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Listed at $625,000 and sold for $650,000!
Here's your chance to buy a home and create your own vision!
2442 Maine Avenue is an opportunity just waiting for you! This spacious home is nearly 1,500 SF on a lot that is over 6,000 SF! A generously sized living room has hardwood floors, a fireplace, and many windows. It flows into the dining room and the adjacent galley kitchen, both of which are light and airy.
There are two large bedrooms, one at the front of the house and one at the back. An additional third bedroom has an attached bathroom and opens to the covered patio and backyard. You’ll appreciate the inside laundry room and plentiful closets and storage throughout, including multiple linen cabinets in the hallway.
A large cypress tree in the front yard helps keep the home cool, and the mature landscaping is low maintenance. The huge backyard has so many possibilities for gardening, outdoor entertainment, a pool, or whatever else you can envision. A long driveway plus a 2 car detached garage and additional storage behind it offer a good deal of outdoor space.Since it was built in 1947, just two families have been fortunate enough to call 2442 Maine Avenue their home. Will you be the third owner? It is just waiting for someone to make it their own. Situated in the friendly Wrigley neighborhood, the convenient location offers easy access to shopping, dining, and transportation.
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.