By Azurine Jourdain. House Plans. Published at Saturday, March 16th, 2019 - 16:15:01 PM.
It’s also hard to beat the curb appeal of a striking two-story design. Buyers who prefer a traditional layout with the master suite upstairs will find many options here, though master suites on the first floor are now very popular and a good choice for aging in place. To ensure maximum accessibility in the home, consider a design with an elevator that makes it easy to get around.
As the population ages, more families will become caretakers for elderly parents or relatives. These house plans with in-law suites offer the needed space (often on the first floor, ideal for a person with limited mobility). Of course, in-law suites can be used by buyers in many different situations, from owners who simply want comfortable guest accommodations to those with nannies or live-in caretakers. The suites themselves range from a simple bedroom and bathroom to more elaborate apartments suitable for semi-independent living (older children, perhaps returned from college and looking for a job, will especially appreciate the latter type). Some of these suites are even detached for the home for greater privacy. Either way, a house plan with an in-law suite offers outstanding versatility for the future. Adding onto an existing home? Consider one of our garage plans with apartments.
With its impressive exterior and lavish conveniences, this hillside plan captures the essence of grand living, blending style and grace. This home offers multiple outdoor living areas, including a screened porch with a fireplace and downstairs patios. Inside, special details include decorative ceilings, a circular staircase, and columns. Dont miss the super-luxurious master suite with its bow window, deluxe tub, and large shower, or the downstairs suite that would make an ideal home for an in-law or nanny.
The original plan, 26 Monroe Avenue, is a familiar vernacular style with a first-floor layout that resonates with plan buyers. Requests for three- and four-bedroom plans with a Low Country aesthetic led to tweaks in the floor plan and exterior elevations that resulted in new plans, 248 Abbeville Road and 248 Broussard Road. The Abbeville Road home is a four-bedroom Creole design with a large, simple, hipped roof and deep overhangs. The upper floor hosts three bedrooms with private baths, plus a convenient study. Broussard Road is a three-bedroom Generational Farmhouse style typically seen throughout the South. The efficient upper floor includes two bedrooms with private baths and a study at the top of the stairs.
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