Finding accessible homes in the Triangle can be difficult if you don’t know where to start. The Triangle MLS does not have easy search options for accessible homes, and while you can search for homes with 1st floor master bedrooms, on the first floor, or with an in-law suite, knowing other search options can help you find properties you may have otherwise missed.
To help you narrow your home search and find the best resources about accessible homes in North Carolina, I would like to discuss today about local accessible home builders and housing organizations.
Barrier Free Home
Local to Raleigh, Stanton Homes builds custom accessible, universally designed, aging in place, and VA-approved Specially Adapted Housing properties. They offer these accessible features in their homes:
- accessible master bath with roll-under vanity
- roll-in showers with grab bars
- open floor plans
- full in-law suites
- wide doorways and hallways
- zero-step entry
- non-slip flooring
North Carolina Housing Coalition
The NC Housing Coalition offers accessible housing resources, including contact information for housing-related services; resources about housing for people with special needs and for the elderly; and programs for first-time home buyers.
Let Me Help You Find the Perfect Accessible Home
I hope these resources give you all the information you need to find the perfect accessible home.
If you need any help with finding an accessible home, universally designed home, or aging in place community in the Triangle, let me know. I specialize in accessible housing in the Triangle area and am a signing Realtor, and I understand your unique real estate needs and can direct you to the best resources to make sure you not only find the perfect home but can also enjoy this wonderful area of North Carolina.
You can reach me on my cell phone at 919 931-1939, my video phone at 919 439-9013, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.