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Top Features in Multigenerational Housing

February 16, 2024

Top Features in Multigenerational Housing

Top Features in Multigenerational Housing

Not since the 1940s have there been so many multigenerational households in the U.S. In fact, Pew Research Center reports that the number has quadrupled in the last 50 years. Currently, about 45% of young adults ages 18–29 live with their parents. Because of this, flexible floorplans are increasingly valuable.

Today's multigenerational homes balance open common areas with privacy and personal space. Maximizing every square foot is the ultimate goal. Floorplans can be modified with elements like French or pocket doors to separate rooms and multi-purpose spaces that meet everyone's needs.

When more space is required, some homeowners build out an in-law suite, while others prefer to move to a more spacious property.

Beneficial features in multigenerational houses can include soundproof walls, extended outdoor living spaces, dual laundry rooms, and kitchenettes. Other considerations consist of separate entrances and private courtyards along with accessibility and safety features for older generations.

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