January 30, 2024



As home builders, our responsibility goes beyond constructing four walls and a roof. We play a crucial role in shaping the spaces where families create memories, grow, and age. In recent years, there has been a growing awareness of the importance of aging in place, and we can certainly help with building homes that cater to the evolving needs of homeowners throughout their lives.


Aging in place refers to the ability of individuals to live independently and comfortably in their homes as they age. This concept has gained traction as people increasingly recognize the desire to remain in their familiar surroundings rather than transitioning to assisted living facilities. As home builders, embracing this concept involves designing and constructing homes that are adaptable and accessible, ensuring they can cater to the changing needs of residents over time.

There are several places that you can focus on when considering aging in place. From a no-step entrance to a first-floor laundry room to curbless showers, there are many aspects of your build that you can tweak when considering your future time in your home. The NAHB has an aging in place checklist that you could consider integrating into your new home build. See that list HERE.

Now that we are familiar with the term aging-in-place, let's go over some of the benefits.

Enhanced Quality of Life

Constructing homes with aging in place features contributes to an improved quality of life for homeowners. Features such as wider doorways, lever-style door handles, and zero-step entrances make it easier for individuals with mobility challenges to navigate their homes seamlessly.

Long-Term Cost Savings

Investing in aging in place design from the start can lead to long-term cost savings for homeowners. Retrofitting homes later to accommodate aging-related needs can be expensive and disruptive. By integrating these features initially, homeowners can avoid costly modifications down the line.

Market Appeal and Value

Building homes with aging in place features adds to their market appeal and resale value. As the population ages, there is an increasing demand for homes that offer accessibility and adaptability. Homes designed to cater to a broad range of potential buyers, including those with mobility challenges, have a competitive edge in the real estate market.

Sustainability and Longevity

A home that is designed for aging in place is a sustainable investment. These homes are built to last, with durable materials and thoughtful design considerations. This approach aligns with the growing trend towards sustainable living and ensures that the home can accommodate residents for a longer duration.

By incorporating thoughtful and accessible design features from the beginning, we are not just building houses; we are creating homes that stand the test of time, providing comfort and support throughout the different stages of life. With all of our floor plans, changes can be made to get your home exactly where you need and want it to make your life easier now and in the future!

Our neighborhoods Williams Run in Greenfield and Grandview Village in Rushville are low-maintenance communities. Say goodbye to the hassle of lawn mowing and snow removal, as it's all taken care of by the homeowner's association.

Would you like to learn more about our build process? Contact us at 317.468.2330 or fill out a CUSTOMER WORKSHEET to get started right away!