Located in Orange, California, in the very heart of Orange County, this 1960 Eichler home, designed by the renowned architect A. Quincy Jones, displays all the vivaciousness, the simple luxuries, and care-free attitude of post-war Southern California, a land of citrus and avocado trees dotted by hillside neighborhoods of brand spanking new homes filled with the newest of American consumer products. All of this, located behind the orange entry door, could be yours, a direct link to Space Age America and all of its optimistic views and outlooks.
Once inside this wonderful midcentury time capsule updated with modern conveniences, thereby enhancing both the visual, as well as the functional, abilities of the spaces. Every room is open, yet clearly defined, thereby allowing each space to build upon one another and creating a wonderful milieu when entertaining.
All the intimate bedroom spaces offer light, bright accommodations with panes upon panes of glass and clean, clinical finished concrete floors.
The rear yard, complete with mature trees, is the perfect size for a future pool, small grassy area, as well as California native, water-wise landscaping surrounded by lavish, golden decomposed granite, and potted citrus trees.
The floor plan of this home is centered around the large entry court, which welcomes you to flit in and out of the home and through the intimate garden at any moments whim or desire. I am particularly enamored with the breezy entertaining spaces and their accessibility to a multitude of defined outdoor spaces.
586 S Woodland Street, a property which comprises a 4 bedroom, two bathrooms, 1,735 square foot home on a roughly 7,800 square foot lot, is currently listed by Kelly Laule of Better Living SoCal for $1,100,000.
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