Historical Spanish Colonial Revival duplex with many classical touches.
The Esser House is a Long Beach Historical Landmark and is protected under the Mills Act. The tax savings can be passed to the next owner. This duplex was built by William Esser, a successful Long Beach builder whose work included the now-demolished but famous Pacific Coast Club. It is a fine example of Spanish Colonial Revival architecture.
5 bd/4 bath. Located about 1.5 blocks to the beach, 1001 1st St and 102 Bonito are spacious townhouse-style apartments. Each unit has many architectural details, such as beautiful wood floors, classic fixtures, faux fireplaces, arches, wrought iron and tile.
One unit has a spacious main bedroom, 2 bed, 2 baths. One of the baths has a jacuzzi, steam spa.
Other unit is a spacious 3 bed, 2 baths.
There is an additional bonus space that could make a good office suite. Both apartments have an eat-in kitchen, as well as a separate dining room. Parking is 3 garages plus 3 spaces on the apron. Garage storage area. Easy walk to Downtown Long Beach, restaurants, shops and the beach.