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Sweet green Craftsman with guest house in Long Beach historic district asks $895K

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Built in 1912

Courtesy of Shannon Jones/Keller Williams Realty

This three-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom Craftsman bungalow in Long Beach’s Rose Park Historic District comes with an added bonus: a little rear guest house.

The main residence, built in 1912, comes with many of the design elements that are associated with Craftsman homes, namely beautiful woodwork and handsome built-ins. This house has both, plus wood floors, but also brings a few convenient upgrades to the table, including air conditioning, central heating, and a wonderfully remodeled kitchen.

The house’s master bedroom sits at the back of the home and features a connection to the deck via a pair of French doors. The master bathroom holds dual sinks and a bathtub with jets.

Beyond the deck, there’s the guest house, which mimics the style and exterior color scheme of the main residence. The guest house, is decidedly more modest, but still with a full kitchen, full bathroom, and a spacious bedroom.

Last sold in 2011 for $550,000, the house is now seeking $895,000.

  • 509 Temple [Shannon Jones/Keller Williams Realty]