If you enjoy an active lifestyle and love the outdoors, then 5412 Heron Bay in beautiful Spinnaker Coves may be the home for you! With a large front patio, two private balconies and a spacious rooftop deck, there’s plenty of outdoor living space in this end-unit townhome but no lawn to mow or hedges to trim. And in addition to your own abundant outdoor space, you’ve also got access to a resort-style community pool, tennis courts, Marina Vista Park next door and Marine Stadium just steps away. This spacious, multi-level Mediterranean-inspired home offers 1769 sq. ft, of living space with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and an attached garage with direct access. The living room has a gas fireplace, exposed beams and a wet bar with steps leading to the kitchen, dining area, and the convenient powder room. The elegant kitchen has granite countertops with generous counter space, and dark wood cabinets. The second level has a full bathroom, and two large bedrooms with a shared balcony. One of the bedrooms is currently being used as an office and doesn’t presently have a closet. Moving up to the third level, you’ll find the laundry room and large master suite with three large closets, a private balcony, gas fireplace, and an en suite bathroom. After all that outdoor activity, you’ll love relaxing in the jetted bathtub! The last set of stairs lead to the ultimate party-pad rooftop patio, great for lounging or entertaining and with a peekaboo view of Marine Stadium. Designed by renowned architect Edward Killingsworth, Spinnaker Coves is within easy walking distance of not only outdoor activities but also shopping, restaurants, and blue ribbon schools.
The Alamitos Heights neighborhood of Long Beach CA consists of tree-lined streets bounded by Pacific Coast Highway on the north, Colorado Street on the south, Park Avenue on the west and Bellflower Boulevard on the east. This Long Beach CA neighborhood is made up of single family homes, including large 2 story colonials, ranch style single stories as well as Spanish and Mediterranean style homes. The earliest homes in Alamitos Heights date from the 1920s and the area was built up during the 30′s through the 50′s. Alamitos Heights sits on the edge of Recreation Park, one of Long Beach’s largest parks next to El Dorado — as well as the Recreation Park Public Golf Course, a regulation length course that is open to the public. The Alamitos Heights Improvement Association is a non-profit community organization founded in 1923. To learn more about upcoming events and activities, you can visit http://www.ahia.info.