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Tudor Home for Sale in Long Beach Historic District
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to own a charming Tudor home on one of the prettiest blocks in Long Beach. Situated in the heart of the Wrigley Historic District, this three-bedroom home will captivate you with its seamless blend of historic details and modern updates. The current owners have kept it meticulously maintained and now you can be part of this home’s history too. From the beautiful hardwood floors to the coved ceilings to the original divided light windows and the traditional fireplace flanked by original mahogany built-in bookcases, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time. Imagine hosting a dinner party in the formal dining room or preparing meals in the tastefully remodeled kitchen, which features a breakfast bar, butler’s pantry or baking area, and abundant counters and cabinets. The spacious bathroom has a vintage feel with a separate cast iron tub and a new shower, new vanity, and new LVT flooring.
The backyard is ideal for entertaining with a mahogany deck, a huge lawn, an outdoor shower, and even a lemon tree to garnish the cocktails you’ll be sipping outside in the sun. You’ll appreciate the lush, drought-tolerant landscaping in the front as well as the Spanish fountain and landscape lighting. The home also features updated plumbing and electrical as well as central heat and air conditioning. There’s a 2 car detached garage with laundry hookups and a long driveway. And this stunning home was one of a handful approved by the city for coveted Mills Act status, meaning you’ll save money on your property taxes as well.
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The Wrigley neighborhood of Long Beach was one of the first communities established in Long Beach. Named for William Wrigley of Wrigley chewing gum fame, this Long Beach neighborhood was first established in 1905. For those looking for affordable homes with large lots and classic architecture, Wrigley is definitely a neighborhood to check out. Wrigley features many lovely 1920s Spanish style homes along with other classic traditional homes built in the 1930s and 1940s. There is a small historic district on a portion of Eucalyptus Avenue. Developed on a gridiron street pattern, the Wrigley district lies south of the 405 Freeway, north of Pacific Coast Highway, east of the Los Angeles River and west of Long Beach Boulevard and Pacific Avenue. The neighborhood is convenient to the freeways, the Metro Train and the Wrigley Marketplace shopping center.