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Pro: This four-bedroom, four-bath home built in 1908 oozes charm, with its front and rear wraparound porches, built-in bookshelves and thick handblown-glass windows.
Con: 539 N. Las Robles Avenue isn’t inside the highly sought-after South Pasadena school system, so its resale value is less assured.
Pro: The Brady Bunch-esque 4107 Pine Hollow Road is a modern four-bedroom, three-bath home that was built in 1977. It’s groovy: custom wood ceilings, floor-to-ceiling bookshelves and a wood-burning fireplace.
Con: Hey there, 8,886-square-foot lot in the Valley: Where. Is. The. Pool?
Pro: This sweet-looking home located at 5009 Willowcrest Avenue has three bedrooms and two and a half baths and is packed with extras, including a long gated drive that can fit five cars and a wine cellar. Plus, this San Fernando Valley burb is close to studios and freeways.
Con: Neighbors are quite close, and who’s to say if that floor/wall cooling system would keep us comfy in a heat wave.
Pro: Floor-to-ceiling ocean views are the draw at 1705 Ocean Avenue #101, a one-bedroom, one-bath condo. Touches like Quartzite kitchen counters, a walk-in closet and a gleaming master bath including a Jacuzzi make this home seem like a luxury hotel suite.
Con: At 869 square feet, this Santa Monica pad is almost as small as a hotel suite.
Pro: Great nearby elementary and middle schools ensure this brick-and-wood ranch home will retain its value. With four bedrooms, four baths and a sizable lot, it has plenty of room for a big family.
Con: 5403 Woodman Avenue has a warm feel, but it’s meh architecturally.
Pro: This 1.5-acre lot on a slope off Coldwater Canyon Lane has the prestigious 90210 zip code and, at night, sparkling views of city lights. No worries about Beverly Hills traffic clogging up your street, since it’s located on a quiet cul de sac.
Con: Sadly, this property leaves a lot to be desired, walls- and foundation-wise--it’s just an empty lot.
We Angelenos love our real estate. And while predicting the next market fluctuation is a citywide craze, we’d like to take a moment to spot-check just what $1 million will buy you these days.
You’ll be surprised at just how much--and, in some cases, how little--a cool million gets you in the City of Angels and its burbs. See our hot listings here.
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