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The 100+ Eichler homes in Thousand Oaks are located in the Santa Monica Mountains in Ventura County, 25 miles north of Malibu. The Eichlers in Thousand Oaks can be found on Campbell Avenue, Stoddard Avenue, Camino Manzanas, Fordham Avenue, and Ellsworth Circle in the heart of the city.
The Thousand Oaks Eichlers were built in 1964 and featured both sloped-roof and A-frame homes designed by two of Eichler’s preferred architectural firms, Jones & Emmons and Claude Oakland. The homes range from a comfortable 1809 square feet to a more spacious 3093 square feet. All the Eichler homes in Thousand Oaks are atrium models with 4 - 5 bedrooms, 2 baths and/or a carport and garage.
As a note of interest: The first Eichler homes in Thousand Oaks were advertised as “Eichler Homes In Conejo Village”. The newer portion of the development was marketed as expo/west.
Thousand Oaks Eichlers – Fast Facts
Eichler Homes Built: 100+ Year(s) Built: 1964-1967
Architect(s): Jones & Emmons and Claude Oakland