See what that price buys in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Silver Lake to Altadena
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: $675,000.
This 1,087-square-foot townhouse has two bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms spread across two levels. Built in 1990, the unit has airy interiors with arched windows and a tray ceiling in the living room. The lower level has a small patio and a rooftop deck offers room for outdoor seating. Asking price is $675,000, with HOA dues of $495 per month.
This cozy cottage was built in 1924 and last sold nearly three decades ago. It’s got wood floors, arched windows, and a living room fireplace. Featuring 1,120 square feet of floor space, the home includes three bedrooms and two bathrooms, with an open living and dining area. It sits on a 7,508-square-foot lot with a grassy backyard and a detached garage. Asking price is $679,000.
For those looking to be in the heart of Downtown LA’s development boom, here’s a spacious condo just a block from the Staples Center (and just as close to Metro’s Pico Station). The loft unit has huge windows, allowing for plenty of natural light, and its concrete floors and exposed ducts give it an industrial chic vibe. Featuring one bedroom and one and a half bathrooms, the 1,258-square-foot unit has in-unit laundry and comes with a pair of parking spaces. Asking price is $670,000, with HOA dues of $944 per month (though the seller is offering to pay for the first six months).
Built in 1932, this Spanish-style home has original hardwood floors, arched entryways, and a step-up formal dining room alongside the simple vintage kitchen. It’s got two bedrooms and one bathroom spread across 1,411 square feet of living space. The home sits on a 5,008-square-foot lot with a detached two-car garage and a barbecue area with space for outdoor seating in the back. Asking price is $675,000.
With 1,216 square feet of floor space, this condo is far from cramped. It’s got three bedrooms and two bathrooms, with airy living spaces and sliding glass doors. The kitchen and bathrooms have been recently updated, and the unit has a private balcony overlooking the complex’s grassy courtyard. Building amenities include two pools, a spa, and a fitness center. Asking price is $675,000, with HOA dues of $582 per month.
Source: Curbed LA – All – Elijah Chiland