Eliot Lane Historic District

Many people do not know they are specific historic districts the city of Long Beach recognizes by marking the street signs with beautiful white signs and replacing the normal blue street signs. There is one very unique historic district I saw that caught my attention: Eliot Lane Historic District. This historic district is a miniature street not much wider than two cars and there is only parking on the right side due to the street being so small.

The district is comprised of homes between Third Street and Colorado to the north. This one block historic district has small mission revival homes that all have their own unique character. The houses are quite expensive for their small size due to the great neighborhood and it being a historic district. You really must keep your eyes peeled for this historic district because it is very easy to miss it by driving by. Check out this historic district to get an insight to what Long Beach used to look like many years ago and enhance your knowledge of the different historic districts throughout our beautiful city.

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