YES --- there ARE such a thing as two-story Eichler Homes! We wanted to start this post by letting folks know that "original" 2-story Eichlers DO exist. The reason we wanted to lead with this definitive statement is because everytime ...Read More
Fairbrae and Fairbrae Addition are two Eichler communities in the heart of Sunnyvale. The Fairbrae Eichler neighborhood is directly adjacent to another Eichler tract, Rancho Verde. Eichlers in Fairbrae are located between Pome and Hollenbeck Avenues along Torrington Drive, Quince Avenue, Sheraton Drive, Pulora Court, and Pomegranate Court. Fairbrae Addition is a larger tract bordered on three sides by Hollenbeck Avenue, W. Remington Drive, and W. Fremont Avenue. Fairbrae Addition Eichlers are found on W. Remington Drive, Sheraton Drive, Torrington Drive, and Sesame Drive as well as many of the cul-de-sacs in the neighborhood.
Fairbrae and Fairbrae Addition are well-maintained Eichler neighborhoods whose homes are based on a variety of floor plans, ranging from a few smaller 3-bedroom 2-bath homes to many larger 4-bedroom homes ranging from 1475 square feet to over 1700 square feet of living space. The Eichlers in Fairbrae include both courtyard homes and atrium models. Fairbrae is also home to a member owned Swim and Racquet Club that offers swim and tennis programs as well as other fitness classes.
The Mid-century character in Fairbrae is protected by Sunnyvale’s Eichler Design Guidelines, which involves a number of Sunnyvale’s Eichler communities including Fairwood, Fairpark, Rancho Verde, and Rancho Sans Souci.
Fairbrae / Fairbrae Addition Eichlers – Fast Facts
Eichler homes built: 350+ (approx.) Year(s) built: 1958 - 1961
Architect(s): include Claude Oakland and Jones & Emmons