Originally a summer community for the Portland gentry, Seaview’s quiet tree-lined streets invite strollers to enjoy turn-of-the-century Victorian homes which are survivors of a developer’s plans from the 1880s.
Seaview was once a depot on the Clamshell Railroad, the narrow gauge “train that ran with the tides” that ran up the Long Beach Peninsula from 1889 to 1930. There was only a platform and shed at Seaview until 1905 when a regular depot was built.
The town remains a favorite retreat for summer visitors. Enjoy the Seaview Strollers Tour and learn more about the town’s original 50′ x 100’ lots, which sold for $100 each. The homes on the tour are an interesting assortment constructed over the years. Don’t pass up equally intriguing structures not mentioned on the tour; Seaview is full of architecture worthy of study.
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(all data current as of 1/30/2015)
$189,900 : 1302 44 Place, Seaview3 beds, 2 full, 1 part baths
$179,900 : 43116 Pacific Hwy, Seaview0 beds, 0 baths
$272,000 : 1601 Pacific Ave S, Seaview0 beds, 0 baths
$267,500 : 1003, W 41st Place, Seaview3 beds, 1 full bath
$795,000 : 1005 49th St, Seaview4 beds, 2 full, 2 part baths
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