Lots of our clients love the characteristics of historical homes in the city of Long Beach. Below is a list of Long Beach historical homes for sale. These Long Beach homes were built between 1800 and 1935.
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Which of these Long Beach Historical homes do you like?
There are 18 neighborhoods that are designated as historic districts. Today, I have all of the current homes in these Long Beach historical neighborhoods.
|Long Beach Historic Districts||Architecture Designs||Year Built||Listings for Sale|
|Belmont Heights||Craftsman bungalows, Victorian, Mediterranean and Spanish Colonial Revival, Tudor Revival and Neo-Traditional.||1905-1939|
|Bluff Heights||Tudor Style & Bungalows||1910 to 1923|
|Bluff Park||Greene and Greene, American Craftsman, California Bungalow, Spanish Revival, American Colonial Revival, Tudor and Mediterranean||early 1900's|
|California Heights||Spanish Colonial Revival, Craftsman bungalows and Tudor Revival styles||1920 to 1927ish|
|Carroll Park||1898 to 1923|
|Drake Park – Wilmore City||Early 1900's|
|Hellman Street Craftsman|
|Rose Park||Craftsman Bungalows. Prairie/Mission Revival, Ranch style and Neo-Traditional houses.||1905 to 1940s|
|Rose Park South|
|Wrigley Area||1928 to 1934|
Area Photos of Historic Districts
List of 18 historic districts in Long Beach. More details are coming soon.
- Belmont Heights
- Bluff Heights
- Bluff Park
- Brenner Place
- California Heights
- Carroll Park
- Drake Park – Wilmore City
- Eliot Lane
- Grant Neighborhood
- Hellman Street Craftsman
- Linden Avenue
- Minerva Place
- Rose Park
- Rose Park South
- Sunrise Blvd
- Wilton Street
- Wrigley Area