Aging in place is being used these days but what does it really mean?
Aging in place is a term used to describe a person living in the residence of their choice, for as long as they are able, as they age. This includes being able to have any services (or other support) they might need over time as their needs change.
Today the aging popular prefers to live out their years at home. No longer do you have to settle for the huge 2 story home with lots of steps. Make way for a single-story home with has limited steps or even zero steps into the home. An association that will maintain the lawn and shovel the snow is very helpful to be able to stay at home. Today you don’t have to resort to a twin home or even an apartment.
Michael Lee is finishing up our Pioneer Point villa homes which allows many of its residents to age in place without moving to another unit or old folks home. These villa homes have limited exterior maintenance like vinyl siding, aluminum soffit and fascia and 30-year roof. Inside these homes we have low maintenance laminate flooring, granite counters, Pella windows and more.
Michael Lee is building out a slab unit with zero entry which will be ready to move-in September. Yes, no steps not even a little step, zero means zero. This home features two bedrooms and two bathrooms and three car garage and even a sunroom! Bright and airy southern exposure will be a delight all winter long! This particular unit even has a roll-in shower with grab bars that a wheel chair can even use. Wide doorways are also important just in case you wind up in a wheel chair you will be able to get around the entire home. Out front you will find a sidewalk that will allow you to take in the entire neighborhood and city if you are ambitious.
Michael Lee prides itself on hands-on ownership with father and son team of David and Steven Frosch. Call us anytime for a private showing or to talk about your housing needs. David Frosch 612-282-0920