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A bluff-top Spanish-style villa with ocean views

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Set on a bluff above the beach and ocean in Long Beach, this Spanish-style villa is rich in architectural details. Trussed and stenciled ceilings in the sunken living room, original wrought iron, classic tile work, interior archways and Moorish alcoves retain the home's 1930 vibe.

Location: 7 37th Place, Long Beach 90803

Asking price: $1.625 million

Year built: 1930

Architect: Harry Broner

House size: Six bedrooms, three bathrooms, 4,435 square feet

Lot size: 5,101 square feet

Features: Gated street, center hall, den, library/study, breakfast room, family room, wine cellar, French doors, balcony, patio, elevator, three-car garage, ocean and Queen Mary views.

About the area: Last year, 195 single-family homes sold in the 90803 ZIP Code at a median price of $828,000, according to DataQuick. That was a 6.8% price increase from 2012.

Agent: Loree Scarborough, Coldwell Banker Coastal Alliance, (562) 494-4600

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