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, and skylights and French doors keep it light and airy. Sitting on a 6,743-square-foot lot, the home is asking $1.099 million.
Here’s a cozy two-bedroom residence in Palms with one bathroom and 928 square feet of floor space. Built in 1941, it’s got original hardwood floors, but plumbing and electrical have been upgraded. Behind the house is a pergola-shaded patio and a detached garage that’s been converted into a studio or office space. Sitting on a 4,997-square-foot lot, the house is asking $1.099 million.
Blocks from the boardwalk in Venice is this two-bedroom condo with a pair of bathrooms and 1,188 square feet of living space. Featuring tile floors and sliding glass doors, the unit also has a step-down living room equipped with a fireplace. A spacious deck has room for open-air seating and a garden. The building has a swimming pool and a parking garage. Asking price is $1.115 million, with HOA dues of $442 per month.
This View Park home needs some TLC, but boasts some lovely original details, from the hardwood floors to the tile bathrooms. Built in 1933, the Spanish-style house has two bedrooms and three bathrooms. Other interior features include beamed ceilings, built-in shelving, and a dramatic winding staircase with wrought iron railings. The house sits on a 8,293-square-foot lot with a large front lawn and a backyard with a detached garage. Asking price is $1.099 million.
This traditional-style home sits on a compact 3,312-square-foot lot on the eastern edge of Los Feliz. Inside are two bedrooms and two bathroooms, with 1,250 square feet of floor space. The property may be small, but there’s plenty of outdoor space, including a long wooden deck, a tile patio, and a strip of yard below. Asking price is $1.095 million.
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