Long Beach Gem of a Home Two Blocks from Boardwalk Asks $1.3M

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A beachside gem of a home just two blocks from the South Shore’s most beloved boardwalk is listed for sale at 45 W. Penn St. in Long Beach.

Built in 1924 and recently updated, this house blends the old with the new in impressive ways. Its contemporary architecture, stucco exterior, and many gorgeous stained glass windows give the home its old-world charm. Meanwhile, new renovations, especially in the kitchens and bathrooms, make for comfortable modern living.

Tall windows on all sides of the home offer a lovely view of Long Beach and let in ample amounts of natural light. The formal dining room has high ceilings and just one of the beautiful stained glass windows. So does the large, sunken living room, which also boasts a quaint, wood-burning fireplace.

A modern, blue-and-white, chef’s eat-in kitchen ties it all together with a large island; top-grade, stainless steel appliances; a wine cooler; and a sleek look all around, from its oversized ceramic floor tiles to its stylish lighting fixtures.

The home has a total of seven bedrooms, including a guest room and the master bedroom, which boasts a private, spa-like bath. Plus, there are a total of three full bathrooms and one half bathroom. 

The house is equipped with a one-car garage, but no basement. It is located just two blocks from the Long Beach Boardwalk and the city’s bustling beach, as well as in close proximity to the Long Island Rail Road.

The asking price is $1,300,000, not including the annual property tax of  $17,924.

The real estate agent listed for the property is Mazal Amram, of Topper Realty Corp., who can be reached at 516-889-6677.

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