Home of the Day: Well-preserved 1964 Eichler in O.C.

An Eichler home in Orange's Fairhills tract lists for sale at $825,000

In Orange’s Fairhills Eichler tract, this five-bedroom by architects A. Quincy Jones and Frederick Emmons stays true to its original aesthetic with Philippine mahogany walls, built-ins and beamed cathedral-style ceilings. Rows of sliding glass doors line an open-air atrium set in the heart of the home. A saltwater pool is among additions made to the property.

Location: 1081 N. Granada Drive, Orange 92869

Price: $825,000

Year built: 1964

Architects: A. Quincy Jones, Frederick Emmons

House size: 1,992 square feet, five bedrooms, two bathrooms

Lot size: 8,276 square feet

Features: Walls of glass, beamed and tongue-and-groove ceilings, custom built-ins, Philippine mahogany, terrazzo floors, atrium, formal living room with brick fireplace, kitchen with breakfast bar, dining room, patio, saltwater pool

About the area: The median sale price for single-family homes in the 92869 ZIP Code for February was $590,000 based on 13 sales. That represents a decrease of more than 13% in median price year-over-year.

Agents: Kelly Laule, Better Living SoCal

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