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5480 E Atherton ST

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Atherton Street is a pride of ownership 27-unit community with excellent frontage on Atherton Street just west of Bellflower Boulevard in the desirable Los Altos submarket. The community benefits greatly from being directly across the street from a YMCA and California State University Long Beach. Furthermore, the community is within walking distance from the Los Altos Market Center which has 300 thousand square feet of retail with over 25 stores including Target, Sears, CVS, Rite Aid, LA Fitness, Trader Joes, and Lazy Acres. These drivers provide residents with a tremendous amount of employment, shopping, and venues for residents all within a 5 minute walk. Furthermore, the Long Beach transit routes run along both Atherton Street and Bellflower Boulevard providing residents with affordable transportation to many locations in Long Beach and beyond. Atherton Street is situated on 0.59 acres of land consisting of a two story wood frame constructed building with pitched roofs and is individually metered for electricity and gas. The community offers large floor plans in the submarket with the one and two bedroom units averaging roughly 811 square feet. Community amenities include a garden area, laundry facility, and garage parking. The community was buil

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Los Altos, X-100

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Long Beach

A sprawling beach city with an urban vibe and a host of micro neighborhoods, Long Beach takes its place amongst one of Southern California’s best-kept secrets. The city has a vibrant culture and distinct lifestyle that are uniquely its own. . A timeless attraction amongst both Angelenos and visitors alike, Long Beach is home to year-round events like the Long Beach Grand Prix and boasts the famed  Queen Mary in its harbor. Appealing to buyers both young and old, the city offers a solid sense of community, a commitment to living one’s best life and features a wide-range of highly-coveted real estate by the beach.

Real Estate: Long Beach features a myriad of home styles, inclusive of quaint beach cottages, Spanish bungalows, striking Craftsmans and overtly modern high-rise condos with exceptional views. Each style has its place within Long Beach as the inhabitants are as diverse as the living options. The city is growing vertically and the landscape of Downtown Long Beach is changing rapidly with the addition of many new high-rise developments that feature state-of-the-art amenities.

Community Life: Once named amongst the fittest cities in America, Long Beach is an ideal location those seeking an active lifestyle. With a host of outdoor sports and activities, many enjoy yoga on the bluff, biking along the beach, SUP, indoor cycling and more. Long Beach is a city with a small town feel where people stroll amongst popular spots like Second and Fourth Street, both of which showcase an array of local restaurants and shops. The city remains busy with constant festivals, community gardens, farmer’s markets and Long Beach-centric events, making it a great locale  for young couples, older individuals and those with families. It’s also dog-friendly, boasting the popular Rosie’s Dog Beach.

Education: Most people are well aware of Cal State Long Beach, as it remains one of the area’s biggest draws. Beyond that, however, it is served by the Long Beach Unified School District that includes Wilson High School, Millikan High School, Lowell Elementary School, Naples Elementary School, Bixby Elementary School, Cubberly, Rogers Middle School, Jefferson Leadership Academies and many more.

Transportation: Traveling around Long Beach is effortless. The city itself is easily reached by the 710, 405 and 22 Freeways and, once in Long Beach, options range from Long Beach Public Transit, which journeys throughout the city, or people can join the Long Beach Bike program and pedal to their destination. The city also has a MetroLink station downtown, which heads to most major stops in and around Los Angeles.


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