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Carroll Park is a neighborhood in the city of Long Beach, CA.

Curving streets lined with Craftsman Bungalows recall the horse-and-buggy era for this subdivision laid out in 1907. Landscaped islands are a unique neighborhood amenity.


Carroll Park was the first planned housing tract in Long Beach. Homes were originally constructed here between 1898 and 1923. At least a dozen houses and three barns built during his brief tenure here still stand. In all, about seventy-five houses in the Park predate 1940. Several old barns survive from an earlier time.


Carroll Park is bordered by 3rd Street to the south, Wisconsin Avenue to the east, 4th Street to the north, and Junipero Avenue to the west.

To the south and east of Carroll Park is Bluff Heights and to the north is Rose Park South, and to the south and west is Alamitos Beach.

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