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New Retirement Home Richmond Beach

Aging in place with views, convenience, and style [more]

These soon to retire owners had purchased an undeveloped lot next to their home and wanted to build a home with features to accommodate aging in place and living with disabilities. Along with this the resounding views and sloping lot added unique challenges.

Solutions included: a small footprint lower floor with cantilevered upper floor; an elevator to serve the lower floor, garage, and upper floor; wheelchair access to all rooms on all floors (including a roll-in master shower); open floor plans with extra handrails in strategic places; sweeping views of Puget Sound and the Olympics; and large southern windows for winter light and sun. They call it "The Perch"! This design doesn't look like "aging in place". It looks like a home with open flowing spaces perfect for frequent dinner guests to gather round the chef and hold conversations in front of the fireplace or step through the full height windows in the living room to enjoy the deck as if it were a part of the interior.

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