Most expensive homes for sale in Long Beach

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November 9, 2021
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Most expensive homes for sale in Long Beach

Buying a home is an investment—and an increasingly expensive one. The median value of a home in the United States reached $363,300 in July 2021, according to the National Association of Realtors. The market grew competitive and the price of homeownership shot out of reach for many Americans—but not for those willing to shell out big money for the most expensive homes on the market.

Homes with big price tags come with all sorts of enviable amenities. Pools, home gyms, high-tech fixtures, sweeping security systems, spacious yards, and a room for every need are luxuries most people covet. As people spent more time than ever before in their homes, these luxuries—and the cavernous square footage and yards that house them—became more desirable than ever.

The appetite for homes selling in the high six-figure range became voracious in 2020, and that trend continues into 2021, according to data from Redfin. Sales of such luxury homes increased

41.6% year-over-year in the first quarter of 2021, growing significantly more than the smaller increase for more moderately priced homes.

To learn more about home values in Long Beach, California, Stacker analyzed data from realtor.com to compile a list of the most expensive homes for sale in the city. Homes are ranked by price with ties broken by price per square foot.

See the most expensive homes for sale in Long Beach below:

#10. 4207 Pine Ave, Long Beach ($2,500,000)
- 5 bedrooms; 4 bathrooms; 3,912 square feet; $639 per square foot (view listing on realtor.com)

#9. 6499 E Bixby Hill Rd, Long Beach ($2,500,000)
- 5 bedrooms; 4 bathrooms; 3,702 square feet; $675 per square foot (view listing on realtor.com)

#8. 9 Temple Ave, Long Beach ($2,625,000)
- 4 bedrooms; 5 bathrooms; 3,900 square feet; $673 per square foot (view listing on realtor.com)

#7. 11 Temple Ave, Long Beach ($2,699,000)
- 5 bedrooms; 5 bathrooms; 4,300 square feet; $627 per square foot (view listing on realtor.com)

#6. 5121 E Ocean Blvd, Long Beach ($3,149,000)
- 4 bedrooms; 5 bathrooms; 3,138 square feet; $1,003 per square foot (view listing on realtor.com)

#5. 5915 E Seaside Walk, Long Beach ($3,988,888)
- 4 bedrooms; 5 bathrooms; 4,193 square feet; $951 per square foot (view listing on realtor.com)

#4. 2 Laguna Pl, Long Beach ($4,779,500)
- 4 bedrooms; 4 bathrooms; 3,375 square feet; $1,416 per square foot (view listing on realtor.com)

#3. 93 Giralda Walk, Long Beach ($6,895,000)
- 5 bedrooms; 9 bathrooms; 7,607 square feet; $906 per square foot (view listing on realtor.com)

#2. 5615 E Sorrento Dr, Long Beach ($6,999,000)
- 4 bedrooms; 5 bathrooms; 4,300 square feet; $1,627 per square foot (view listing on realtor.com)

#1. 15 The Colonnade, Long Beach ($10,600,000)
- 5 bedrooms; 6 bathrooms; 6,182 square feet; $1,714 per square foot (view listing on realtor.com)

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