788 Orizaba Avenue is one of the handful of homes directly across from Rose Park, the circular park for which the surrounding historic district is named. This spacious home beautifully blends Craftsman architecture with modern amenities and style.
From the gleaming hardwood floors to the high-end light fixtures and updated bathrooms and kitchen, you’ll appreciate the attention to detail throughout.
The large Craftsman-inspired kitchen has a rolling butcher block island, black quartz countertops and tons of storage. It’s a perfect spot to sit and sip your morning coffee.
In addition to the amply sized living and dining rooms, downstairs you’ll find two bedrooms plus a bonus room that could be an additional bedroom. Upstairs, the master retreat feels like an urban aerie with its soaring ceiling and lush, green view of the park. The master features a walk-in closet, a separate shoe closet and a spa-like bathroom with a glass tile rain shower. The master has access to a deck above the garage with stairs leading to the private back yard with lush plantings, deck, and spa. There’s also a fenced side yard with mature trees, including lemon and lime, and a huge garage. This home is located near CSULB, downtown, the beach, shopping and restaurants.
The Rose Park Neighborhood was named one of the “Best Old House Neighborhoods in the US” by This Old House magazine and is known for its quaint bungalows and great location. For more information on the neighborhood and other homes for sale in Rose Park, Long Beach, visit our Rose Park Neighborhood Page by clicking here.