Accessible Homebuilders in Durham and Chapel Hill
What's the difference between a Specially Adapted Home and an accessible home?
The Department of Veteran Affairs offers housing grants to qualified veterans.
Specially Adapted Housing (SAH) grants are available for veterans or servicemembers who meet qualification standards.
Specially Adapted Housing for Veterans
A Specially Adapted Housing benefit can be used for qualified veterans or servicemembers who require a home designed specifically to meet their needs:
It must be medically feasible for the veteran or servicemember to reside in the home.
The home must be adapted to the veteran or servicemember's needs.
Photos of Specially Adapted Homes and Accessible Homes
Kitchen design ideas
These accessible home kitchen design ideas have room for easy maneuvering, reduced height countertops (that can be used standing or sitting), built-in range countertops with front controls and knee space below, and pull out or slide out shelving.
Bathroom design ideas
From roll-in showers and built in benches to grab bars and hand-held showerheads where you need them, every detail in your accessible bathroom is designed and built for comfort, ease-of-use and peace-of-mind.
Specially Adapted Home Builders
Stanton Homes is a Durham & Chapel Hill, NC Specially Adapted Housing (SAH) approved builder. We have an innovative, technology-driven approach to customized, functional and beautiful fully accessible and universal homes.
Got a plan you like, but it’s not fully accessible? We can customize virtually any floor plan from any architect or online home plan source to fit your specific needs.
Our architectural and interior design team will listen to your ideas and engage our expertise to design and build your fully accessible home – and our in-house design work comes as part of your custom home package, at no extra cost to our homebuyers.