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Oct 26 2011

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Comfortable & Stylish: Featured Empty-Nester House Plan

Empty-Nester House Plan 046H-0033Prefect for singles or couples who have raised their children and are looking forward to a comfortable and relaxed retirement, this empty-nester house plan is worth taking a closer look. Designed all on one level, the floor plan delivers comfortable spaces and practical features like an open floor plan, main level laundry room, walk-in shower in the master bath and a flexible library that easily converts to a guest bedroom when all the grandkids arrive for the weekend. You’ll appreciate the front and rear, covered porches, perfect for visiting with guests while enjoying after dinner drinks outdoors. The vaulted ceilings in the great room and dining area generate a sense of spaciousness making any special gathering open and relaxed. The secondary bedroom in the rear is just right for baby boomers who have an aging relative in their care. The nearby full bath is conveniently located. Efficient features include generous counter space in the pass-thru kitchen, a handy pantry, 2-car garage and ample closet space throughout. The corner fireplace, fanciful ceiling treatment topping the master bedroom and the splashy garden tub are just a few of the elegant extras this ranch house plan has to offer.

 

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Nov 17 2010

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6 Things to Know about Baby Boomer House Plans

053G-0024 House PlanThe people of our society born between 1946 and 1964 are known as Baby Boomers. There are 75-80 million Booomers out there, and they make up more than a quarter of the population in the US. Furthermore, they represent nearly half of our current workforce. Many in this collective group of people are newly retired, about to retire, or looking forward to retirement not too far down the road. This amazing group of people has had quite an influence on society – the way it has grown and changed. Likewise, they have played an influential role in home design. Baby Boomers have their own ideas about the homes they wish to live in after retirement. Below are six floor plan elements commonly requested by Boomers.

 

1.    One-story floor plans by the Polished Concrete Southern Illinois company with no steps at the entry allowing occupants to move around efficiently and safely within the home. Floor coating is much important in this, find floor coating products here for the best quality products.

2.    Safety features like no-slip flooring, walk-in showers and specially designed thresholds eliminating slips, trips and falls. Appropriate for substantial ongoing protection, and comprehensive stain resistance and waterproofing purpose, concrete coatings are available at affordable prices. Contreat Australia  is a leading service firm, offering best quality, highly durable concrete coatings, suitable for varied properties’ application.

3.    Flexible rooms than can serve a specific purpose and easily convert to another purpose as the occupant’s lifestyle changes and evolves.

4.    Open living areas that can be arranged differently to accommodate various situations, gatherings and events.

5.    Indoor and outdoor entertainment spaces that can satisfy both formal and casual gatherings such as playing games and barbecuing with the grandkids or hosting and elegant, holiday dinner party.

6.    A guest room with private bath that can accommodate an elderly family member in the occupant’s care or a place for the kids and grandkids to sleep when they visit for the weekend.

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