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The 2015 Home for Life offers a Craftsman-influenced design packed with subtly integrated features that enhance accessibility, energy efficiency, and durability, ensuring that the home will be comfortable and convenient for its owners and their guests through every stage of their lives.
A paved walk slopes gently upward to the front porch, which offers a flush-threshold entry at the front door. The result is full accessibility without the need for a ramp. An at-grade door provides a second accessible entrance at the garage.
Thanks to thoughtful details, such as drawer appliances, a wide range of storage options, and varying counter heights, the Home for Life kitchen offers enhanced convenience for every member of the family.
A barrier-free shower, attractive grab bars, and a dual-height vanity provide complete accessibility in a beautiful master bath design.
A shaded back porch offers an easy-to-access outdoor living area on the main level while enhancing the home’s performance by providing sun shading.
While a residential elevator provides convenient access to the second floor, a ground-floor master suite permits single-level living.
By eliminating interior walls and combining existing spaces, the design creates a contemporary open layout that is both easily navigated and perfect for entertaining.