Multi-Generational Homes


Multigenerational homes are a very hot commodity today. There are so many good reasons why family members are wanting to live together. In fact, from 1960 to 2016 the number of multigenerational family members living together has more than doubled to over 60 million. The fact is, that living with parents, grandparents or even off-spring holds great appeal for families wanting to live together. The stigma of not being independent has faded. Families now see that living together brings added benefits such as better health, support from loved ones and even greater prosperity. The Homes illustrated below are just a small sample of the types of Multigenerational homes that we have to offer. Please contact us directly for the most current styles, elevations and floorplans available or to discuss your custom home ideas.
  • Parent & Adult Children Living Together – We are seeing more & more families moving from the mid-west & up North, it makes more sense to buy a home together instead of 2 separate properties. Charleston home prices and high cost of childcare makes this a sound decision for many families moving into the area.
  • Graduated College but Still at Home – With the cost of college on the rise and the challenge of finding a job after makes this a favorable option for a lot of families.
  • Parents in Need of Care – Many adults have aging parents that require additional care and this would create a space for everyone while having the peace of mind that you are there if anything where to happen.
  • Change in Marital Status – This is an all too common situation that we have all experienced or know someone effected by this. This style home would give you the comfort of knowing no matter what happened you would have space for your loved ones.
  • Rental Income – When you live in a destination location it makes sense to have additional income while living at your house. You can have a separate home, still connected by an open or closed breezeway to help supplement your mortgage.
  • Rental Income – When you live in a destination location it makes sense to have additional income while living at your house. You can have a separate home, still connected by an open or closed breezeway to help supplement your mortgage.
  • Inherited a Lot – Looking to maximize your inheritance? Build 2 – 3 lots on an acre (depending on zoning) and sale. In a hot market like Charleston this is a win, win!