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Charming 1920s home in Long Beach seeks $599K

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The house has wood floors and built-ins throughout

The living room’s barrel ceilings are ornamented with painted wood beams.
Photos by Ray Maloles/Rancho Photos, courtesy Mary Ebersole/ReMax

This 1920s home in Long Beach offers an appealing blend of original details and recent updates.

Sitting on a 3,410-square-foot lot, the home is fronted by a neatly landscaped drought-tolerant lawn. Inside are refinished hardwood floors, arched entries, French doors, built-in shelving and cabinets, and barrel ceilings with painted wood beams.

The 1,132-square-foot home has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, with a formal dining room and a breakfast nook in the freshly remodeled kitchen. Ducts, HVAC, and the home’s water heater have all been upgraded in the last three years, and a former laundry room has been converted into a bathroom, creating a master suite.

The house opens to an enclosed backyard area with a covered patio and a fire pit. A long driveway runs alongside the home.

Last sold in 2015 for $435,000, the home is now asking $599,000.

The house was built in 1927.
The renovated kitchen has a breakfast nook.
A formal dining room has French doors and built-in cabinetry.
The backyard has a covered patio and a fire pit.