Home of the Day: Multi-story modernism in Long Beach for $575,000

Home of the Day: Paul Edward Tay-designed modernist home in Long Beach for $575,000

Tiers of flat rooflines and vertical bands of windows are among the distinguishing characteristics of this blocky modernist residence in Long Beach. Designed by architect Paul Edward Tay and completed in the late 1960s, the home spans four stories with floor-to-ceiling glass and three original brick fireplaces. Various balconies and a glass-enclosed loft take in views of the surrounding area.

Location: 3375 North Crest Dr., Long Beach, 90807

Price: $575,000

Year built: 1969

Architect: Paul Edward Tay

House size: 2,696 square feet, four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms

Lot size: 5,017 square feet

Features: Floor-to-ceiling windows, wood siding, tile and teak flooring, brick-lined gas fireplaces, open-area living room/dining room, kitchen, master suite with fireplace, front and rear decks, pond with waterfall feature, rooftop deck

About the area: The median sale price in the 90807 ZIP Code over the last 90 days was $563,000, based on 94 sales, according to Redfin. The median list price during that time was $620,000.

Agents: Alicia Ives, Redfin, (562) 741-8738

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