“It’s typical of these kinds of restoration programs where someone has a little bit of money to take care of the stained glass, then the glass guys say you’ve got cracks in the terra cotta, and then you’ve got to replace the terra cotta with some that’s the right color.”
The buyers will be looking into getting the home eligible for a Mills Act tax deduction for restoration and preservation of historic homes as well as getting it registered as a historic landmark.
Nobody’s claiming there’s a literal A in the word, but there’s an “understood” A in it; an invisible A, if you will (and you will).
Take a look at three homes for sale in one of the city’s areas with the lowest crime.
Homebuyers, whether they’re looking for a place to live permanently or simply trying to flip a dicey property for a tidy profit, scour the real estate listings looking for problem properties that, with a little hard work, can be transformed into a nice place to live, or sell.
The Bass residence’s current owner is longtime Long Beach ophthalmologist John McBeath, who bought the home in 2015 so he could retire on the golf course that the home overlooks.
Residents have been speculating about what’s next: Winco, CVS Pharmacy y Mas, El Super, Northgate, Grocery Warehouse, workout centers, batting cages, a homeless shelter, a children’s zoo, a health food store and, yes, Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods.
The statue was in Long Beach’s old Pacific Park, which was renamed Lincoln Park upon the unveiling of the monument on July 3, 1915, the 52nd anniversary of the Battle at Gettysburg.
From 1980 until 2000, it was the residence of former Mayor Beverly O’Neill, who has lived on the Peninsula since 1957.
The storm turned the sea into a raging force as huge waves pummeled the Alamitos Peninsula and Belmont Shore, yanking 10 homes off their foundations and washing them out to sea, while reducing scores of others to driftwood kindling.