Sadly, after the last owner went under, the bungalows got split up as a result of the foreclosure. There are now about 6 or so different owners, with two of them holding larger pieces and the rest owning one or two. I don't think anyone of them is actively marketed right now, so it is hard to guess how much they would sell for. But in their current condition, I would think maybe $1,000.
One thing some of the current owners may not realize is the fact that the path in the middle is private. The only public access to the "landlocked" bungalows is via the alley in the back. These bungalows only make sense together.
I hope the current owners will sell at a reasonable price or work on making these inhabitable, maybe finding a legal structure to combine these bungalows again.