Welcome to Park Estates
Luxury custom-built living just moments from the beach
Park Estates is one of the most upscale and highly regarded neighborhoods in East Long Beach, California. It has a population of approximately 2,900 residents who are proud to call Park Estates their home. You'll notice a variety of ranch-style homes, modern homes, and custom-built properties throughout this beautiful community. It's most recognized for its noticeably larger homes built on its large, custom tract.
The neighborhood is picturesque, with tree-lined streets and luxurious single-family homes and condominium complexes. The architectural styles are diverse but predominantly mid-century contemporary and traditional in design.
Families, retirees, and young professionals are attracted to Park Estates because of its beautiful weather, laid-back lifestyle, and above-average education system. The nearby parks, beaches, accessibility, recreational activities, local restaurants, and shops make Park Estates one of Long Beach's most sought-out neighborhoods.
What to Love
- Custom-built homes
- Quiet and peaceful
- Proximity to beaches and city
Like other Long Beach neighborhoods, Park Estates has a personality and character that make it unique. It's a quaint and peaceful neighborhood in a pleasant part of the city. The residents are kind, have a close-knit sense of community, and work collectively to maintain the overall quality of this high-value area. The community has an active architectural board that supports the community's appeal and upholds the guidelines.
Long Beach's Park Estates has earned a tranquil, inland community reputation. The area is bounded east by Bellflower Boulevard, the west by Clark Avenue, the north by Atherton Street, and the south by Pacific Coast Highway. The outside is surrounded by walls and gardens, much like a medieval castle. Three different entrances along the external add a nice touch to the park/castle aesthetic. Park Estates has an urban feel to it, with many pubs, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks nearby. The stylish homes, curved streets, and tall trees create an ideal park-like environment giving the community its personality.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Park Estates is just minutes away from local beaches, restaurants, and shopping. You don't need to leave the vicinity for good eats; you can expect to find typical small and more significant food chains within walking distance.
A couple of gems include the all-you-can-eat Brazilian restaurant, Green Field Churrascaria and Cafe Lorel for their fresh bagel breakfast sandwiches with a great cup of coffee. They also serve fresh-baked pastries and house-made soups for lunch.
Long Beach has many hidden gems and is just a short fifteen-minute drive away. You'll be sure to find something worthwhile in this fantastic location.
Things to Do
Park Estates is close to 405 Interstate Highway, Downtown Long Beach, and shopping and dining in the Los Altos Center and Belmont Shore areas. One of the best aspects of living in Long Beach is the favorable weather and outdoor activities.
You can have a picnic at the beach or get a boat rental from Rainbow Lagoon. Channel View Park is an essential part of the community and incorporates a lot of play and musical elements that children love. It's an excellent place for families to relax and view the channel's water.
One of Long Beach's hidden gems is Rancho Los Alamitos Historic Ranch and Gardens. It's a city landmark serving as a reminder of the springs all over the Los Angeles basin. Explore the garden's trails, learn about the Tongva people, and see how the livestock live during your visit. Park Estates has a lot to offer, all in a walkable area.