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: $550,000.
This little bungalow was built in 1923 and has been recently remodeled. The 781-square-foot home has two bedrooms and one bathroom, with original hardwood floors throughout. The overhauled kitchen has marble counters, a new stove, and updated plumbing. The bathroom is equipped with new fixtures, and fresh lighting has been installed throughout. Sitting on a 2,501-square-foot lot, the home has a small backyard and a detached one-car garage. Asking price is $545,555.
Here’s a traditional ranch-style home in the Valley equipped with three bedrooms and one bathroom. The 960-square-foot residence has wood floors and updated windows, as well as a central air system. A tall tree in the front yard does a nice job framing the home from the street, and a large backyard has plenty of room for the detached two-car garage. Sitting on a 6,050-square-foot lot, the home is asking $549,000.
Situated on woodsy grounds just a few blocks from the Rose Bowl, this townhome has three bedrooms and two bathrooms spread across 1,121 square feet of living space. Sliding glass doors in the living room and master bedroom lead out to private balconies, and the complex itself overlooks a small pond and neatly landscaped surroundings. Asking price is $550,000, with HOA dues of $498 per month.
Not far from the historic Banning House, this fun 1930s residence in Wilmington is built in a storybook style (with stucco exterior walls) and boasts some nice period details on the interior. These include wood floors, arched entryways, crown moldings, wall niches, and a tiled bathroom. The 1,461-square-foot home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. It sits on a 5,550-square-foot lot, with ample patio space and an enclosed backyard. Asking price is $549,000.
Two blocks south of Ventura Boulevard, this roomy condo is the recipient of a recent remodel. The 1,144-square-foot unit has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, with a gas fireplace in the living room and a private balcony with room for outdoor seating or a grill. The kitchen appliances and bathroom fixtures have been recently updated, and the bedroom floors are new. Asking price is $550,000, with HOA dues of $495 per month.
Which house or condo around $550,000 would you choose?
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