Long Beach Heritage is a nonprofit education and advocacy group promoting public knowledge and preservation of significant historical and architectural resources, neighborhoods, and the cultural heritage of Long Beach.

JOIN US FOR  ANOTHER EXCITING TOUR!

While the tour fulfills the educational objectives of Long Beach Heritage, the proceeds of the event are dedicated to the restoration and support of the historic Bembridge House, a landmark owned by our organization. Please know that we expect the event to sell out with over 600 visitors and volunteers participating. Ticket sales will begin at the end of April. You don't want to miss it!

Great Homes of Long Beach 

Sunday, June 2, 2013 from noon to five

The tickets are $30.00 for members and $35.00 for non-members through PayPal or mail a check to Long Beach Heritage, PO Box 92521, Long Beach, CA 90809 with a self-addressed stamped envelope

    Tickets, maps and instructions will be mailed if the order is received by May 27th. After that time, paid tickets will be held in "Will Call" where they may be picked up between 12:00 and 2:00 on the day of the tour. 

If you purchase tickets after May 27th plan to begin your tour at the Jennie Reeve House, 4260 Country Club Drive, where you may pick up your tickets and tour books. Extra tickets will be available at the same time and location.

2013 Long Beach Heritage Great Homes Tour House 1

1937 Spanish Colonial - This two story Andalusian-influenced California Heights residence has an arcaded portico, faux stone entry and interior staircase. The original owner, J. Donald Gunn, worked for Craig shipping. 

Long Beach Heritage Great Homes Tour House 4
1904 Jennie A. Reeve House - A National Historic Landmark. One of three Greene & Greene homes in Long Beach. Having undergone an extensive restoration it includes many original hand-crafted details by the Greene Brothers.. Rarely opened to the public and not to be missed.
Long Beach Heritage Great Homes Tour House 5

1914 Craftsman - One of the first homes in the Virginia Country Club area, this spectacular bungalow is surrounded by lush gardens. A second floor has been added.

1976 great Home

1976 – Inspired by Streamline Moderne. The uncluttered architecture, softened by rounded corners, has stood the test of time. One of Long Beach’s first solar homes.

  1951 Home

1951 – Built in early Federal tract style. New owners saw the simple floor plan and nondescript styling as an opportunity to make a statement about a unique and sustainable lifestyle. Sustainable meets stylish.


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