What to Think About Before Choosing Your Next (or Retirement) Home
Raleigh Custom Home Features for 50+ Homebuyers
1. "Get Away" Space
What "get away" space suites your lifestyle?
Whether you want an office, hobby area, tv room, or workshop corner, a "get away" area can be a huge plus.
2. Outdoor Living
Well-designed homes include space to entertain and relax outside.
3. Entertaining Options
Great Rooms opening to the Kitchen are popular trend for homebuyers right now, because the open up the possibilities for entertainment.
4. Easy Living
Most, if not all, space should be on the first floor.
A great plan should also include a well-designed covered entrance, such as a front porch or portico.
5. Plenty of Storage
Plenty of easily-accessible storage can be essential.
Consider turning attic space into storage, even in one story designs.
Downstairs, look for generous closet space and plenty of cupboards. Builtins are always useful.
6. Natural Light
Nothing brightens a home better than natural light.
Look for two, three, or four windows per room.
Groupings of windows facing outdoor living space adds even more visual appeal.
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