.

Twelve New Listings In Belmont Shore and Naples

Over 100 homes are on the market this week in Belmont Shore and Naples

Eight houses and three condos came on the market this week.  This brings the total inventory of homes in the Belmont Shore and Naples area to 86 houses and 33 condos.

Here are the new listings this week:

126 Santa Ana Ave.  $619,900 - This classic 2 bedroom, 1 bath Spanish style home is located in Belmont Shore.  This home features hardwood floors, arched windows and lots of built-in's.  There is an enclosed back yard with a 1 car garage, in additon to 2 patio areas in the front.

51 Argonne Ave.  $699,000 - This is a two bedroom, 1 bath home with an oversized studio over a 2 car garage with a private deck.  The owners unit has a gourmet kitchen, stainless appliances, hardwood floors, remodeled bath, and recessed lighting.  The studio includes a full kitchen and bath and private laundry room.

53 The Colonnade  $785,000 - This traditional style home is located in Naples.  It has 2 bedrooms and 2 baths in 1,122 square feet.  It sits on a 1,999 sq. ft. lot.

104 Kingfisher Ct.  $1,295,000 - This 4 bedroom, 3 1/2 bath home sits on a corner lot in the community of La Rochelle, just steps from its own 37' boat slip.  This home features an upgraded kitchen, a great room/family room with fireplace, with separate formal living and dining rooms.

18 60th Place  $1,350,000 - This 4 bedroom/3 bath Craftsman beach cottage on the Penninsula was built in 2010.  This home features views from the master suite balcony and rooftop patio.  The kitchen has Ceasarstone counters, Viking appliances and a walk-in pantry. There is a 2 car garage w/additional parking pad

135 Cordova Walk  $1,399,000 - Located on Naples, this custom built 4 bedroom/5 bath, 2,713 sq. ft. home has a formal living room with fireplace, formal dining room, and a great room off the kitchen.  The home features Travertine flooring throughout the lower level, a surround sound system throughout the home, as well as an outside patio and roof deck, and an oversized 2 car garage.

5950 Waterfront Pl.  $1,795,000 -  This 4 bedroom/4 bath waterfront home in La Rochelle features a 37' boat slip.  There is a formal living and dining room with built-in's including a wine cellar wall.  The kitchen opens to a family room.  The master bedroom has an office area with French doors to a deck. The patio offers a view of the boat slip.

6042 E. Appian Way  $1,995,000 - This contemporary 4 bedroom/4 bath home with 3,758 sq. ft. is located near the Long Beach Yacht Club on Naples Island.  The home has maple flooring throughout, a kitchen with granite counters, stainless steel appliances and a walk in pantry, a formal dining area, a media room, and a 2 story formal living room with 2 story fireplace.  The 1200 sq. ft. roof top deck has views of Alamitos Bay.

3939 E. Allin St. #307  $299,000 - This 1 bedroom/1 bath condo is located in Belmont Shore.  This condo features hardwood floors, recessed lighting, a remodeled kitchen and a living room with a custom entertainment center. This is a pet friendly complex with bbq areas, firepits, and multiple laundry rooms.

383 Bay Shore Ave. #307  $359,000 - Located on Alamitos Bay, this 1 bedroom/1 bath condo has water views, a newer kitchen, and a large bedroom with 2 closets.  There is recessed lighting and hardwood floors throughout.  Small pets are allowed.

103 Ravenna Dr. #22  $623,900 - Located on the top floor of the Villa Di Napoli builing in Naples, this condo was recently renovated.  It has 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, hardwood flooring, and a kitchen with granite counters.  This is a secure building with an elevator, swimming pool, and underground parking.

