L.A.’s Most Beautiful Under-$1 Million Homes For Sale

By Erin Fitzpatrick

Stunning celebrity homes are a dime a dozen in L.A. You have Sia’s bonkers Los Feliz place that she scooped up for $4.3 million. Then, there’s Lauren Conrad’s $4.4 million Pacific Palisades abode. And who could forget Kesha’s rad Venice bungalow?

But, don’t be fooled by the extravagant celebrity real estate market — you can still get plenty of bang for your buck at price tags under $1 million. (In fact, loyal readers know we’ve proven it before — multiple times, in fact.) From Toluca Lake to downtown and everywhere in between, we scoured the market for the coolest homes for sale, sans sticker shock. Ahead, peek at all the amazing homes that made the cut. We promise this is just the eye candy your Tuesday needed.

Ever want to live in a tree house? Now’s your chance. This cabin-style house will make you feel a million miles from L.A. The petite home comes complete with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 831 square feet. But the real kicker is……the view, of course. Canyons and plenty of privacy — what more could you ask for?

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See, we told you it’s a real-life tree house.

This two-bedroom, 1,600-square-foot house has been meticulously renovated, including new wood floors, kitchen countertops, and fresh paint. But perhaps its best features are its soaring, 20-foot ceilings — no claustrophobia here!  Double doors lead out onto a private patio.

With a built-in barbecue and refrigerator and a six-person hot tub, this patio has all your entertaining needs covered.

 

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