This gorgeous 1918 Spanish-style bungalow in the heart of Alamitos Beach is ready for a new owner. The classic vintage details of this 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home are nicely paired with modern upgrades throughout. The spacious front living room flows into a formal dining room that’s perfect for entertaining. The functional galley kitchen features new quartz counters, lots of cabinet space, Spanish tile floors, a dishwasher, and built-in microwave. The master bedroom has an en-suite bath and a French door leading to a private back patio. There’s also a built-in ladder leading to a large attic space that could be used for storage or a work area. The charming side and back patio areas are a perfect spot for outdoor living without requiring lots of maintenance. This clean, bright, move-in ready home has central heat and air conditioning, copper plumbing, a tankless water heater, and off-street parking for two cars, plus the ability to park a third car in a painted curb spot. Imagine coming home to this beautiful home every day and being able to stroll a few blocks to the beach or to local restaurants, shops, or wine bars on 4th Street Retro Row.
This coastal Long Beach CA neighborhood is primarily high-density residential, with condominiums, apartments and some houses along Ocean Boulevard and the streets just north of it. Originally planned by John W. Bixby, Alamitos Beach extends from Alamitos Beach Blvd on the west to Junipero on the east, from Ocean on the southern edge to 4th Street on the north. The Alamitos Beach neighborhood was laid out in the 1920s and many of its buildings date back to this era. With the exception of condos along Ocean, there are not many high rise buildings. The Alamitos Beach area is also known for businesses along the Broadway corridor and 4th Street corridor, including many restaurants and bars. There is a significant LGBT community and many businesses that cater especially to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community. Ocean Boulevard is the route for city events including the Long Beach Marathon, the Long Beach Pride Parade, and the Amgen Tour of California Bike Race. Nearby neighborhoods include Carroll Park, Bluff Park, and Rose Park. The area is bicycle friendly, with a bike path along the beach, and bike paths along 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Streets as well. and Rose Park.