Timeless luxury and an enduring legacy are captured and cherished at this beautifully appointed home in Long Beach’s preferred Belmont Heights enclave. Crafted in 1935 by the owner’s grandfather, the residence is built to standards rarely seen today, with rich details and subtle modern upgrades intertwined throughout grand living areas that encompass approximately 2,806 square feet. A commanding presence defines the home from the street, with mature shade trees, elegant architecture, and a brick pathway leading to a covered entrance admired by all who visit. Featuring six bedrooms and three baths, including a main-level bedroom, the distinctive design reveals a formal entry with graceful staircase, a spacious dining room with chandelier and bay window, a paneled office with built-in cabinetry, and a living room that measures about 25' by 15' and displays a fireplace and French doors leading to the pool backyard. Opening to the backyard and a laundry room with ample storage, the kitchen features a dining nook, beamed ceiling and built-in desk. Upstairs, spacious bedrooms with coved ceilings provide comfort and privacy, including a primary suite with access to both the front and rear balconies, a walk-in closet with built-ins, and an ensuite bath. Rich details include wood flooring, crown molding, stylish lighting, pedestal sinks, glass doorknobs, hand-laid tile, a brass door-knocker, and even a cupola with weathervane on top of the attached two-car garage. Envied for its beach-close location and upscale ambiance, Belmont Heights is close to schools, golf courses, bike paths, parks, Alamitos Bay and Belmont Pier. This legacy home is in prime proximity to Long Beach hidden gems like Ma N Pa's Grocery, newer neighborhood favorites such as Ubuntu Neighborhood Cafe, along with the restaurants and shopping 2nd St provides. Enjoy close proximity to Colorado Lagoon, Marine Stadium, Marina Vista Park as well as the concerts in the park and farmers markets that accompany this Belmont Heights location & lifestyle.