Sunrise Blvd – Hot List
Historic Long Beach real estate in this area was developed during the time period of 1908-1924.
The Long Beach homes that are now located in the area designated as the Sunrise Blvd Historic District are in a neighborhood that was once known for farming. In addition to growing Oranges, this area became home to the Porter Milk Sanitarium. Stephen Townsend, an early mayor of Long Beach, helped lay the ground work for this area by laying out the Sunnyslope Tract of 30 acres which now comprises some of this historic district. The pattern of the streets is “reminiscent of Carroll Park, and evokes the horse and buggy era”.
Historic Long Beach real estate in this area was developed during the time period of 1908-1924. These homes are largely Craftsman Bungalows and there are both small and large examples of these properties. These properties range in size from smaller two bedrooms and one bathroom homes that are 800 sq ft to larger three bedroom properties that are over 2,200 sq ft. The lot sizes in this area are of a very useful size where you will find a range of between smaller lots at 1,700 sq ft and over 12,000 sq ft. With its border nearby Signal Hill, it provides quick access to freeways and many other areas within Long Beach.
This district of Long Beach borders closely to Signal Hill and the boundaries are as follows:
- East of Atlantic
- South of Willow
- Inclusive of Sunrise Blvd and North
- Inclusive of Olive and West
Finding a craftsman bungalow or other Long Beach real estate here in the Sunrise Blvd historic district should be one that is accompanied by experts. Allow the Global Trust Team to help you in your search so you can find the property that is right for you! We would be happy to provide you with our Hot List of Sunrise Blvd homes or any of the areas within Long Beach. Call us today at 562-989-7111 and one of our Long Beach realtors will be happy to help you.