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This lovely studio is located in the historic Artaban building in the artsy East Village of Downtown Long Beach. It has been tastefully upgraded throughout with laminate wood floors, ceramic tile bath, bead board accents, mahogany kitchen cabinets, ceiling fan, and of course the high ceilings and coved kitchen entry door add to the historic charm. Within the building, the windows overlook the quiet back garden area from the convenient first floor. The low HOA dues include all basic utilities such as heat, hot water, trash, sewer, etc. Pets are welcome! although there are pet rules governing size and number. The Artaban is within short walking distance to the beach, restaurants, clubs, theatres, and Blue Line transportation.
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|Stevenson Elementary School||Public||K-5||705||0.5 mi|
|Franklin Middle School||Public||6-8||982||0.6 mi|
|Polytechnic High School||Public||1-12||4835||1.4 mi|
|International Elementary School||Public||K-5||731||0.7 mi|
|Chavez (cesar) Elementary School||Public||K-5||519||1.0 mi|
|Edison Elementary School||Public||K-5||750||1.1 mi|
|Lincoln Elementary School||Public||K-5||1106||1.1 mi|
|Burbank Elementary School||Public||K-5||748||1.2 mi|
|Roosevelt Elementary School||Public||K-5||1119||1.4 mi|
|Washington Middle School||Public||6-10||974||1.4 mi|
Schools with a green circle serve 10 Atlantic Avenue Unit 107, schools with a red circle do not. Schools with an orange circle are either private or do not have a defined service area and may not serve 10 Atlantic Avenue Unit 107.
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