Bluff Park Historic District Long Beach, California 90803. A small, upscale neighborhood of homes built in 1900 to 1950. You will find different architectural styles including California Bungalows, Craftsman, Spanish, Mediterranean and Colonial style homes as a part of Bluff Park real estate.
Along Ocean Blvd is Bluff Park, a 25 acre, green grass, park on top of a bluff…which is used by everybody from early morning exercisers, people walking their dogs or joggers along the coastline looking out over the ocean.
There is a statue of the Lone Sailor in the park as a way to pay honor to Long Beach’s Naval history. The Bluff Park neighborhood is bordered by Loma on the south, Junipero on the north, Ocean Blvd on the west and Broadway on the east.
The Long Beach Museum of Art is located at 2300 East Ocean Blvd in the Historic District area. The admission is $7 for adults and $6 for students and seniors (over 62).
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Bluff Park Historic District Home Sales – Trends
Over the years, pricing has changed. We have a new real estate trends report on our website to help you understand what is really happening in the marketplace. Review the current market statistics report that is updated monthly exclusively for Bluff Park.
It will help you to see if the home prices are UP, DOWN or STABLE. The more you know about Bluff Park market statistics and Long Beach housing prices, the better investor you will be. Whether you are buying or selling in Long Beach, please check out our statistical reporting charts and graphs. They are very easy to read and understand.
When you have questions, just call Jay Valento for a friendly, helpful real estate consultation at 562-413-7655.