Most of the Rose Park Long Beach real estate was built in 1910 to 1920’s. The name of this neighborhood comes from the “Rose Circle Park” which is in the center of a street circle at 8th street and Orizaba. The park was donated by the Alamitos Land Company in 1910.
There are two historic districts in one: Rose Park and Rose Park South. Rose Park South is south of 7th Street and north of 4th Street. Just south of 4th Street are two more historical districts Carroll Park and Bluff Heights.
Home Styles of Rose Park Long Beach Real Estate
Architectural Style of Homes in Rose Park Historical Districts include California Bungalows, Ranch Style and Neo-Traditional houses.
A turn of the century California Bungalow near the beach! This wonderful Craftsman was built in 1908, two years before one of the oldest city parks, Rose Circle Park, came into being. The Rose Park community has many accolades including being named o
Welcome to 820 and 822 Stanley Ave, an upgraded prime Rose Park 1924 Craftsman Bungalow Duplex just 1 mile to the beach on a pretty tree-lined street. This gorgeous and charming property boasts newly installed central heat and air in the larger front