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
Rancho Sans Souci and Fairpark are two Sunnyvale Eichler developments that were built late in Joseph Eichler’s career as a real estate developer. The Eichler homes in Rancho Sans Souci are located On MacKenzie Drive, Laurentian Way, Pendleton Avenue, and Olympus Court. The Fairpark Addition Eichlers are three miles east of Rancho Sans Souci on E. Homestead Road and Lorne Way.
Built in 1968, most of the 35 Eichlers in Rancho Sans Souci are larger homes of 1800 – 2600 square feet. Rancho Sans Souci offers a nice mix of Eichler designs including gallery and atrium models. Fairpark Addition was built in 1973 and features comfortably sized homes in the 1600 – 2000 square feet range, most with 4-bedrooms and 2-baths. Eichler’s Mid-century aesthetic is protected in both Rancho Sans Souci and Fairpark Addition by Sunnyvale’s Eichler Design Guidelines. Other Eichler tracts in Sunnyvale that are included under the renovation/remodel/new construction guidelines are Midtown, Parmer Place, Rancho Verde Addition, Fairorchard, and Fairbrae.
Rancho Sans Souci Eichlers – Fast Facts
Eichler homes built: 35 Year(s) built: 1968
Architect(s): include Claude Oakland
Fairpark Addition Eichlers – Fast Facts
Eichler homes built: 19 Year(s) built: 1973
Architect(s): include Claude Oakland and Jones & Emmons