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Midtown Eichlers, Sunnyvale

Located in the Sunnyvale West neighborhood, Midtown is a small tract of Eichler homes built in the late 1960s.  The Midtown Eichlers are clustered around the intersections of Polk Avenue, Vasquez Avenue, and W. Iowa Avenue.

The fifteen Midtown Eichlers were built using three floor plans and include some late Eichler era designs by architect Claude Oakland.  Many of the homes are atrium models with four and five bedrooms, ranging from 1600 to 2100+ square feet.  Midtown is another of the Eichler neighborhoods covered by the city of Sunnyvale’s Eichler Design Guidelines.  These guidelines were developed to help homeowners plan remodels and renovations that will maintain the Eichler aesthetic of the community.  Other Sunnyvale Eichler tracts in the Eichler Design Guideline program include Fairbrae, Rancho Verde, and Fairwood.

Midtown Eichlers – Fast Facts

Eichler homes built: 15                                    Year(s) built: 1969

Architect(s): includes Claude Oakland

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