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Treetop Views and Mid-Century Elegance
Live the beach lifestyle in this fabulous condo in the Bluff Park neighborhood of Long Beach. Built in the 1960s, the Chateau Nadyne is a classic 1960s building in a location that provides easy access to all the area’s amenities -- shops, restaurants, parks, the farmer’s market, and yoga on the bluff. Simply park your car in one of the two included spots and stroll to whatever your heart desires. Or stay at home, because you’ll love it too! The spacious interior features newer laminate floors, and an open, airy floor plan. The galley style kitchen has been tastefully updated with new counters, a new sink, and fresh paint. The dining area opens to the large living room as well as the private balcony where you can gaze out at the park (or your peek-a-boo ocean view). The two large bedrooms both have ample closet space and laminate floors, and both bathrooms have been updated, with an en-suite for the master. Whether you’re in stay-at-home or going-out mode, this condo is the perfect spot.
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The Bluff Park neighborhood in Long Beach CA is one of the city’s most charming upscale neighborhoods. Bluff Park features a number of large, stately homes with a variety of architectural styles, including Colonial Revival, Mediterranean, Craftsman, Tudor, and Prairie Style. Homes date back to the early 1900s. Bluff Park became a city-designated historic district in 1992. There are also some larger multi-family residences. The neighborhood gets its name from Bluff Park, a narrow park that runs along much of the beach in Long Beach. Bluff Park is the location of the Long Beach Museum of Art as well as a Buddhist monastery that was once a Roman Catholic convent. The boundaries for the Bluff Park Historic District are Ocean Boulevard on the south, Junipero Avenue on the west, a jagged line between 2ndStreet and Broadway on the north, and Loma Avenue on the east. Belmont Heights lies to the east of Bluff Park and Bluff Heights lies to the north. The northern edge of Bluff Park, Broadway, features a number of restaurants, coffee joints, and interesting shops, making the neighborhood very walkable. The Bluff Park Neighborhood Association is an active, volunteer organization dedicated to promoting the historic character of the neighborhood. More information can be found here:http://www.bluffpark.org/