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Multigenerational house plans accommodate different reasons why there are more generations under the same roof these days. There is no major division between lodgings; all of the bedrooms, bathrooms and public spaces are encompassed in the same house or casita. Plans for multigenerational homes often create privacy by dividing bedrooms into separate wings, or by including a bathroom with every bedroom. The kitchen, dining room and other communal areas are generally shared.
Multi-Family house plans, typically include two or more complete living suites within the same structure/house. For Example: duplex or apartment complex, each living space includes a separate kitchen and living area and a separate entrance. Of course there are many different approaches to multi-family house plans and designs. Maybe a two-story home could contain living areas for three different families: one in the basement, a second on the ground floor and a third above. Alternatively, a townhouse-style design would place two, sometimes the same floor plan of living areas next to each other, with a separate entrance for each.
There are so many reasons why more American households now consist of two or more generations under one roof:
Debt-saddled millennials can’t afford or don’t want to move out on their own; boomers worried about their aging parents want to keep them close by; live-in grandparent babysitters can help offset the price of child-care and other expenses related to raising children.
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