Listings: $1-5 Million Homes and Panoramic Views

Four single family homes, listed in order of sales price, join Long Beach's Belmont Shore and Naples market.

Here are the listings:

250 Novara Dr - $875,900 – Just steps to Alamitos Bay, this 2 bedroom home features a living room with vaulted ceiling, brick surround fireplace, formal dining room with double doors to landscaped patio, hardwood floors, galley kitchen and sits on a nice sized lot.

181 La Verne Ave - $1,278,000 – Built in 2007, this home has 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, hardwood flooring, crown molding, formal living room with fireplace, wood cabinets and granite counters in kitchen. Additionally there is a master suite with fireplace, walk in closet, spiral staircase, a rooftop deck with fireplace and panoramic views and a 2 car garage with built-in cabinets.

6071 Lido Ln - $1,685,000 – With over 4,300 square feet this 3-story, 4 bedroom, 4bathroom home features ocean views from the rooftop deck as well as two patios and balcony spaces. Inside you’ll find a spacious living room with fireplace, formal dining room and den opening to the kitchen and a master suite with fireplace and walk-in closet. There’s also a 3 car attached garage.

6022 Lido Ln - $5,495,000 - Featuring over 5,000 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms this waterfront home boasts custom design elements which include a wave-glass entry door, multi-level circular staircase, elevator, walnut flooring, 3 fireplaces and granite countertops, island and breakfast bar in the kitchen. This home also has an open water boat slip and a 3 car attached garage.

Since the beginning of the year, 97 single family homes have sold in the Belmont Shore/Naples area, according to the MLS. The average price was $983,416 and average time on the market 125 days. Additionally, 53 condos sold, with an average sales price of $419,360 and average time on market of 122 days, per the MLS.

Information is from the Multiple Listing Service and is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.


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