What $700K buys in Los Angeles

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By Jenna Chandler

From 1928 to 1934 chewing gum magnate William S. Wrigley Jr. developed a two-block area of homes in Long Beach now named in his honor. The historic district is made up predominately of Spanish Colonial Revival homes, like this three-bedroom, two-bath charmer at 2036 Eucalyptus Avenue, which features stained glass windows, colorful period tile, a telephone alcove, and fireplace. The property measures 6,374 square feet and, in addition to a garage, holds “an amazing addition.. perfect for an artist’s studio or guest quarters with its own bathroom.” It’s listed for $710,000.

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