825 W 33rd Way, Long Beach, CA 90806
Theresa Hertzog
Keller Williams Beach Cities

(310) 308-1806
DRE #01839725

If your California Dream includes a charming beach-city cottage, then this fully remodeled, WWII-era gem in Long Beach is the home for you! This 3 bedroom, 2 bath, single-story home has been thoughtfully redesigned inside and out, with new interior and exterior paint; decorative crown, base, door & window moldings; hardwood flooring throughout; new recessed lighting throughout; completely renovated kitchen and baths; and beautiful new landscaping/exterior lighting. You’ll love it from the moment you walk down the newly paved pathway to the striking red front door flanked by arched windows. The 1,346 sq. ft. open floor plan offers a cheerful space for living and entertaining, with a layout that flows from the spacious living area to the gourmet kitchen. A wood ceiling beam defines the living/kitchen areas in an artful way. Fresh, white cabinets, and subway tile backsplash complement sleek granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, including a new dishwasher, stove, and range hood. A movable island makes food prep easy. The wood floors and gleaming surfaces are all warmed by large windows and a kitchen skylight! Retreat to the master suite and cozy up to the corner fireplace. Step into a luxurious new bathroom with all new fixtures, cabinetry, and decorative tile. A sliding door leads to the backyard and showcases a view of 3 decorative arches atop a raised planter bed. With new lighting, the sight is serene and beautiful at night! A large patio meets the spacious backyard, where mature plants and trees flourish. Plenty of room for entertaining and play! Newly planted flowers adorn planter beds around the property. A long driveway and a 2-car garage offer lots of off-street parking and storage. Named for William Wrigley Jr., the founder of Chicago’s Wrigley Spearmint Gum empire, the Wrigley neighborhood is among the first communities established in Long Beach, dating back to 1905. The district includes a community park, Veterans Park, convenient access to local freeways, light rail, and the Wrigley Marketplace shopping district. The Wrigley Greenbelt includes a portion of the L.A. River Bike Path. This quiet and beautiful street in the Wrigley neighborhood offers nostalgic California living surrounded by an eclectic mix of Spanish Revival, Craftsman, Ranch, and other iconic architectural styles, with convenient access to the 405 & 710 freeways for commuters.