Cheapest House In L.A., Meet Most Expensive House In L.A.
Boy, does Santa have a spread for you. The real-estate listing site Redfin this week published a look at the least- and most-expensive homes in Los Angeles.
We guess that's so you can chose based on whether you've been naughty or nice:
If you've been naughty, Redfin picked out a real winner for you, a one-bedroom, one-bath condominium in one of the most notorious neighborhoods on the West Coast -- the infamous "jungle" that is Baldwin Village. The community was made famous by a somewhat exaggerated depiction in the film Training Day (Denzel Washington's Oscar-winning performance had him taxing local drug dealers and sleeping with a woman in the jungle).
Strangely, it's only blocks from the tony, much-safer and exponentially more expensive Baldwin Hills, sometimes referred to as "the black Beverly Hills." But, for $53,900, you should have plenty of money left over for a state-of-the-art security system and a telescope so you can peer at the hills and safely dream about how the other half lives.
Next up, the most expensive listing in L.A. if not the nation: