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1920s Spanish-style with two bedrooms asks $525K in Long Beach

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With a formal dining room and a converted garage

Front yard of house
The house was built in 1926.
Photos courtesy Chuck Pillsbury, Zutila

This sunny home in Long Beach was built in 1926, when similar Spanish bungalows were popping up throughout Southern California. It’s been updated significantly since then, but retains arched entryways, casement windows, and a built-in breakfast nook with a table and bench seating.

Fronted by a small lawn and a tree-lined pathway, the home has a white stucco exterior with a barrel-tiled roof. Inside are two bedrooms and a bathroom spread across 1,126 square feet of floor space.

The kitchen appears to have been recently renovated and is equipped with a stainless steel dishwasher and a farmhouse sink. A formal dining room includes crown moldings and a panel of windows.

The house sits on a 3,117-square-foot lot and opens to a tiled patio space in the back with a garden and a detached garage that’s been converted to an airy studio space illuminated by glass doors.

Asking price is $524,900.

Living room
Dining room
Back patio
Studio space