Many of our Eichler homes have wood-burning fireplaces, which worked out well in the 1950s and ‘60s when air quality wasn’t the issue that it has become today. We know that all of the Bay Area and Sacramento have Spare The Air ...Read More
Sales began for the 167 Eichler homes in Palo Alto’s Fairmeadow neighborhood in the spring of 1951, just a few months after Eichlers in nearby Charleston Meadow went on the market. Fairmeadow has a unique street layout of concentric roads that can be accessed from Alma Street, East Charleston Road, and East Meadow Drive. The Eichlers in Fairmeadow are found on South Court, Bryant Street, Ramona Circle, Roosevelt Circle, Lindero Drive, Starr King Circle, Wright Place, Carlson Court, Carlson Circle and Redwood Circle.
Created as a planned community, with a street layout designed by Anshen + Allen, Fairmont was named Subdivision of the Year by Architectural Forum. A. Quincy Jones of Jones & Emmons designed the Eichler homes in Fairmeadow. The Fairmeadow Eichlers, which featured 3-bedrooms and 2 baths, are slightly larger that the Charleston Meadow Eichlers. The facades of the homes in Fairmeadow are typical early Eichler with clean horizontal lines, gently sloping gabled roofs, and clerestory windows on the gable ends. A nice feature of Fairmeadow is that there are no utility poles and lines along the streets, which gives the neighborhood a clean, uncluttered look.
Fairmeadow Eichlers – Fast Facts
Eichler homes built: 167 Year(s) built: 1951
Architect(s): A. Quincy Jones of Jones & Emmons