Imagine entertaining poolside in this midcentury gem.
Located on a quiet street in the Fairhills tract of Eichler homes in Orange, California, this stylishly renovated 1964 model offers just shy of 2,400 square feet of living space—a bit more room than your average Eichler home. The Fairhills Eichlers were built using six different floor plans designed by Claude Oakland and Jones & Emmons, and the neighborhood features underground utilities to preserve the homes’ clean midcentury lines.
In addition to some extra living space, this four-bedroom, three-bath model also features a large two-car garage and space for an RV and a boat on the side—with room to spare for a vegetable garden. The kitchen and all the bathrooms have been updated, however, the highlight of this midcentury gem is its lovely little backyard pool—perfect for enjoying SoCal indoor/outdoor living.
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