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When it comes to Victorian homes on the Eastside, Angelino Heights receives most of the attention for its restored mansions and more modest homes. But Lincoln Heights also has a large number of Victorians in different states of restoration as well as disrepair.

Here are three properties currently on the market:

Victorian Transitional Bungalow: The 1902 bungalow shares the lot with a separate building constructed in the 1980s. Now asking: $1,431,000

1893 Victorian: The five-bedroom home features a wrap around porch, original features and a separate basement unit. Now Asking: $1,499,999

Victorian Fourplex: The 4-unit building on a corner lot was constructed 1890. Now Asking: $950,00

Which Victorian is the best deal?

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Jesús Sanchez is the publisher of The Eastsider. He has more than 30 years of experience in newspaper and online journalism and has been a staff writer at USA Today and the LA Times. The L.A. native is a graduate of East LA College and Cal State Long Beach. He lives in Echo Park.

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Jesus Sanchez is the publisher of The Eastsider. He has more than 30 years of experience in newspaper and online journalism and has been a staff writer at USA Today and the LA Times. He lives in Echo Park.

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