Situated on a tree-lined street in the Wrigley neighborhood, this move-in-ready 1920s home has a light and airy interior plus great low-maintenance outdoor areas. The decor of this home is timeless, featuring a formal entry, beamed ceilings, dark-stained hardwood floors, a striking rock wall fireplace, and a built-in corner cabinet in the dining room. You'll love the tastefully remodeled kitchen with white shaker cabinets, granite counters, subway tile backsplash, and stainless steel appliances. The bathroom has also been remodeled and windows have been replaced. This home was originally built with two bedrooms, but previous owners added another room with a large closet and french doors to the back yard, providing an optional third bedroom or home office. The back yard provides a private, low-maintenance living space that's perfect for relaxing. Parking is a breeze too with both a long driveway and a detached garage. The garage also features laundry hookups, cabinets, and a workbench for all your stay-at-home projects.
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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.