Thursday, November 8, 2012
One of the top trends of 2012 in new home construction was the addition of multigenerational living spaces, according to the National Association of Home Builders. When building a home meant to house more than one generation, there needs to be a different design than for a traditional single-family home. Whether it's because more are children returning home after college or more parents are moving in with the family, multigenerational homes are increasing in popularity.
We at Ball Homes keep ahead of the trending designs and have been offering this type of living in many of our most popular floor plans. Many of our floor plans offer a wide variety of options to meet the needs of today’s families. From optional first-floor guest suites to finished basements with full baths, our floor plans are designed around what you, the buyers, want and need from your home.