Situated on a quiet, tree-lined street in Lakewood Village, this spacious two-story home boasts three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and rests on a huge 7,867 square foot lot. If you’re a fan of original wood-work, high ceilings and bright, airy spaces, this may be the perfect home for you.
The large living area features original hardwood floors and a brick fireplace and built-in shelving. Adjacent to the living room, there’s a formal dining room with bay windows and access to the kitchen. The galley-style kitchen features ample counter space, with granite countertops, a tile backsplash and room for a breakfast table. The ground floor also features two large bedrooms with ceiling fans, a family room that opens to the back yard, and a full bathroom with cheerful blue and white tiles .
Upstairs, you’ll find a large master bedroom with an ensuite bathroom and sitting area leading to a balcony overlooking the backyard. At the opposite end of the landing is a bonus room with its own bathroom, creating a possible secondary master suite.
Additional amenities include central heating and air conditioning and a 2-car detached garage with a long driveway. Perfect for entertaining, the private backyard has a brick patio, a lush lawn, a mature pomegranate tree, and plenty of open space to make your own. Ideally located, this home is close to great schools, the Lakewood Center Mall, the Long Beach Airport, and more!
The Lakewood Village neighborhood is also known as “The Village” and sits just north of Carson Street. Surrounded on three sides (north, west, and east) by the city of Lakewood and by Carson Street on the south, it is part of Long Beach and is one of the city’s most desirable neighborhoods. The Lakewood Village neighborhood is known for its estate sized lots, starting at about 7,000 square feet, as well as its custom homes. You’ll find everything from quaint cottages to elaborate mansions. Many of the older homes date from the 1930s and 1940s and there are recent remodels and rebuilds as well, with architectural styles including English Tudor, Cape Cod, Mediterranean, French Country, Contemporary and more. At the southeast and southwest corners of Lakewood Village are two quaint shopping areas, Viking Way and Norse Way, which feature shops and restaurants. The neighborhood is served by highly rated Mark Twain Elementary School and Bancroft Middle School and the area high school is Lakewood High School. Located on the southern edge of the Village is Long Beach City College’s Liberal Arts Campus.