Tucked at the end of a cul de sac around the corner from highly rated schools, this charming Los Altos ranch home is updated and move-in ready. The front yard artfully combines arid climate landscaping, flowering plants, and a lawn, and there’s the potential for RV parking at the side of the 8,130 sq. ft. lot. Light neutral tones and updated flooring create a tranquil feeling throughout the home. All three bedrooms are spacious and both bathrooms have been remodeled and enhanced with decorative tile and new fixtures. The large living room flows into the dining room and has an open counter connecting it to the kitchen. Recently remodeled, the kitchen features white shaker style cabinets, quartz countertops, a subway tile backsplash, recessed lighting and a stainless steel farmhouse sink. Just off the living and dining room is a gorgeous enclosed sun room with high beamed ceilings, floor to ceiling windows, and a sliding glass door, offering access and views to the lush, expansive backyard. The wrap-around yard has a newer deck with above ground hot tub and lush mature landscaping, creating the perfect private outdoor retreat. Though you’re close to schools, shopping and restaurants, you’ll feel like you’re miles away. This home has numerous upgrades, including central heating and dual pane windows.
The Los Altos neighborhood in Long Beach is situated on the east side of Long Beach, bounded by Clark Avenue on the west, Palo Verde and Studebaker Avenue on the east, Spring Street on the north, and Atherton Street on the south. This is a quiet, suburban feeling neighborhood consisting of single-family traditional style ranch homes built in the 1950s and 60s. This Long Beach neighborhood has several shopping venues including the Los Altos Center and The Los Altos Gateway Center. The area is served by Minnie Gant Elementary School, Prisk Elementary School, Florence Bixby Elementary School, Stanford Middle School and Millikan High School. Whaley Park is located within Los Altos.