Not one but two homes built in 1960 by famed developer Joseph Eichler in the Fairhaven neighborhood of Orange are for sale.
The post-and-beam-style residences with open floor plans, glass walls and atriums are among the 350 Eichlers, split across three tracts, including Fairhills and Fairmeadow.
According to the listing, these historically designated homes qualify for Mills Act property tax savings.
596 S. Woodland St.
Size: 1,735 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
Home: Renowned architects A. Quincy Jones and Frederick Emmons designed this home with a low-sloping roof. Set an oversized lot, the house has a combined living and dining room with a brick fireplace, a separate family room, and an open kitchen with a breakfast bar. Original features include an atrium entry, rich Phillippine mahogany and clerestory windows. The Mills Act application is in process.
Asking price: $1.075 million
Listed by: Douglas Kramer and Jack Gano of SoCal Modern Group at Re/Max Real Estate Specialists
3811 E. Fernwood Avenue
Size: 2,028 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
Home: This home, with its flat roof and atrium with a fire pit, was designed by architects Bob Anshen and Steve Allen. The house was renovated but remains true to character. Inside, it features black terrazzo-tiled floors, walnut paneling and solid-core doors with vintage Sargent knobs, and a custom kitchen that boasts Miele appliances and an induction cooktop. A swimming pool and spa, patio with fire pit and dramatic landscape lighting are among the oversized lot’s outdoor perks. The house is Mills Act eligible.
Asking price: $1.389 million
Listed by: Jack Gano and Rochelle Kramer of SoCal Modern Group at Re/Max Real Estate Specialists
Source: Orange County Register