Historic-style Stucco Home in Long Beach Asks $1M


A beachy, historic-style stucco home is listed for sale at 323 E Walnut St. in Long Beach.

Built in 1925, this house has niche yet charming looks. From the tall brick staircase leading up to the entrance to its roomy front porch and new tile accents around the exterior windows, front door, and garage door, there is something refreshing about this home’s aesthetic. There is also a funky stained glass window and other fun details in this recently-updated house.

The approximately 2,000-square-foot home is split into two levels — the main floor and the fully finished basement with walk-out access. In total, the house has five bedrooms, three bathrooms, and one garage space.

There are oak floors throughout the home. The living room has high ceilings and a fireplace with a marble mantle, and the main floor also hosts the formal dining room and kitchen. Plus, there is a summer kitchen with new appliances and a tile backsplash in the basement.

The property comes with an alarm system, digital door locks, a garage door opener, Ring doorbell and video system, backyard storage, an electric hot tub, and a gas fire pit. The exterior of the home has been freshly painted and reframed.

Plus, location is everything — this home is in the heart of the City of Long Beach, just a short walk from the beach, shops, restaurants, and the Long Island Rail Road station.

The asking price is $1,049,000, not including the annual property tax of $10,300.

The real estate agent listed for the property is Joyce Coletti, of Douglas Elliman Real Estate, who can be reached at 516-432-3400.

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