This one is special! The oldest wooden house in Long Beach, built in 1887, and updated beautifully, on a large 7,531 square foot lot. Introducing the historic Parsonage House, built for the Bixby family. It has been relocated to this location in the heart of Willmore, at great expense, and rebuilt with a new foundation, new interior walls, floors, plumbing (in and out), electrical system, bathrooms, kitchen, etc. It's amazing! A piece of Long Beach's colorful history, updated to be modern and beautiful, with a luxurious feel among the original accents. Recessed lighting. New HVAC systems. Three bedrooms, two and a half baths, 2017 square feet of living space. Large gorgeous kitchen overlooking the huge backyard. The lot is actually two lots, at a combined 7,531 square feet. Owner could choose to build additional living units, or a large workshop/garage, and still have room for a pool and a comfortable backyard oasis. Lots are separable, but included in the sale as one large lot. The kitchen and baths are very nice, with stylish tile floors, and composite stone countertops throughout. Big primary bedroom features a large walk-in closet. Primary bath with clawfoot tub, and separate walk-in shower. Huge living room, with lots of character. Main floors are quality laminate upstairs and down. Original accents inside include the original stairway, lovely wood hutch, and a feature wall in the rear entry. The historic value of this home can't be overstated, with provenance going back to the founders of Long Beach, the Bixby family, as well as the prominent Rhea family through the 20th century. Should qualify for Mills Act property tax relief. The exterior paint was even forensically matched to the original 1887 colors. Interior has new paint, floors, walls, doors, cabinetry, countertops, etc. Rich history outside, modern luxury inside, and a huge lot in the heart of Willmore. A true gem!