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Fairhaven Eichler Homes – Orange

Built in the early 1960s, Fairhaven was the first of three Eichler neighborhoods to be built in the city of Orange.  The Eichler homes in Fairhaven are located along S. Woodland Street between E. La Veta Avenue and Fairhaven Avenue.  Eichlers can also be found on streets that intersect with S. Woodland on Larkstone Drive, E. Casselle Avenue, E. Fernwood Avenue, E. Kirkwood Avenue as well as on S. Oakwood Street and S. Cedarwood Street.

The 140 Eichler homes in Fairhaven vary in style and were built using six different floor plans designed by two of Eichler’s primary architectural firms, Jones & Emmons and Anshen + Allen.  Most of the homes are 2000+ sq. feet, 4-bedroom/2-bath models with atriums. The Eichlers feature both slightly gabled and flat roof designs, which adds a nice bit of variety to the neighborhood.  There are also several custom built Eichler homes in Fairhaven.

Fairhaven Eichlers – City of Orange – Fast Facts

Eichler homes built: 140                           Year(s) built: 1960     

Architect(s): Anshen + Allen;  Jones & Emmons

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