Eastside Open House: A Weekend Guide to House Hunting

A wood-sided cottage in El Sereno for $306,900  and a four-bedroom contemporary-style Silver Lake home going for $948,500 are among some of this weekend’s newly listed properties.  A few of the previously-listed homes have cut prices but at least one property, a Highland Park home, has increased the asking price. Always check to make sure the open house has not been cancelled or rescheduled before you go for a look.

Atwater Village
3318 Glenhurst Ave 3 bedrooms, traditional, hardwood flrs $599,000
4288 Perlita Ave 3 bedrooms, contemporary $599,000
3447 Glenhurst Ave 3 bedrooms, music room, pool $625,000
3439 Atwater Ave 3 bedrooms, art studio, bamboo flrs $649,000
3256 Kazaz Ln 2 bedrooms, contemporary $899,000
3240 Kazaz Ln 2 bedrooms, contemporary $949,000
3244 Casitas Ave 2 bedrooms, contemporary $1,045,000
3240 Casitas Ave 2 bedrooms, contemporary $1,175,000


Eagle Rock
2116 Yosemite Dr 2 bedrooms, guest house $349,000
4526 Corliss St 3 bedrooms, 2-car garage $599,000

East Los Angeles/City Terrace
1075 Buelah Cir 3 bedrooms, views $259,900


Echo Park/Elysian Heights
1635 North Alvarado St 2 bedrooms, new kitchen $399,500
2133 Fargo St 2 bedrooms, views $599,000


El Sereno
4121 Stillwell 3 bedrooms, cottage-style $306,900


Glassell Park
3030 Valle Vista Dr #18 studio apt-style condo $49,000
3825 Lavell Dr 2 bedrooms, views $375,000
4173 Trent Way 3 bedrooms, detached garage $459,000


Highland Park
6142 Mesa Ave #1/2 2 bedrooms $218,000
6218 Bertha St 2 bedrooms, terraced back yard $324,900
4804 Bamford Place 2 bedrooms, detached garage $370,000
4873 Eldred Street 5 bedrooms, views $469,000
509 N Avenue 54 3 bedrooms, 2-car garage $485,000
6207 Saylin Lane 3 bedrooms, mid-century $499,000
265 La Follette Dr 3 bedrooms, hardwood flrs $579,000
1211 Toledo St.  4 bedrooms, two-level deck $599,900
245 Lamont Drive 7 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms $649,000


Montecito Heights
590 Montecito Dr 3 bedrooms, views fireplace $479,00


Monterey Hills
898 Temple Ter #319 2 bedroom-condo, cathedral ceilings, fireplace $219,000


Mt. Washington
485 Canyon Vista Dr 2 bedrooms, basement $359,950
392 Museum Dr 1 bedroom cottage, hardwood flrs $422,500
444 W Avenue 44 2 bedrooms, hardwood flrs $499,000
2553 Hines Dr. 3 bedrooms, view $749,500
351 Mount Washington Dr 4 bedrooms, solarium $899,000
3800 San Rafael Ave 3 bedrooms, library, pool $1,075,000


Silver Lake
2344 Fletcher Dr #213 2-bedroom condo, hardwood flrs $349,000
1905 Cedar Lodge Ter 2 bedrooms, office $649,000
1334 Mccollum St 3 bedrooms $725,000
1611 Westerly Ter 2 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces, hot tub $849,000
2677 Locksley Pl 4 bedrooms, fireplace, master suite $948,500
2114 Rockford Rd 5 bedrooms, sound studio $1,499,000
2306 Kenilworth Ave 4 bedrooms, reservoir view $1,679,000

Source: TheMLS.com

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  1. For those looking for homes under $300k, there are a few flipped homes in the south east end of Boyle Heights 90023. IMO safer (less gang bs) than 90063 or 90033 areas of BH.

  2. Sunland/Tujunga also has some houses for under $300,000; the area still seems to have a bad reputation, and maybe I’m missing something, but to me there are some great values in those two areas, especially for people who like hiking and drives through the mountains (Verdugos and San Gabriels are very close).

    • I have lived in Tujunga for 25 years. I love it. I have a big house on a large lot and I live on a dead end street. For those who love hiking and wildlife, it is a dream come true. Crime is low and housing prices are low.

      Stay away from houses close to Foothill Blvd. I would also stay away from houses too close to Sunland Park because of the homeless.

      I never thought I would say this but I miss having KMart…. Since it closed we must drive out to find a general merchandise store. That often means a trip to Burbank, Glendale or Pasadena.

    • I personally like the Sunland/Tujunga area and you can find affordable housing but it’s not located anywhere near the eastside.

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