An extraordinary example of early Long Beach architecture is on display in this 1907 Craftsman home. The influence of Charles and Henry Greene's nearby historic Tichenor house from two years prior is evident-in the combining of Japanese elements with an Arts & Crafts bungalow style home. A distinctive steeply pitched shed dormer roof, wavy patterned wood shingle siding, and highly decorative rafter tails make for a very unique exterior composition. Past the covered porch and beyond the front door is a light filled entry hall with open stairwell. A spacious open plan living/dining room features large windows on three sides and a stone fireplace at its center. Plentiful storage and counter workspace is found in the kitchen. Adjacent is a side by side laundry area and half bath. Hardwood flooring travels throughout, with each room as charming as the last. Upstairs find 3 bedrooms and a full bath- tastefully updated with marble shower surround and marble hexagonal tile flooring. The front guest bedroom/study features a tiled hearth and antique wood stove dating from 1856, which similar to the downstairs fireplace has conveniently been converted to gas burning. A large walk in closet/converted attic is directly adjacent. Raised patio decking with potted plants and drip line irrigation provides a private garden sanctuary at the north facing. Below the home is
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