ADA and Wheelchair Accessible Homes in Raleigh, NC
Looking for an Accessible Home in the Raleigh, NC area?
Our design team will determine what your needs are, and modify or design a home that fits your lifestyle perfectly.
What does an accessible custom home feature?
The features included vary depending on the needs and desires of the homeowner. Some homeowners are looking for a two-story home, with an accessible first floor bedroom and bathroom for a family member. Some are looking for a one story home with a fully accessible kitchen, bath, enlarged garage, and other features.
Here are some of the accessible home features you may be looking for:
· Built In Shower Benches
· Grab Bars
· Room for Maneuvering (5 Foot Minimum Diameter)
· Knee Space Under Countertops/Reduced Height Countertops
· Room for Maneuvering
· Reduced Height Countertops
· Built-in Range Countertops with Front Controls and Knee Space Below
· Pull-Out Shelving (Slide Out Shelves)
· Accessible Electric Outlets and Switches
· Roll-Under Kitchen Sinks
· Egress (exit) Door From Bedroom
· Enlarged Hallways and Doorways
· Non-Slip Flooring
· Low Pile Carpet
· Turning Radius in Laundry Room
No matter which features you're looking for, we'll incorporate them into your new home. Have a floor plan you love - but it needs to allow for special considerations? Stanton Homes can modify it to meet your specifications.
The Dugan - Fully Accessible Custom Home
Raleigh accessible homes for sale include "The Dugan":
- Fully accessible floor plan has room for an optional elevator
- Brick, stone, Hardiplank exterior, tucked in Front Porch, attached Screen Room
- Signature touches, customized wide-open spaces, arches, angles
- Nearly 3200 square feet, an oversized garage, attic storage
Click Here for a Virtual Tour of the Dugan
Find out more about Raleigh area custom homes with Accessible Features, Universal Design, and Specially Adapted Features:
How to Get Started Looking for an Accessible Home
Door and Hallway Requirements for Accessible Homes
Shower Design Ideas for Accessible Home Bathrooms
Choosing the Right Lot for Your Accessible Home
What is Universal Design, and how does it make living easier?
Laundry Rooms Designed for Easy Use
Top 10 Kitchen Tips - Universal Design
Entrances, Walkways, and Lighting - What To Ask For
Specially Adapted Housing Grants for Veterans
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