El Rancho Vista Estates
This small, friendly neighborhood is chock-full of fantastic mid century modern homes designed by well known architects, Donald Wexler and Richard Harrison, and built by popular developer Roy Fey.
The first 70 were finished between 1959 and 1961, with a group of ranch homes built later, and a final 20 constructed in the late 1970s.
The Bermuda. The Capri. The Casa Blanca. These were the names of the three stylish models, and they each evoked a casual California desert lifestyle with days spent poolside, playing golf or tennis, or horseback riding.
The homes' design are easy and casual, offering style and privacy for the middle-class family: decorative concrete block screens, clearstory windows, floor-to-ceiling glass, and large patio doors to poolside for easy indoor-outdoor living.
Mid Century Modern Architecture
Small, Close-Knit Neighborhood
Wide Flat Streets