This classic Spanish Colonial Revival home in the heart of the Rose Park Historic District features charming vintage details combined with tasteful updates. From the gleaming hardwood floors and high barrel ceilings in the living room to the new cabinets and quartz counters in the kitchen, there’s a lot to love. In addition to two spacious bedrooms, you’ll find two perfect spots to work at home -- a cozy office with a built-in desk at the front of the home and a den at the rear of the home. The hall bathroom retains its 1920s charm, with a built-in vanity and honeycomb tile floors. The back yard is huge, with a patio for entertaining, an expansive lawn, and a garden spot for you to add whatever veggies and flowers your heart desires. Parking is a breeze with a detached garage and a long driveway. This home offers a great, walkable location, an easy stroll from shopping, restaurants, parks, and the beach.
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Named one of the country’s best “Old House Neighborhoods” by “This Old House” magazine, the area was named after the circular Rose Park at the junction of 8th Street and Orizaba Avenue. The park was dedicated to the City of Long Beach by the Alamitos Land Company in 1910 and many of the homes were built in the teens through the 1930s. There are two historic districts within the neighborhood and a host of historic Craftsman style homes, along with Spanish Colonial Revival single family and multi-family residences. Bounded on the west and east by St. Louis and Coronado and north and south by 10th Street and 7th Street, Rose Park is characteristic of Long Beach’s older residential neighborhoods. The Rose Park area is walking distance to 4thStreet’s Retro Row, which features many popular eateries along with coffee houses, wine bars, and a restored art theater. For more information, please see the official neighborhood association website at www.rpna.org.