This quaint brick Tudor is listed for sale at 465 West Chester St. in the desirable Westholme section of the City of Long Beach.
Built in 1933, this three-bedroom home has two and a half bathrooms and a private backyard with a deck for enjoying those cool summer breezes in the City by The Sea.
The house features an eat-in kitchen with sliding doors to the back deck, a formal dining room with exposed beams, an open living room with hardwood floors and a fully finished basement with a den and full bathroom. Outside is has a porch, one-car garage and new concrete driveway.
It’s located less than a mile from the Long Beach Long Island Rail Road station and Long Beach Boulevard, which links the Long Beach Island—a barrier island protecting the South Shore of Long Island from the ocean—and its eponymous city to mainland Long Island.
As for the other two bridges off the island, the house is three miles from the Loop Parkway to the east and three miles from Nassau Boulevard to the west. And it’s within walking distance of downtown LBC, a lively seaside community that is the closest thing to California found on LI.
The house is in the Long Beach School District, which had its high school ranked No. 22 on The Washington Post‘s list of the Most Challenging High Schools on LI last year.
The asking price is $549,000, not including the annual property taxes of $12,404. This property is a short sale subject to third-party approval.
The real estate listed for the property is Bryan Murphy of Long Beach Realty, who can be reached at 516-442-7082.