A bright and beautifully updated SoCal Eichler house seeks a new owner.

The open-plan living room is bright and airy with natural light from multiple sources.

Without a doubt, Joseph Eichler’s midcentury tract homes have had a huge impact on contemporary architecture. Designed to be affordable homes that would allow an indoor/outdoor lifestyle in California’s temperate climate, they have definitely stood the test of time—but not without the necessary renovations to help usher them into the modern era. 

Located in the Fairhills Eichler tract in Orange, California, this 1960s atrium-style Eichler shines with updates—including a bright and airy open floor plan and a light-filled central atrium. 

Classic post-and-beam construction and a bright orange door create a sunny facade for this updated Orange County Eichler.

Classic post-and-beam construction and a bright orange door create a sunny facade for this updated Orange County Eichler.

Tim Krueger

The entrance takes you straight into the central atrium.

The entrance takes you straight into the central atrium. 



Tim Krueger

In addition to its beautiful polished concrete floors, 586 S. Woodland Street also boasts custom closets, an updated kitchen, and renovated bathrooms. The home also underwent practical and necessary updates that include re-insulated walls and an updated foam roof. 

The atrium view from the side angle.

The atrium view from the side angle. 

Tim Krueger

See the full story on Dwell.com: This Light-Filled Orange County Eichler Home Just Listed For $1.1M
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