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Great Homes of Long Beach

Set on a hillside in Belmont Heights, this 1921 contemporary home was originally a single-story Craftsman bungalow with two bedrooms. Today it is an expansive, light-filled home with dramatic midcentury touches and a top-floor master suite with panoramic ocean views. 

 (J. Christopher Launi )
Great Homes of Long Beach

The Gaytonia apartments, designed in 1930 by Reginald Freemont Inwood, features an elegant lobby adorned with gothic archways, lion sculptures, medieval wall sconces, antique Victorian furniture and the original elevator. 

 (J. Christopher Launi )
Great Homes of Long Beach

This Bluff Park home was transformed from a classic bungalow into a 5,000-square-foot Craftsman with hand-crafted wood details and iron work. 

 (J. Christopher Launi )
Great Homes of Long Beach

Many original details of this 1928 home have been preserved including coved ceilings with inset tray detail, picture-hang molding, telephone niche and windows. 

 (J. Christopher Launi )
Great Homes of Long Beach

The original geometric-design front door welcomes visitors to this 1928 Spanish Colonial in the Los Cerritos neighborhood. 

 (J. Christopher Launi )
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