The only home currently for sale in El Camino Village is a 3 bedroom single family home on Cordary Ave which is one of the more unique streets in all of the South Bay. While it’s not our listing we think this one is a winner. It’s in great shape but fairly original meaning there’s no need to do any work, but a little work and upgrading makes for a great “sweat equity” opportunity. While the home isn’t in the tree tunnel part of Cordary, it’s close by and makes for a pretty unique location.
It was a very solid month in Lawndale both in terms of the number of homes that closed escrow as well as the prices.
November 2021 saw 13 on market home, condo and townhome sales closing during the month.. The average “list” price of the homes that closed escrow during the month was $712,454 with the average “sold” price at $725,977 meaning that homes generally sold higher than the asking price. Homes averaged only 21 days on the market before going into escrow.
The big sale of November was a flipped home located at 14727 Avis which was listed and closed at $979,999. The home was extensively remodeled and expanded with about 530 square feet added. The lot is sizable and was marketed as being able to possibly offer a future site for an ADU.
Not surprisingly the highest price home sale of the month in Lawndale was in the neighborhood of El Camino Village. 15329 Doty was a pretty small home with just over 1,000 square feet but it fetched a pretty large price View the MLS info below. The home was listed at $799,000 and went into escrow after only 7 days on the market.