Here are some places you might consider as you beat tracks out of the state you insist on referring to as Cali.
When an area attains a name, it’s often an organic process which may arise from residents feeling that their community is in need of a jazzier remake, such as some residents of the South of Conant neighborhood rallying to adopt SoCo.
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.
Take a look at three homes for sale in one of the city’s areas with the lowest crime.
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.
The Bluff Park home, just east of the Belmont Pier, features three bedrooms, six baths, three fireplaces, two saunas, a basement, a spa, a private pool house, an 800-square-foot game room and a four-car garage.
A mere million doesn’t buy you a waterfront lot, but it’ll maybe get you a view of the distant Pacific, especially if you go the condo route.
According to CoreLogic, the median price of a Los Angeles County home was $585,000 last month, up from $580,000 in February 2018.
The sprawling 5,619 square-foot lot at 224 Rivo Alto Canal has 68 feet of water frontage, and it comes with a 52-foot boat dock (but no house). It’s yours for $4 million.
While overall buying dropped, prices didn’t. Here are the most expensive Long Beach homes purchased in 2018.