Panglonymous June 17, 2011 at 06:07 PM
Hi Shannon May I ask you a couple of questions? What is the total resident population of Belmont Shore, and what is the approximate percentage breakdown of renters versus resident owners? Thanks! -Pan
John B. Greet June 17, 2011 at 06:19 PM
...and if I may, I would appreciate knowing (from whomever may happen to know) how many members the BSRA currently has and whether actual primary residence in the Shore is a BSRA membership requirement.) Thanks!
Nancy Wride (Editor) June 17, 2011 at 07:26 PM
I'm interested in this update on both questions, and my understanding is that the city has specific boundaries on what defines the Shore that are narrower than most of us think of it.
Shore Resident June 17, 2011 at 08:42 PM
John, from the BSRA bylaws: Part 3.2.A. Eligibility. Membership shall be open to any person at least eighteen years of age who either (1) resides in Belmont Shore, or (2) is a Belmont Shore residential property owner. Except as noted in Item 3.2.E.(5) below, there shall be no other qualification or restriction on membership. I'm not sure how many members they have.
John B. Greet June 17, 2011 at 08:46 PM
Thanks, Shore!
Shore Resident June 17, 2011 at 08:46 PM
Nancy, based on the map only two are in the Shore. 4 are in Naples, 1 in Belmont Park, 1 on the Peninsula, 2 over by Ralphs, and 1 just outside the Shore.
Nancy Wride (Editor) June 17, 2011 at 08:51 PM
Hi Shore Resident. The site serves Belmont Shore and Naples, but I like to think of it as Greater Shore, because so many kids in the Shore go to Wilson, which is on 7th, and Fremont, which is outside the Shore but on the fringe, or the Art Theater, because owners live in Belmont Heights, and they are community minded, and half of CSULB seems to either work, live or dine in the Shore. Are you thinking these homes should not be listed? They seem to help the owners and the businesses selling them....Thoughts?
Shore Resident June 17, 2011 at 09:34 PM
No, I think they should be listed and I thank you for your service to our community. My comment was merely an observation based on the narrow definition of the Shore you referenced above.
Panglonymous June 20, 2011 at 06:53 PM
Uploaded a pdf with Belmont Shore boundaries (quite limited as Nancy suggested) total resident population, percentage breakdown of resident owners versus renters, age distribution, married/single distribution, etc, per zillow.com. Access it right below the thumbnails of the homes for sale. Hint: after opening, click "FullScreen" on the top toolbar for best viewing. If this data is totally wrong, please advise... -Pan
John B. Greet June 20, 2011 at 08:21 PM
Thanks Pan. I brought this up because I think it is important to gain a better understanding of the ratio of BSRA members to actual Shore residents as well as to the entirety of the 3rd Council District. I think the 2nd Street-centric concerns of some Shore residents are at once valid and important, but I also wonder whether those concerns are nearly as widespread as some would have us believe. 2nd Street is a high profile area, no mistake, and the challenges there certainly seem to have worsened in the past decade or so. But neither is 2nd Street *all* of the Shore, nor the Shore *all* of the 3rd Council District. As we (hopefully) move forward toward constructive and long-term solutions along 2nd Street, I think it is important to keep things in perspective.
Nancy Wride (Editor) June 21, 2011 at 12:40 AM
I think with almost every issue or media story, a thing can happen in which because it fills the TV screen like a brush fire, or simnply appears on the computer screen, it appears larger, more widespread or more dominant than it is. (This is why my in-laws assumed Southern California was burning to the earth last brush fire season). Also, as to the BSRA membership, I would say its a smaller percentage of the population than is the percentage of registered voters, or those registered voters who vote, in the population. And voting is free. :D
Panglonymous June 21, 2011 at 03:27 AM
Wonder what is the percentage of people committed to the free flow of complete information, regardless of whether it affects negatively their personal interests. Another way to state this is what percentage favor propaganda - including omission - selectively applied.
John B. Greet June 21, 2011 at 04:51 AM
Hmmm...voting is free, yet still so few bother. Voting is free, but really not. Securing the right to vote, at our nation's beginning then throughout our history, and then supporting and defending that right ever since, has cost many among us a very steep price indeed...sometimes the ultimate price. Yet still so few can be bothered. Sad.
Nancy Wride (Editor) June 21, 2011 at 04:57 AM
John, I meant by comparison with the annual residents assn. membership, which is something under $20 a year. (And I saw John Adams again recently, an excellent story).
John B. Greet June 21, 2011 at 01:47 PM
Thanks, Nancy. And concerning yesterdays Krikorian column, I think it seems pretty obvious that Councilman DeLong cannot possibly please everyone. Either DeLong is a crony of the bar owners who ignores the many problems those bars create, or he is...how did Mr. K put it....an "activist guardian of Belmont Shore temperance". As is usually the case, the truth obviously lies somewhere in the middle...where DeLong himself openly admits that it took too long to take more difinitive Council-level action and where he seems to be at least trying to take a harder line with the bars now. There are so many layers to this challenge and I prefer to get to the root cause(s) whenever possible. The root cause in this case is an overall erosion of courtesy, civility and respect for others in our society. Some bar patrons, some bar owners/managers, and some (now former) residents all exhibit a decided lack of all three and because of it, many current residents in the area are suffering a significant diminution of their overall quality of life. I am not sure if the root cause of this challenge can be effectively addressed to any significant degree or for any appreciable length of time. All we can really do is address the symptoms. I think the best way to do that is through a true consensus of all of the stakeholders involved. Someone has to facilitate...someone has to provide some guidance and leadership. Perhaps Mr. DeLong is now making that effort. Time, as they say, will tell.
Shannon Jones June 23, 2011 at 06:48 PM
Sorry for the delay in responding to the above, initial questions... I was out of town and didn't see it until belatedly. I don't have an exact count on the number of people who live in the Shore. For the purposes of this column, we are indeed looking at the "Greater Shore" as Nancy indicated above. I do try to note, however, which community the properties are in -- whether it's the Shore, Belmont Park, Naples, or adjacent communities like Marina Pacifica.

Boards

More »
Got a question? Something on your mind? Talk to your community, directly.
Note Article
Just a short thought to get the word out quickly about anything in your neighborhood.
Share something with your neighbors.What's on your mind?What's on your mind?Make an announcement, speak your mind, or sell somethingPost something
See more »