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What $500,000 buys right now in three L.A. neighborhoods

Here’s a look at what roughly $500,000 buys right now in the Van Nuys, Leimert Park and Boyle Heights communities.

$469,000 in Van Nuys
15441 Archwood St., Van Nuys.
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VAN NUYS: This blue-hued one-story features a full-sized den with a fireplace.

Address: 15441 Archwood St., Van Nuys, 91406

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Listed for: $469,000 for two bedrooms, two bathrooms in 1,252 square feet (5,000-square-foot lot)

Features: Covered patio; laminate floors; sliding glass doors

About the area: In the 91406 ZIP Code, based on 32 sales, the median sales price for single-family homes in October was $550,000, up 0.9% year over year, according to CoreLogic.

$529,000 in Leimert Park
3706 Arlington Ave., Los Angeles.
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LEIMERT PARK: Red accents dot the exterior of this one-story home with a detached garage.

Address: 3706 Arlington Ave., Los Angeles, 90018

Listed for: $529,000 for two bedrooms, one bathroom in 1,468 square feet (6,669-square-foot lot)

Features: Covered porch; hardwood floors; large backyard

About the area: In the 90018 ZIP Code, based on 19 sales, the median sales price for single-family homes in October was $580,000, up 7.4% year over year, according to CoreLogic.

$515,000 in Boyle Heights
3114 Malabar St., Los Angeles.
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BOYLE HEIGHTS: Recent renovations have left this three-bedroom home sporting a new roof, new floors and stainless-steel appliances.

Address: 3114 Malabar St., Los Angeles, 90063

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Listed for: $515,000 for three bedrooms, two bathrooms in 1,020 square feet (3,249-square-foot lot)

Features: Custom master bathroom; walk-in closet; custom kitchen cabinetry; new roof

About the area: In the 90063 ZIP Code, based on 15 sales, the median sales price for single-family homes in October was $370,000, up 6.5% year over year, according to CoreLogic.

$525,000 in Van Nuys
7244 Willis Ave., Van Nuys.
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VAN NUYS: Bamboo floors line this one-story home set on a cul-de-sac.

Address: 7244 Willis Ave., Van Nuys, 91405

Listed for: $525,000 for three bedrooms, two bathrooms in 1,200 square feet (5,105-square-foot lot)

Features: Fenced yard; stone patio; fruit trees; bamboo floors

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About the area: In the 91405 ZIP Code, based on 19 sales, the median sales price for single-family homes in October was $580,000, up 4% year over year, according to CoreLogic.

$475,000 in Leimert Park
3797 Cimarron St., Los Angeles.
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LEIMERT PARK: Four bedrooms fit into this one-story home, which features an updated kitchen and remodeled bathrooms.

Address: 3797 Cimarron St., Los Angeles, 90018

Listed for: $475,000 for four bedrooms, two bathrooms in 1,092 square feet (4,919-square-foot lot)

Features: New fixtures; laminate flooring; patio; remodeled bathrooms

About the area: In the 90018 ZIP Code, based on 19 sales, the median sales price for single-family homes in October was $580,000, up 7.4% year over year, according to CoreLogic.

$510,000 in Boyle Heights
335 S. Pecan St., Los Angeles.
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BOYLE HEIGHTS: This one-story spot features an open floor plan and a redone kitchen.

Address: 335 S. Pecan St., Los Angeles, 90033

Listed for: $510,000 for three bedrooms, one bathroom in 1,009 square feet (3.315-square-foot lot)

Features: Renovated kitchen; bonus room; custom appliances; rear entrance parking

About the area: In the 90033 ZIP Code, based on four sales, the median sales price for single-family homes in October was $480,000, up 23.9% year over year, according to CoreLogic.

jack.flemming@latimes.com

Twitter: @jflem94

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