Sitting on nearly one quarter acre, this single-story Gainsborough North home was built by John B. Clark, one of the foremost contractors of his day, and designed by local architect Walt Richardson whose open-concept floor plans were inspired by the mid-century modern icon Joseph Eichler. Visitors are welcomed by a gated flagstone atrium with lush plantings. Directly inside is an expansive living room with oversized picture windows that highlight the indoor-outdoor living concept Eichler imagined. Just beyond the living room is a fully remodeled, eat-in kitchen with high-end appliances, a guest bath and spacious den for family activities. This popular Model 706 home also offers an oversized master bedroom with updated bath, plus three additional bedrooms with shared bathroom. Outside is a professionally landscaped backyard with weather-based micro-irrigation where you’ll enjoy multiple seating/dining areas, mature fruit trees and a saltwater pool that’s perfect for hot summer days. Other important features include a whole-house water filtration system and fully-owner solar panels for a zero-dollar monthly electric bill. A fully finished 2.5 car garage with epoxy floors, ample storage and a 240V power outlet for electric vehicles completes the tour. McPherson Magnet School is just a few blocks away, as well as the Esplanade Trail and the upscale shops and restaurants of downtown Orange. The modern aesthetic of this impressive Clark Home is truly a must see.