Gorgeously remodelled and updated, this covetable property in Orange, California’s Fairhills Eicher tract is on the market for the first time since its original sale in 1964. Designed by A Quincy Jones and Frederick Emmons, the four-bedroom boasts a rare floor plan that was featured in only eight models in the city and includes a two-car garage and car port.
Now fully remodelled, the 2,000-square-foot home has a newly painted blue-grey façade accented by a horizontal strip of green that sets the tone for the rest of the residence. An expansive great room characterized by a beamed ceiling, stone fireplace, and new flooring seamless connects, by way of a wall of windows, to a replastered pool and stone patio outside.
A sleek new kitchen with quartz counter tops and the latest appliances, completely redone bathrooms, and new skylights are just a few of the home’s upgrades. As for what was left untouched, the aggregate flooring in the entryway and security buzzer are truly original. Located at 1070 North Granada Drive, it’s asking just under a million at $985,000 — via Curbed