The Covid-19 pandemic has forced us to re-think almost every major aspect of our lives. For many, the safety of grandparents and college students are at the forefront of this thought exercise. Invariably, we’re wondering if our students should go back to college or stay home this Fall. Should grandpa or grandma really be in a retirement facility where we can’t control how seriously the staff is addressing the pandemic? Should we open our homes to these loved ones? But we don’t have the space!
You’re not alone if you’re in the Western Suburbs of Minneapolis and exploring the idea of adding a second dwelling area to your current home. In fact, we’re working on our second multi-generational home in the past year as we speak. But, as you begin to research multigenerational living tips, this brings to bear a few important questions:
If you’re considering transferring your investment from paying for a nursing home to funding a remodeling project, your savings could be significant! Consider these facts:
Perhaps you can see the benefits from a well-being and financial perspective, but what about the where-to-start immense headache of actually adding an addition to your home? Where do you even begin? Can 3 generations of family really live together in harmony? Here are some considerations:
If you've been considering any kind of home addition, Black Dog Homes can makes those dreams a reality. Call us Today!
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Deep Haven Custom Home
This beautifully renovated cottage turned story-and-a-half is the perfect home for the baby boomer or busy professional at 1,750 sq. ft.! The main level boasts an open architecture layout with 9' ceilings, a quaint covered front porch and 10' sliding French doors leading to a decorative maintenance-free deck and private courtyard.