Rose Park Real Estate

Rose Park is actually a combination of two historic districts - Rose Park and Rose Park South. These slices of Rose Park real estate are located between Cherry Avenue, Redondo Avenue, Fourth and Tenth Streets and the ocean.

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Rose Park Homes for Sale

Rose Park Homes

Rose Park real estate is a showcase of Long Beach history featuring craftsman bungalows, Prairie and mission revival styles, ranches and neo-traditional houses.

Rose Park Amenities

The neighborhood gets its name from a small circular park on Orizaba Avenue and Eighth Street. The main feature of the park, the Craftsman Gazebo, was restored in 2009. A tile mosaic in the center of the gazebo features the Rose Park emblem and a heritage rose garden surrounds the gazebo. Rose Park was first settled in 1905, with subdivision construction continuing until 1921. The district has worked to restore the park its former grandeur.

The neighborhood's restaurants include the historic Prospector restaurant, which serves prime rib and lobster in a hole-in-the-wall atmosphere, with entertainment by funky bands after 8 pm. The Portfolio Coffeehouse, on the neighborhood's edge at Fourth Street and Junipero Avenue, abounds with java lovers who sit for hours with laptops and friends.

For more information about Rose Park Real Estate, please contact our office at 323 412-9060 (Los Angeles).

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