What Will $5,000 Rent You In Los Angeles, Right Now?

450 N Rossmore Ave. | Photos: Zumper

Curious just how far your dollar goes in Los Angeles--if you're looking to rent a high-end spot? The median monthly rent for a 1-bedroom apartment in LA is running around $3,200, according to Zumper. So we looked at the rental site's data to find what you can get if you've got around $5,000 / month earmarked for your rent. (Note: prices and availability are subject to change.)

Take a look at the listings, below.

615 Hampton Dr, #A304 (Venice)

Priced at $5,000 / month, this 946-square-foot studio on the top of a loft is located at 615 Hampton Dr. It "offers a copious amount of natural light, finished concrete floors, a tailored built-in desk, and dresser with additional cabinet space upstairs, beautiful Caesarstone countertops, and a soaking tub for relaxation." A private rooftop deck will give you views of the city and mountains, and in-unit laundry and dishwasher will make upkeep easy downstairs. However, cats and dogs aren't welcome.

(See the complete listing here.)

450 N Rossmore Ave, #1004 (Melrose)

Next, there's this 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom condo over in the famous El Royale Apartments at 450 N Rossmore Ave. It's listed for $4,950 / month for 900 square feet of space, including 11' ceilings, a large living room, hardwood floors, original moldings, and a full kitchen with designer appliances. Views range from downtown to the Hollywood Hills. When it comes to building amenities, look for garage parking with a valet option, a fitness center, a roof deck, and more. Unfortunately, pets aren't permitted.

(See the complete listing here.)

6250 Hollywood Blvd, #4b (Hollywood)

Here's a 1,320-square-foot 1-bedroom, 2-bathroom condo at 6250 Hollywood Blvd that's going for $4,950 / month. The unit includes a walk-in closet, den and large patio and modern appliances. The building offers outdoor space, a picturesque swimming pool and hot tub, a fitness center, and more. Unfortunately, pets aren't welcome.

(Take a look at the full listing here.)

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