Rose Park

Neighborhood in Long Beach, CA  

The Rose Park neighborhood of Long Beach has steadily grown in popularity and it’s easy to see why!   Just spend a few hours here.  Rose Park is also adjacent to Retro Row, a three-block commercial strip that’s home to pubs, and shops.  Rose Park has many locally owned, mom and pop businesses.   Rose Park is  considered by many to be a hip and cool area of Long Beach.

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All About Rose Park, CA

If you’re looking for some fun coffee shops, vintage boutiques, and unique places to eat, come take a peek around the Rose Park Neighborhood.    Some of the reasons residents love the Rose Park Neighborhood:  There are sidewalks making it very walkable and you can even walk to restaurants and grocery stores.  Residents say the streets are well lit at night so again, it’s easy to walk.

 

Most of the homes in Rose Park Craftsman Bungalows and sit on large lots.  Rose Park homes are often in high demand due to their affordability,  and location.  Buyers often purchase these hopes with the hopes of restoring them or maintaining them.  Rose Park South is an extension of the Rose Park district which was established later at the request of the residents.  Rose Park and Rose Park South are adjacent and are both considered  historical districts.

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Named by This Old House as one of the nation's "Best

Old House Neighborhoods"

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Median Home Value: $533,687
National: $217,500
Median Rent: $1,367
National: $1,062

Restaurants, Hotels & More!

Local Places to Try

Restaurants

 

Coffee and Dessert

Bars and Nightlife

 

Hotels In The Area

 

Explore the Local Parks

  1. Rose Park

  2. Orziba Park

  3. Rose Parks Park

Let's Talk About Education

The School District of Long Beach Unified

The Long Beach Unified School District is a school district headquartered in Long Beach, California.

 

Long Beach Unified School District now educates 81,000 students in 84 public schools in the cities of Long Beach, Lakewood, Signal Hill, and Avalon on Catalina Island. The school district is the third largest in California.

Please click the following links to be directed to  all schools in the district

Elementary Schools

Middle Schools

High Schools

 

Worth Checking Out

  1.  Skinny House on Gladys Avenue

  2. Retro Row

  3. The Historic District

 
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