Homes In Raleigh For Multigenerational Living

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Multigenerational living has recently become a popular form of homeownership. It’s a great way to keep families together with grandparents, parents and children, all living under the same roof while still allowing privacy and independence. At HHHunt, we believe it’s how you live that matters, and we’ve developed a selection of homes in our Raleigh, North Carolina communities offering multigenerational living opportunities for you and your family.

What is a Multigenerational Living Home?

Multigenerational living homes offer private suites designed for older adults or younger children seeking a unique space while living in the same residence as their loved ones. These spaces often include a first-floor bedroom and bathroom. They can even include private living room areas. Take our Bedford plan at the Reserve at Wackena, for example. The first floor includes a suite with a 14’ x 12’ bedroom, spacious full bathroom, and a 10’ x 11’ study or living area. It’s the perfect spot for a family member to enjoy his/her privacy while still being close to their loved ones.

Raleigh Communities with Multigenerational Living Opportunities

You can find multigenerational living opportunities in several of our Raleigh new home communities, including the Winslow at Granite Falls Estates, the Crawford at Banks Pointe, or the Mason at the Reserve at Wackena. There are even great townhome options like the Waylon at Townes at North Salem.

Each of these new home plans features designer finishes and the same high-quality construction our homeowners have come to expect from an HHHunt home. These communities are located in the highly sought-after areas around Raleigh, including West Cary and Rolesville, so you’re never far from work, great shopping/dining and amazing outdoor recreational spots.

Benefits of Multigenerational Living

Depending on your stage of life, multigenerational living offers a host of benefits to homebuyers. A multigenerational living home is perfect for an elderly parent who has limited mobility or a child who is getting ready to move out on their own. Whatever your stage of life, many homeowners see multigenerational living as a great opportunity to keep loved ones nearby while still maintaining separate living spaces.

Explore Banks Pointe, Granite Falls Estates, the Reserve at Wackena, and Townes at North Salem today to see if one of our multigenerational living homes is right for you!