From townhouses to new-build residences, we’ve picked five spots up for grabs in the port neighborhood
Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent or buy for a certain dollar amount in various LA ‘hoods. In honor of San Pedro’s win in the 2017 Curbed Cup, we’ve found five homes and condos for sale in the neighborhood.
↑ This two-story, new-build residence on Sixth Street, east of Western, holds four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 1,900 square feet of space. Wood floors and recessed lights run throughout the house. Upstairs, the master bedroom offers dual sinks and a marble and glass shower enclosure. The house is listed for $900,000.
↑ Coming in at a spacious 1,665 square feet, this townhouse has a lot of potential. Wood floors, a roomy kitchen, and windows and skylights are just a few perks of this two-bedroom, 2.5-bath residence. Located less than a mile from a Trader Joe’s, it’s seeking $549,000.
↑ Get a load of the porch on this place! Built in 1912, this Craftsman has a spacious front porch, beautiful built-in shelves and cupboards, a wood-burning fireplace, and box-beamed ceilings. The three-bedroom house sits about a mile from the Ports O’ Call Village, and it’s listed for $550,000.
↑ This sweet time capsule of a place was built in 1955 and is still giving off a midcentury vibe. It’s a fixer-upper for sure, but it sits on a .74-acre lot at the end of a cul-de-sac and offers views of the harbor and nearby canyon area. The three-bedroom, two-bath residence has floor-to-ceilings windows in the living room and high ceilings throughout. It’s listed for $640,000.
↑ Just off Gaffey Street, this 1920s-era duplex offers two one-bedroom, one-bathroom units, each with their own laundry machines in the apartment and one-car garage parking space. Both duplex units have been recently renovated, and feature granite counters and tile floors. The property is listed for $585,000.
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