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
Located on the outskirts of the Greenmeadow Eichler community, Walnut Grove and Greendell are two Palo Alto neighborhoods with small pockets of Eichler homes. Walnut Grove is a mid-century neighborhood just off East Charleston Road (south of the Fairmeadow Eichler tract), with Eichler homes – as well as Eichler-like homes – in the vicinity of Mumford, Ely, and Dixon Place.
Greendell, on the southeast edge of Greenmeadow, is a larger community that includes almost 50 Eichler homes in addition to many mid-century ranch style homes. The Greendell Eichlers are located just off San Antonio along Ferne and Dake Avenues.
The Walnut Grove Eichlers, designed by Jones & Emmons were built in 1952. The Eichler homes in Greendell came into being a few years later, during the mid-1950s. Many residents of both Greendell and Walnut Grove use the recreational facilities operated by the Greenmeadow Community Association, which includes a swimming pool with programs for the entire family from tots to seniors.
Walnut Grove Eichlers – Fast Facts
Year(s) built: 1951 Architect(s): Jones & Emmons
Greendell Eichlers – Fast Facts
Eichler homes built: 48 (approx.) Year(s) built: 1956
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