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Just Sold! 2631 E. 7th Street, Long Beach

Shannon Jones

Shannon Jones has been selling real estate since 1998 and specializes in listing and marketing homes...

Shannon Jones has been selling real estate since 1998 and specializes in listing and marketing homes...

Feb 9 3 minutes read

We're so excited to share! Congratulations to our client who just closed escrow on his home at 2631 E. 7th Street in Long Beach. Listed at $679,000 and sold for $700,000, our client received $20,000 above asking price!


Welcome to this entertainer’s dream home with four bedrooms and a huge back yard. Inside find a gorgeous great room with soaring vaulted ceilings and beautiful laminate floors. The numerous windows and recessed lighting make the living area feel even more spacious as it flows into the dining room and adjacent kitchen with abundant storage and counter space.

The two front bedrooms are both large with high ceilings and ample closets. One of them has been upgraded with a large sleeping loft, accessed through a closet, that can accommodate a queen-sized mattress or be opened up as extra storage space. A third bedroom is currently being used as a den/media room, but can easily be converted back.

At the rear of the home, the master suite has an en suite bathroom and a walk-in closet with custom shelves, racks and drawers, providing a place for every item in your wardrobe.

Sliders from the master suite and living area lead to a large patio that’s ideal for outdoor dining with friends and family. The back yard has also been re-landscaped with lush plants, low-maintenance artificial turf, and decomposed granite. There is also a 10-by-12 foot pre-fabricated shed that the current owner has wired and air conditioned to serve as a music studio. A detached two-car garage with alley access comes has laundry hookups and additional overhead storage.

Built in 1997, the home has central heating and air conditioning and solar panels. Centrally located, it’s just a short walk to the trendy Retro Row on Fourth Street where you’ll find coffee shops, restaurants, wine bars and a 1920s-era independent movie theater. The beach and the newly-built Bixby Dog Park are about a mile away.

Homes in Southern California have been appreciating in price. Inventory is low and demand is high, making this an excellent time to sell.

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