3 Communities Designed Amazingly for Multi-Generational Living

Whether it’s because of economic factors or simply an aging population, multi-generational living is on the rise and a growing trend in new home construction.

Multi-gen home designs offer flexible options that allow for two or even three different generations to share the same living spaces. But this isn’t about having mom and dad sleep on the couch. No, these multi-gen designs are crafted to give everyone privacy without inconveniencing anyone, which ultimately brings families closer together.

You can find multi-generational communities across the DC area today, but if you’re in the market for one of these increasingly popular home designs, here are three that you should check out now:


The Villages of Savannah – Madison Village (Brandywine, MD)

Coming soon in Brandywine, MD, The Villages of Savannah’s newest section will feature new masterfully crafted, custom-fit home designs from Mid-Atlantic Builders.

Mid-Atlantic Builders has been constructing homes at this conveniently located community for some time now, but they’re focusing on multi-generational homes at Madison Village. Featuring five multi-gen home designs, this new neighborhood caters specifically to families who need flexible living options, such as first-floor multi-gen suites or single-level living.

The Villages of Savannah – Madison Village is coming later this year, but you can get on the early interest list to be the first to learn more as information becomes available. Simply visit the community page on our website to sign up.


West Park at Brambleton (Ashburn, VA)

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As one of Northern Virginia’s best master-planned communities, Brambleton is the ideal location for families of all sizes. And with its new West Park neighborhood, multi-generational living is made even more available at this amenity-rich destination.

Featuring home designs from three respected builders, Van Metre Homes, Miller & Smith and Winchester Homes, West Park’s floorplan offerings are as diverse as the amenities that surround the homes there. Be sure to check out Miller & Smith’s Aria design, which includes options for a full-size main-level guest suite with walk-in closet. And take a closer look at Winchester Homes’ Radcliffe plan, which offers an upgraded main level with a full bedroom suite.


West Grove (Fairfax, VA)

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One of Winchester Homes’ newest communities, West Grove is a quiet, secluded neighborhood in an ideal Fairfax, VA, location.

Its convenience to nearby commuter routes, shopping and dining is only part of the story. West Grove is home to spacious, stylish and flexible floorplans, such as the Wright design, that include plenty of options for families of any size. With just 24 homes, West Grove is a limited opportunity that’s not to be overlooked by anyone looking for a multi-generational living experience.


Blog Source: New Homes Guide | 3 Communities Designed for Multi-Generational Living


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