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Fairhills Eichler Homes – Orange

Fairhills was the last of three Eichler tracts to be developed in the city of Orange.  The homes, which were built in 1963, are located on N. Linda Vista Street, N. Granada Drive, E. Elsinore Avenue, E. Valencia Drive, N. Corrida Place, and N. San Remo Place.

The Eichler homes in Fairhills were built using six different floor plans designed by Claude Oakland and Jones & Emmons.  The homes are all 4-bedroom/2-bath models ranging in size from 1953 sq. feet to spacious 2455 sq. feet homes that also provide a 2-car garage and carport.  A variety of facades include flattops, slightly slanted rooflines, and central A-frames.  Underground utilities keep the streets looking uncluttered, which is in perfect keeping with the clean, contemporary lines of the Eichler homes in Fairhills.

Fairhills Eichlers – City of Orange – Fast Facts

Eichler homes built: 80 (approx.)                      Year(s) built: 1963-64     

Architect(s): Jones & Emmons; Claude Oakland

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