Welcome to Weinstein Comparisons, where we’re looking at what you can rent or buy for a certain dollar amount in different LA hoods. Five homes and condos have been found within $10,000 of today’s price: $599,000.
This compact one-bedroom bungalow sits on a tiny lot just south of the world-famous Sunset Boulevard. It has a surface of 528 square feet, one bedroom and one bathroom. But the updated dwelling is located above two garages, one of which has been converted into an office with a separate entrance. A little outdoor space can be found on the back patio and on the front balcony. Easy walking distance to bars and restaurants, this property is worth $599,000.
This comfortable two-bedroom condo with one and three quarter baths has a brick fireplace and tile floors throughout. It is one of only six units in a building that opened in 1965 and is fitted with recessed lighting, main HVAC and in-unit laundry facilities. It is mentioned at 595,000, with HOA fees of $350 per month.
Looking for a home that needs some TLC? This 1923 bungalow has nice bones: a small front porch, wooden floors, a 5.404-square-foot lot, and a separate garage. The house is 628 square feet and has one bedroom and one bathroom. Walking distance to Glendale Narrows, Frogtown Brewery, and Glendale Boulevard, it’s worth $599,000.
One-bedroom, one-bedroom apartment in one of LA’s coolest mid-century condo complexes— the Hollywood Riviera — is up for grabs. The 739-square-foot condo features a retro kitchen that opens onto a patio, hardwood and tile floors, plenty of natural light, and a walk-in closet. The building of the 1950s has a swimming pool, and the unit has two parking spaces. It asks for $589,000, with HOA charges of $412.