hy take on a project when you drop your bags and start enjoying. Air conditioning keeps you cool in the summer and in the winter you will experience one of Earth's greatest pleasures: your bare feet hitting the warm floors of a radiantly-heated home on a chilly morning. These "estate lot" Eichlers are rare...and even more rarely do they come up for sale.
Things change. And for you they change today! Because you've just found your next home. Where you live matters. How you live matters most.
In the case of this Fairmeadow Eichler home, it's situated on the only cul-de-sac street in the entire tract. Here's some free advice: buy a home for the things you can't change easily. Of course this home comes with all the usual Eichler awesome sauce: walls of glass, an atrium, and the kind of architectural design that inspires you to wake up.
People buy Eichler Homes for the architecture, but they stay because of the community. Most buyers think that buying a home is about square footage, bedrooms, and bathrooms. And of course, those things are important, just as walls of glass, a bitchin' rock swimming pool, and air conditioning are important too.
Lauded architects A. Quincy Jones and Frederick E. Emmons designed this remarkable mid-century modern home, built in 1962 by legendary builder Joseph Eichler. Original “must have” traits seamlessly interact with modernized elements that bring stylish functionality to modern-day living.
"God is in the details" proclaimed architect Mies van der Rohe. Even if you aren't religious, this Eichler home will make you a believer.
It's much easier to "stay classy" when you start with classy. As one of the rarer Eichler Home models in the Fairhaven tract, this plan has not been seen for sale in years.
With almost 2800 square feet of indoor living space this home has room for a sectional couch that can hold 12 people for game day, a pool table, or a children's play area -- or all 3! Central heating and air conditioning means you'll always be comfortable, no matter what time of year.
Swoon and for all of the right reasons. Incredible style and amazing neighbors ..don’t just take our word - they definitely have bragging rights. Close your eyes and imagine the perfect Eichler home…
What would an Eichler Home be like if it were built today? 1789 N Shaffer was rebuilt from the original blueprints, but tastefully improved to take advantage of today's technologies and lifestyles.
Buy smart. It's the things you can't change that are most important when purchasing a home. And with any Eichler home, it's the model and location. And that's what makes this home a smart buy.
We love timeless and classic, the untouched and no partial left-overs from an updating gone wrong. We have had the honor to sell a swell amount of these Mid-Century Modern delicacies over the years.
UPDATE: This home has SOLD. Check our current listings for homes for sale. // One of the largest Eichler models, favored orientation, 2 car garage, central heating and air, foam roof, updated but not overdone, excellent location.....any questions?
UPDATE: This home is now pending. *3/10/15
Life is too short…not to love where you live. Who wouldn’t want the opportunity to purchase a stunning, magazine-featured, mid-century modern Eichler home that makes you feel like you live a tropical wonderland.
UPDATE: This home has SOLD. Check our current listings for homes for sale. // Mid-century modern perfection. It's the only way to describe this 1960s gem built by Joseph Eichler. Imagine a home that combines the very best of the 1960s with the modern conveniences.
UPDATE: This home has SOLD. Check our current listings for homes for sale. // Eichler Living....with a hint of going large. This Jones and Emmons Fairmeadow Eichler has been sensitively enlarged to include nearly 2100 square feet of living space. The kitchen features 3 ovens, large central island that opens up to a generous great room and multiple entertaining spaces you won't find anywhere else
Maybe you have always dreamed of what it would be like to live in an Eichler home? Come lease the dream! Where can you get a tropical setting, mid-century modern style, salt water pool and with air conditioning? Designed by Anshen and Allen and built by Eichler homes in 1960 and is located in the Fairhaven Neighborhood, home of the flamingo.
UPDATE: This home has SOLD for $785,000. Check our current listings for homes for sale. // Lauded architects A. Quincy Jones and Frederick E. Emmons designed this remarkable mid-century modern home, built in 1962 by legendary builder Joseph Eichler. Original "must have" traits seamlessly interact with modernized elements that bring stylish functionality to modern-day living.