A legacy property that went through a painstaking and loving restoration, Westways is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a piece of history.
Guarded by gates and located at the end of an oak-strewn drive, you will find a spacious five-bedroom, four-bathroom New England-style home.
The original owner, William Armstrong Fairburn, who is credited with inventing the first nonpoisonous wooden match, built the home in 1927. Fairbanks worked for Diamond Match Co., and by 1915 was its president and owner.
The stunning New England-style estate peacefully complements its awe-inspiring surroundings, resting on 50+ acres in the heart of central Ojai. A four-bedroom, three-bathroom guest house on the property is built in a style that mimics the main residence’s New England style.
An 18-month renovation restored the property with every period detail and decision thoughtfully supervised. Its result is without equal.