If you love the vintage charm of a classic Craftsman-style bungalow, here’s your opportunity to own one! Just blocks from the beach, this lovely Bluff Heights home welcomes you with a huge covered front porch, perfect for sipping your morning coffee while enjoying the ocean air. Inside, the traditional bungalow floor plan features a spacious living room and an airy dining room separated by classic vintage built-in cabinets. An additional built-in cabinet provides great storage in the dining room and beautiful windows bathe the space in natural light. The kitchen features tile floors, updated counters, a vintage stove, and a skylight. The updated bathroom has a pedestal sink and another skylight. A deck in the back is ideal for entertaining or relaxing in the sun, and mature landscaping adds to the yard’s appeal. Additional features include laminate and wood floors, updated plumbing, and plenty of off-street parking. With a long driveway at your disposal, the detached garage could easily function as a workshop, art studio, or additional storage. Park your car and enjoy a short walk to the Broadway Corridor, Retro Row, or the beach.
The Bluff Heights neighborhood of Long Beach is one of the city’s vibrant older residential neighborhoods. The area features predominantly Craftsman Bungalows constructed between 1910 and 1923, and also includes some Spanish Colonial Revival, Prairie Style, Colonial Revival, and Tudor homes built in the 1920s and 1930s. In the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, some large-scale multi-family structures were also built in the neighborhood. The Bluff Heights area is now one of Long Beach’s city-designated historic districts. Bluff Heights lies between Broadway on the south, 4th Street on the north, Junipero and Wisconsin on the west and Redondo on the east. To the north is Rose Park South and to the south lies the Bluff Park neighborhood. To the east is Belmont Heights. The Bluff “Heights” area includes most of the Broadway corridor running east west from approximately Redondo Avenue down to Alamitos Avenue. Broadway is home to unique restaurants, coffee joints and interesting shops. At the 4th Street and Junipero you will find Long Beach’s Retro Row, home to coffee houses, clothing and gift stores and the restored Art Theater. The neighborhood is very walkable.