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Jun

Let´s face it3;none of us are getting any younger. Whether you´re part of the “Baby Boomer” generation or have a parent that is, accessibility in luxury home construction is more important than ever before. Baby Boomers, in particular, are thinking about what their homes need to look like as they enjoy their retirement days in the Bitterroot Valley.

DeVries Construction understands that a luxury home in Hamilton, Montana doesn´t have to be four stories tall with difficult stairs and narrow passageways. The wonderful part about building your own home is that you can design it in ways that best suit your needs. If you are concerned about your mobility in the years ahead, DeVries can help you design a single-story luxury home that will set your mind at ease. DeVries Construction can help you pick out bathroom features with safety grab bars, kitchen cabinets that don´t require stooping down, and wheelchair ramps to access outdoor spaces.

Another American trend that is gaining popularity is the dual-generation household, as almost one-third of American adults today live with either their children or their parents. More frequently than ever before, adult children are moving back in with their parents after college and elderly parents are moving in to be cared for by their adult children. To accommodate more family members, your luxury home design may need to include dual master suites, separate kitchenette areas, and additional garage space.

As you age gracefully into your golden years, your luxury home design should be able to withstand the test of time. Discuss your accessibility concerns with the construction expert, Jake DeVries, to design a home that will last for generations to come in the Bitterroot Valley.

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