Cozy Urban Cottage
665 Temple Avenue, Long Beach CA
This Temple Avenue cottage in the Rose Park South Historic District is an inviting retreat indoors as well as outdoors. With a charming garden in the front, you enter through an elegant blue door to the open foyer and living room that act as the heart of the home. The dining room features white paneled accent walls and a clear view into the large backyard. To the side, a fantastic kitchen with stainless steel appliances and caesarstone countertops includes an additional eating area overlooking the back yard. All three bedrooms have hardwood floors and sunlit windows. The master bedroom features a connecting spa-like master bathroom.
The patio and backyard are huge with easy access to the dining room and kitchen, making a perfect place to entertain. Raised planters, in-ground irrigation, multiple fruit bearing trees, and a large yard make this ideal for the would-be gardener and for families looking for ample space.
Rose Park South Historic District is one of the most walkable neighborhoods around, with easy access to Retro Row, locally owned businesses, and Downtown. 665 Temple is the perfect landing pad for Long Beach life.
What’s In Walking Distance?
Rose Park Roasters: 3044 E 4th St, Long Beach, CA 90814
A Long Beach original, Rose Park Roasters has a growing following, and plenty of options in terms of coffee varietals including single-origin. While their beans are served in multiple locations across Long Beach, this is their only brick-and-mortar store.
Retro Row: On 4th St., between Temple and Cherry Ave.
With several vintage stores, restaurants, and Long Beach event venues within, Retro Row is a collective portion of 4th St. that celebrates diversity and design. The Social List, Restauration, 4th Street Vine, and Lola’s Mexican Food are among the favorites in the neighborhood.