There are more than 5000 Eichler homes in the South Bay. Palo Alto leads the pack with 20+ Eichler tracts, including two - Greenmeadow and Green Gables - that are on the National Register of Historic Places. Sunnyvale, with 1100 Eichlers, is the home of the first Eichler homes ever built, as well as the first architect-designed Eichlers, which are located in Sunnyvale Manor Addition.
Some of the most unique South Bay Eichlers are located in Stanford where, in addition to homes designed by the more commonly used Anshen + Allen, Jones & Emmons, and Claude Oakland, there are Eichlers designed by Aaron Green, Pietro Belluschi, and John Brooks Boyd. Another interesting Eichler development is Santa Clara’s Pomeroy Green and Pomeroy West condo/co-op developments.
San Jose, Mountain View, and Cupertino are all well represented in the Eichler community with several sizeable Eichler neighborhoods in these cities. The smallest Eichler presence is in the towns of Los Altos, Saratoga, and Monte Sereno. Most of the Los Altos, Saratoga, and Monte Sereno homes were built in the late 1960s and early 1970s and include a few custom or semi-custom Eichlers.
South Bay Eichlers for Sale
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