Welcome home to this classic Spanish style bungalow near the Traffic Circle. Nestled on a beautiful, tree-lined street, this home offers a blend of modern updates and traditional charm. It boasts 936 square feet of living space in the main house, plus a separate bonus room off the garage providing more than 200 square feet of additional space. The inviting brick walkway and the lush, mature landscaping give this home a lovely curb appeal.
Step inside to find a large living room with an entry closet, beautiful built-ins and hardwood floors. Adjacent to the living room is an open dining room featuring a coved ceiling and built-in bench seating with storage. The efficient kitchen was remodeled in 2018 with new cabinets, marble countertops, a Fisher Paykel refrigerator and dishwasher, a Bertazzoni gas range, a deep farmhouse sink, and a new tile floor and backsplash. All appliances are included in the sale!
Both bedrooms are light and airy, with ceiling fans to complement the central heat and air conditioning. The bathroom was remodeled in 2019 and features a tiled shower, custom built vanity, new fixtures and plumbing. New water lines were also run to the garage laundry in 2022. You won’t have to worry about parking since there’s a detached garage plus a long driveway with an electric car charger. Adjacent to the garage you’ll also find the bonus room, which is perfect for entertaining, a home office, or an art studio.
The private backyard features a brick patio, lush landscaping with artificial turf and a mature orange tree. It’s the perfect setting for barbecues and enjoying the gorgeous Southern California weather. This home is in a fantastic location, an easy walk to shops, restaurants and Recreation Park.
The Circle Area of Long Beach gets its name for the traffic roundabout at the intersection of Pacific Coast Highway, Lakewood Blvd, and Los Coyotes Diagonal. The outer boarders of this neighborhood are made up of Stearns St. to the north, Clark Ave. to the east, Anaheim St. to the south, and Loma Ave. to the west. It is next to the neighborhoods of Artcraft Manor and Park Estates.
There is a very wide range of home sizes and styles in this area, more-so than in many other Long Beach neighborhoods. The most popular homes are the Spanish and Bungalow styles, though there is a mix of everything. Many of the single family homes were built between 1920 and 1950, but there are also multi-family residences and condos that provide convenient housing for nearby California State University Long Beach.
There are numerous shops and restaurants in and around this area, and it is conveniently located near the Recreation Park Golf Course, Woodrow Wilson High School, and the 405 freeway.