Park Estates

Park Estates is an affluent neighborhood consisting of mostly custom-built homes. It’s rated #2 best place to live in Long Beach according to areavibes.com’s rankings based on area amenities, graduation rates, housing market stability and weather. It lies just west of California State University Long Beach, north of Alamitos Heights, and east of Recreation Park Golf Course.

 
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Schools in PARK ESTATES

  • LePort Schools (Private K-3)- “Young, motivated, attentive teachers who truly care about my child.”

  • Minnie Gant Elementary (K-5) - "One of the best reviewed schools in the area."

  • Rogers Middle School (6-8)- “Provide opportunities for creativity and self expression throughout the year.”

  • Wilson High School (9-12)- “Plenty of student support for both academic and personal issues.”
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Shopping and Dining in PARK ESTATES

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History of PARK ESTATES

  • The edges of Park Estates borders Pacific Coast Highway along the south, Atherton Street on the north, Bellflower Boulevard on the east, and Clark Avenue on the west, much like a hidden community.

  • In 1948 Lloyd S. Whaley hired L. Deming Tilton to create and develop a master-planned housing development and began developing Park Estates. Prices ranged from $20,000 to $30,000, which was 2 to 3 times higher price tag to pay for a home, compared to a standard home which sold for under $10,000.
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