Seize this rare opportunity to own one of the Peninsula’s historic original beachfront homes. This property is one of 8 houses that survived the Hurricane of 1939. Where many washed away, this unique home withstood the storm remaining a beautiful part of Long Beach’s rich history. The home boasts four bedrooms, three full baths and a powder room, and has been modernized and upgraded inside, but has retained its authentic outer design and many of its original elements and fixtures, adding to the character and charm of the home. The upgrades to the interior include a remodeled and reconfigured kitchen, creating a large open concept flow through the dining and living rooms, with direct ocean views. The house boasts its own private enclosed beach frontage with decks on both the front and side yards. Upstairs features a master retreat with a fireplace, floor to ceiling windows with 180* views, en suite, and a private balcony. The 3rd floor showcases a large bright and open room with 250* views spanning from the ocean to the bay. The land is situated in a protected state park, which ensures it remains exclusive and private (no other buildings allowed).