Welcome to this classic 1936 home in the Wrigley neighborhood. Original archways, hardwood floors, handcrafted ceilings, and a faux fireplace greet you as soon as you walk into the home. The large living and dining area has plenty of natural light and space for family gatherings. The kitchen has wood cabinets and tiled counters with an archway from the kitchen to a quaint breakfast nook with original built-in cabinets. Picture enjoying a morning coffee in this pleasant, sunny space! A separate laundry room adjacent to the kitchen has a door leading outside and to the second bedroom.
At the rear of the home, you’ll find two generously sized bedrooms and a vintage-style bathroom with period tile. The spacious backyard includes low maintenance artificial turf, space for gardening, a large storage unit, and covered patio for entertaining. Plus, the private driveway is a rarity in this area! The home features a Mini-duct heating and air conditioning system in the living room, kitchen, and both bedrooms, as well as upgraded electrical and copper plumbing. This home is conveniently located near shopping and has convenient access to the freeway and Metro Rail.
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.