See what that price buys in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Beverly Grove to Burbank
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: $850,000.
Let’s start with this traditional-style 1930s home with three bedrooms and two bathrooms spread across 1,267 square feet of living space. It’s got original wood floors, a built-in buffet in the formal dining room, and a handsome brick fireplace in the light-filled living room. The house sits on a 6,469-square-foot lot with a lush front patio and terraced gardens in the back. Asking price is $850,000.
Here’s a homey three-bedroom residence on a grassy 6,483-square-foot lot with some nice curb appeal. The brick home was built in 1945 and has been recently remodeled, though some very attractive hardwood floors remain in place. Featuring 1,048 square feet of living space, the house has two bathrooms and an open living and dining area that flows into the renovated kitchen. A detached garage behind the house connects to a covered patio. Asking price is $849,000.
Down in Long Beach, this 104-year-old Craftsman sits roughly a half-mile from the beach. The 1,803-square-foot home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms and contains original wood flooring and some lovely built-ins. The kitchen and bathrooms have been thoroughly renovated in recent years, and the house includes a rare-in-California basement with extra storage space. The house sits on a 4,963-square-foot corner lot with a grassy yard and a long porch. Asking price is $850,000.
This roomy condo sits just west of the Beverly Center, across the street from the Beverly Hills border. Part of a no-frills 1960s building, it’s got two bedrooms and two bathrooms spread across 1,303 square feet of floor space. The open living room has wood floors and walls of glass, and provides access to a private balcony. Additional features include gated parking and in-unit laundry. Asking price is $849,000, with HOA dues of $450 per month.
You can take in spectacular views from nearly every room of this late modern residence in Mount Washington. The 1970s home has vaulted ceilings and sliding glass doors, which allow for plenty of natural light. With 1,464 square feet of living space, it’s got three bedrooms and two bathrooms with multiple balconies overlooking the surrounding hills. Sitting on a 6,136-square-foot lot with an attached two-car garage, the house is asking $849,000.
Source: Curbed LA – All – Elijah Chiland