Long Beach mansion built for George Bixby in 1890 hits the market at $3.2 million

By Marilyn Kalfus

One of the most iconic homes in Long Beach — built for George Bixby in 1890 — has hit the market for the first time in nearly a quarter-century.

Bixby was a major developer of the city, including the 120-acre residential area that bears the family name: Bixby Knolls.

Designated a Long Beach historic landmark, the mansion was constructed on the 10-acre family seat of the Bixby ranch and real estate operations.

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