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: $615,000.
We’ll start with this spacious condo in booming South Park. The one-bedroom unit has a single bathroom and 1,023 square feet of floor space. Outfitted with wood floors, concrete walls, and exposed ducts, the whole loft has an urban industrial vibe fitting for Downtown LA. Building amenities include a swimming pool, spa, fitness center, and screening room. Asking price is $615,000, with HOA dues of $699 per month.
This midcentury ranch house in North Hills looks like just the place to settle down with a family. Built in 1962, it’s got original hardwood floors, built-ins, and a stone fireplace in the living room. The 1,988-square-foot house has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. It sits on 7,740 square feet of land, with a grassy front yard and plenty of patio space and a rose garden in the back. Asking price is $609,500.
Here’s an elegant condo in Silver Lake with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The 1,013-square-foot unit has wood floors and an updated kitchen with newer appliances. Glass sliding doors in the bedroom lead out to a large balcony. The complex is equipped with a swimming pool and spa. Asking price is $625,000, with HOA dues of $444 per month.
Located in Long Beach’s Bixby Knolls neighborhood, this traditional 1940s home has been recently updated, but retains original features like built-in shelving and a handsome brick fireplace in the living room. The 1,005-square-foot residence has three bedrooms and one bathroom. It sits on a 5,166-square-foot lot with a detached garage and a grassy backyard. Asking price is $614,900.
This West Hollywood condo sits a block from the Beverly Hills border in the city’s Norma Triangle area. Recently remodeled, it’s equipped with new tile, appliances, countertops, and fixtures. The one-bedroom unit has one bathroom and 757 square feet of living space, along with a balcony overlooking the building’s swimming pool. Asking price is $610,000, with HOA dues of $396 per month.
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