Exclusive areas of Long Beach Page 1

View exclusive home areas in Long Beach. Just click on a specific location of Long Beach in which location, style of living from sophistication to a relaxed neighborhood. Find the location that suits your style and in time you can call Long Beach,  " Home."

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Bluff Heights

Bluff Heights Historic District continues to represent a vibrant older residential neighborhood in Long Beach with many Craftsman and Spanish colonial revival single 

family structures.  Although. the area is predominately Craftsman and California Bungalows.



Naples is a neighborhood of Long Beach, California, built on three islands located in Alamitos Bay. 

The islands are divided by canals which open to the bay. The center of Naples features a large fountain which serves as a popular meeting spot. Prices can range from $689,000 to $7,395,000.


Bluff Park

Bluff Park is a small, upscale neighborhood with many older well-maintained homes. The historic district includes a variety of architectural styles, including Green and Green, American Craftsman, California Bungalow,

Spanish Revival, Prairie Style and Tutor.

Rose Park

The Rose Park District gains the name from the small circular park on Orizaba Ave. at the intersection of 8th street. The park was donated to the city in 1910 by the land company Alamitos Land Company. Most of the homes built in this early period through the 1920s are

Craftsman Bungalows.  


Belmont Shore

Belmont Shore Beach spans the waterfront of Belmont Shore neighborhood in Long Beach. Living the easy beach lifestyle 

with the beach just steps away.

2nd street is the place where college students like to go. Upscale residential and income

properties with that beach lifestyle.



Wrigley is a district in Long Beach, California, which deserves its name from William Wrigley Jr. the owner of and founder of the famed Wrigley Spearmint Gum Empire in Chicago. The original subdivision pattern was established in 1905. The neighborhood is also the home of the Daisy Avenue Christmas Tree Lane Parade, which is one of the city's oldest traditions and true neighborhood event.