Why a First Floor Master Bedroom May Work for You
November 20, 2015 1:32 pm
When searching for a new home, you might notice that master suites are traditionally found upstairs in multi-level homes. But many builders, including Landon Homes, now offer a first floor master bedroom in some floor plans. There are several reasons why you might want to buy a new home with a first floor master:
Many home buyers, especially those in the Baby Boomer generation, simply don’t want to walk upstairs to go to bed. People with health problems like arthritis need to avoid the stress and strain that climbing stairs places on the body. A first floor bedroom solves this problem.
Home buyers with teenagers may prefer to use a downstairs master and let their children stay upstairs. In this way, all family members can enjoy some much-needed privacy. A first floor master may also come in handy for empty nesters. Home owners with zoned heating can turn down the heat on the second floor, unless you have guests staying in those rooms.
Another reason some people choose a first floor master is to accommodate their aging parents. Experts say more and more families are engaging in multi-generational living with parents, children and grandparents all living under one roof. In this case, elderly adults can stay downstairs, while the rest of the family is housed upstairs. Even if grandparents don’t live in the home full-time, they may visit frequently, so a first floor master suite would still be useful.
Finally, buying a new home with a first floor master can increase its resale value. Since main floor master suites aren’t that common, real estate experts say they should add value to your property.
If you are searching for a new home with a first floor master, then Landon Homes may be your builder! Landon offers home buyers a first floor master suite in its spacious Savannah Collection. The 2,200 square foot floor plan features 1 to 1.5 story homes, and is available to build at the Enclave of Lakeview in Little Elm. This master planned community is located just east of Lake Lewisville and includes four amenity centers with pools, parks and trails.
For more information about the Little Elm TX homes for sale at the Enclave at Lakeview, contact Landon Homes at 866-898-3603.
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