• Architect:  Claude Oakland
  • Floor Plan:  OC-584
  • Year Built: 1964
  • Living  Space:  2066
  • Lot:  8300    Bedrooms: 4     Bathrooms: 2
  • Garage:  1 Car & Carport
  • Mini-Split   HVAC System
  • Foam  Roof
  • Radiant Heat Flooring


A quintessential mid-century modern home that was designed by Claude Oakland is situated in the tranquil Fairhills Tract of Orange. This rare floor plan that is unique to this neighborhood with the layout of the post-and-beam model that wraps around the entire atrium, organically incorporating the indoor and outdoor spaces with walls of glass. Preserving the home’s original integrity, yet updated for modern living with a foam roof, stained concrete floors, expanded master bathroom, kitchen and appliances, lighting and mini-spilt heating and air conditioning. The retained authentic elements include the flexible and open floor plan, radiant heat floors, exposed and stained wood beamed ceilings, interior aggregate walkway, cinder block fireplace and bathroom vanity cabinets. Merging form and function- blending privacy with nature – along with a great location- this is a must see!