Building For The Empty-Nest Generation

For many empty nesters, finding an existing home to “age in place” is important for maintaining quality of life. With the title of empty nester comes a new lifestyle along with new priorities. Instead of placing importance on living in a home in a certain school district or a home with a large backyard for the kids to play in, significance can now be placed on owning a low-maintenance home with a functional, smarter floor plan. Building a home from the ground up is the best way to ensure you get exactly what you want, and prevents redoing certain design elements that can be difficult, costly and sometimes impossible to change if not done from the beginning.

Landon Homes ever-popular Riley Bonus floor plan designed is a great option for empty nesters looking to live in a comfortable, sustainable and thoughtfully designed home that truly meets their needs for now and forever. The home features a spacious open floor plan with owner’s suite and two secondary bedrooms situated downstairs for convenient access. The two secondary bedrooms along with an optional bonus room allow plenty of room for kids or guests to stay while visiting. Entertaining guests is encouraged with a formal dining room and sprawling family room that opens up to a large outdoor living space. A flex space near the entryway can be turned into an office or a room to explore a special hobby, and a two-car garage provides ample storage.

In addition to a functional and well-designed floor plan, The Riley Bonus includes energy-efficient features like low-voc paints and water-efficient fixtures. With finishes and materials that are durable, efficient and require less maintenance, the Riley Bonus is the ideal plan for the empty-nest generation.

For more information on the Riley floor plan visit www.landon-homes.net.


For more information, please contact Landon Homes, (904)567-3430!