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Handsome midcentury in Long Beach seeking second owner for $939K

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It’s got beamed ceilings and a host of built-ins

Family room
The home includes wood-paneled walls and beamed ceilings.
Photos courtesy Barrie Petersen, Compass

This suave midcentury modern home in Long Beach was built in 1956 and appears to have been kept in excellent condition in the years since.

The 1,911-square-foot home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, with hardwood floors, built-in shelving, beamed ceilings, multiple fireplaces, and walls of glass. The wood-paneled family room is fronted by a brick wall with a fireplace and pockets of shelving. It leads into a vintage kitchen with oak cabinetry, a double oven, and a built-in breakfast nook.

The home sits on a roomy 9,888-square-foot lot in the city’s quiet La Marina Estates neighborhood. Fronted by a neatly landscaped front yard, the house has a long driveway and an attached two-car garage. In the back is a large, pergola-shaded dining patio, a couple other seating areas, a hot tub, and brick planters throughout the yard.

On the market for the first time since its construction, the home is asking $939,000.

Living room
Living room with built-in shelving
Family room with brick wall
Kitchen with built-in seating
Back patio
Front view of house