DIGS Market Buys

What $1M buys on the Westside of LA



Welcome to DIGS Market Buys, where we find what you can buy or rent for specific dollar amounts in various South Bay & Westside cities. Today, we found 27 homes that you can buy for less than a $1M on the Westside. We’re highlighting 4 properties that break down the market for the lowest price per square foot, lowest days on market, largest square footage, and largest square foot lot.

Lowest Days On Market | 8960 Wonderland Avenue, Los Angeles CA 90046

Laurel Canyon Contemporary Spanish hillside retreat with total privacy. Open light-filled the main floor with Spanish Saltillo pavers throughout the spacious living room, adjacent dining area & kitchen. The kitchen includes new refrigerator & access to a Private outdoor living/entertaining area with a luxurious Sundance spa, BBQ, gas fire pit & widescreen TV. Includes secure dog door & outdoor turf area perfect for pets to go in & out.

Upstairs has hardwood floors & 2 bedrooms. Zoned central air conditioning/heating, recessed lighting throughout, built in wood shutters. Two car garage w/ installed electric car charger & additional parking for 3 cars off the street. House well maintained with many upgrades. Very convenient location. Easy access to W. Hollywood, Sunset Strip & the Valley. Nine doors from Wonderland Elementary one of the best schools in Los Angeles & nearby the acclaimed Lookout Mountain Preschool.

8960 Wonderland Avenue
List Price | $925,000
Sq.Ft. | 897
DOM | 1

Largest Square Footage | 1637 Ridgeley, Los Angeles CA 90019

Welcome home to a timeless Spanish beauty with tasteful contemporary updates. Hidden behind gates & surrounded by tall hedges, this is a private oasis in the heart of the city. A warm, welcoming floor plan offers a spacious living room, formal dining room, hardwood floors, fireplace, plaster walls, coved ceilings, modern kitchen & Central Air. Rounding out the plan are 3 comfortable BR w/ walk-in closets, including a large master suite w/ French Doors opening to the backyard & pool/spa. Detached 2- car garage is set back from the street + there’s driveway parking for 4 additional cars. The lush grassy lawn in the front yard. This home is also zoned LARD 1.5 offering future development potential. Great location on a quiet cul de sac, minutes away from Culver City and the new Expo Line, freeways, shopping & restaurants.

1637 Ridgeley
List Price | $995,000
Sq. Ft. | 1,723
DOM | 4

Lowest Price Per Sq. Ft | 838 W 104th Place, Los Angeles CA 90044

Fully remolded craftsman style home located on a wonderful lot with outstanding curb appeal. This gorgeous property features new laminate flooring, new cabinets, granite counter tops, new vinyl windows, RV parking and new home appliances. The home is secured with a newly added rod-iron fence and home security system, it also has a brand new central cooling and heating system. It’s perfect for a first time home buyer, close to the freeways, LAX, Downtown LA and soon to be Rams Stadium.

838 W 104th Place
List Price | $429,900
Sq. Ft. | 1,092
DOM | 18

Largest Sq. Ft. Lot | 1519 Venice, Venice CA 90291

Welcome to Tiki gardens! Bring your creativity, your architect, and your contractor. This two-story single family residence is approximately 600 sq. ft. on a 15′ x 130′ lot. It is right next-door to Queen’s market in Venice. The property sits near the back of the lot. It appears there might be room to park one or two very small cars in the back. Upstairs is tenant occupied. This would make a great space to live upstairs and have your separate workspace downstairs. Great location minutes to Abbot Kinney, beaches, harbor, shops, theaters and restaurants. Tiki’s not included.

1519 Venice
List Price | $1,000,000
Sq. Ft. | 600
DOM | 22

See the full list below:

If you’re looking for homes over a million, you’ll want to check out three highlighted Los Angeles properties in this article.

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