Neighborhood: Lakewood Village (lvd), 29 - Lakewood Village
Spanish Villa with wall to wall glass windows looking into backyard sparkling pool. Executive master bedroom suite with master bedroom living room that can double as a personal office or as a nursery. Huge master bathroom with a luxurious freestanding bathtub. Oversize standing shower with monochromatic tile design. Home was seemlessly designed to blend the classical spanish colonial motif with modern fixtures. Unique property with large bedrooms and multi-living room spaces, perfect for a large family co-habituating with extended family members. Large, attached three car garage is located in the back of the master bedroom. RV parking in the front of property, a rarity in Los Angeles County.
This Spanish villa is located in the prestigious Lakewood Village is one of the most affluent neighborhood in Long Beach with large multi-millionaire mansions as neighbors. The award winning Long Beach Liberal Arts community college is a short walking distance from this amazing home. Centrally located next to tons of restaurants and retail options such as the newly constructed Long Beach Exchange that has a foodie food court, Wholefoods, In-n-Out, Nordstrom Rack, etc. Plenty of wonderful parks such as Heartwell Park, Skylinks Golf Course (wedding destination), El Dorado West Park, El Dorado Golf Course. Long Beach will get to host seven Olympic events in 2028, when the Summer Games land in Los Angeles as announced by the Los Angeles Times. In preparation of the summer 2028 Olympics, the city is building a new aquatic center on the beach called the Belmont Beach and Aquatic Center. This establishes a new focal point for the Long Beach aquatic competition community. Facilities include two 50-meter competition pools, recreational and teaching pools, therapeutic whirlpools, diving platforms, springboards and deep water wells, spectator seating and support spaces. Outdoors, a park, walk-up restaurant and landscaped plazas issue an open invitation to beachgoers and community members, to take full advantage of the Center’s Southern California setting.