Great Duplex Near Poly High!
You’ll love the layout of this side-by-side duplex in the Poly High neighborhood, perfect for an investor or an owner-occupant looking to pay the mortgage with rent from the second unit. With 1639 total square feet, both of the 1-bedroom, 1-bath units are quite spacious. Built-in 1941, this home features wood siding, a detached garage with separate doors for each unit, and a prime location just steps from California Recreation Park and Long Beach Polytechnic High School.
Inside the first unit, you’ll find a spacious living room with beautiful wood floors and plenty of natural light. The ample windows have plantation shutters for privacy and energy efficiency. Off the living room is a formal dining room that could also be used as a home office. The redone kitchen features tile flooring, granite counters, plenty of cabinet space, and a stackable washer and dryer that is included in the sale. A small hallway with lots of built-in storage connects to the spacious bedroom and full bath.
The second unit also features a large living room with tile flooring that extends down the hallway, leading to the bright and airy kitchen. Here you’ll find classic black-and-white checkered floor tile, a brand-new 5-burner range, and hookups for a stackable washer and gas dryer. Across the hall is a spacious bedroom with mirrored closet doors. A bonus room that could be used as a second bedroom or home office is off the kitchen and has wood flooring, a ceiling fan, and plantation shutters. There is also additional built-in storage in the hallway leading to the entire bathroom. Off the small private back patio, there is a separate laundry room. A long gated driveway with two individual garage spaces provides plenty of off-street parking.
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The Poly High neighborhood of Long Beach is one of the city’s most affordable areas. Its borders are made up of Long Beach Blvd. to the west, Cherry Ave. to the east, Anaheim St. to the south, and a diagonal line that runs from about Long Beach Blvd/25th Street to Cherry Ave/19th Street. It is just north of downtown Long Beach and southwest of Signal Hill. The Poly High neighborhood features a variety of architectural styles, including Craftsman, California Bungalows, and Colonial Spanish. Many of the homes were built between 1900 and the 1930s. In addition to single-family homes, there is a mix of multi-family units and apartments. Within the northern part of the Poly High area is the small Sunrise Historic District, which has a similar feel to that of Carroll Park. The Poly High neighborhood is home to amny parks such as Chittick Field Park and MLK Jr. Park, as well as Long Beach Polytechnic High School, for which the area was named.View The Area