Belmont Heights

Beautiful tranquil neighborhood, within walking distance of sandy beaches.

Belmont Heights, Alamitos Heights, Recreation Park

Welcome to Belmont Heights

The Belmont Heights District commemorates the old City of Belmont Heights, incorporated in 1908 and annexed to the city of Long Beach, California, in 1909. 
This beautiful tranquil neighborhood, within walking distance of sandy beaches, is a highly sought-after location with homes valued at a million-plus (U.S. Dollars).
Located in the picturesque southeast portion of the city, bordering the Pacific Ocean and the Belmont Shore district, it is known for its Craftsman architecture. Its scenic borders are Ocean Boulevard and Livingston Drive to the south, Redondo Avenue on the west, 7th Street to the North, and Nieto Avenue to the East. Mostly residential, it also has an active business district which includes a strip of Broadway Avenue, east of Redondo Avenue as well as a variety of cafes, markets, bakeries, and restaurants located throughout. The Belmont Heights Historic District includes homes between 7th Street on the north, 4th Street on the south, Newport Avenue on the west, and Roswell Avenue on the east. The predominant architectural style is the Craftsman bungalow, there are also Victorian, Mediterranean, Spanish Colonial Revival, Tudor Revival, and Neo-Traditional homes scattered throughout. The neighborhood was first subdivided and developed in the 1900s, with the oldest homes dating from 1905. Construction peaked around 1922. Most homes are single-family, with some duplexes and a few apartment buildings.

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