South Bay

Grand Stand in Googletown
Eichlers of Mountain View's Grandmeadow—where 53 houses flourish as homes with a little help from friends
It Came from the Backyard
With more ADU dwellings on the way—what lies ahead for the character and livability of mid-century modern neighborhoods?
Eichler's Early Years: 1949-'50 The First Subdivisions
Return to the original manors and gardens that embellished the great Eichler home prototype
Eichler Subdivisions: Eichler's Early Years: 1951-'52
Award-winning experiments of design innovation—touring Eichler's early California subdivisions
Eichler House Numbers
Essential tips and a homegrown method for restoring an important detail to your exterior
Historic Quest: Eichlers in the National Register
At last—Eichlers get their place in history, reach the National Register of Historic Places
Storybook Eichlers: Primewood - Sunnyvale
Tight-knit families and a picturesque air bring new life to Sunnyvale's 35-home Primewood development
Buried Treasures: Unearthing Time Capsules
Mysterious time capsules—returning from deep sleep to evoke the 'now' for future generations
Modern Real Estate: Too Alluring to Fail?
Values of modern homes fell with the housing crash—but their appeal still stands strong
Eichler Crazy in Fairglen - San Jose
Fairglen is Eichler crazy—but its 'neighborliness' is even more infectious, making it a great place to live
Family-First Fairhaven - San Jose
Newcomers to the tiny, obscure San Jose Eichler neighborhood aren't just welcomed—they're adopted
The Storybook Eichlers of Primewood - Sunnyvale
Tight-knit families and a picturesque air bring new life to Sunnyvale's 35-home Primewood development
Sunny Days at Rancho Verde - Sunnyvale
Eichler owners of Rancho Verde come together to protect and celebrate their neighborhood
Modern Preservation: Streetscape Smarts
How California's mid-century modern tracts are safeguarding their unique architectural character
Living the Atrium Life
From yoga studio to party den to concert hall— the Eichler home hosts them all at center court
What a Place for a Party!
Clever lighting, cocktails and that ‘hole in your house’ kick off holiday revelry
Doors to Adore
The perfect door for the modern home is simple, tasteful—and fun
Textile Artists Get Personal
Eight designers use fabric to explore their own issues for San Jose exhibit
Two with a View
Often misunderstood, Eichler’s original two-story homes are a rare breed that startle some, but surely please their owners
Research Trumps Rumor
Why it matters that Steve Jobs' 'likeler' is no Eichler