Why build a
LifeStage home?

Home design for all families

LifeStage Home Designs incorporate the ideals of universal design, meaning every home should be accessible, usable and welcoming to all people, regardless of age or ability. Our ready-to-build home plans are designed for all abilities, allowing you to live and age in place, share a home with multiple generations, or feel secure in your home’s resale value.

When you purchase one of our home plans, based on the principles of universal design, you will have a home with an open-concept floor plan that is free of barriers, welcoming to all people, and can truly be your forever home. Should your abilities or your family members’ abilities ever change, you won’t have to renovate or move out of your home. So settle in and get comfortable – because you can choose to live here as long as you’d like.

With a LifeStage design, you'll save money by planning ahead (avoiding major future renovations), and have a home that works for everyone (plenty of room without barriers). It’s a home design for all of us.

A well designed, accessible home can be purchased by any type of family. Build now for a home that will resell well later.

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1 Story Plans

1 Story Plans From $950

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2 Story Plans

2 Story Plans From $1209

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Multigenerational

Multigenerational From $1607

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What to Do When Mom Moves Back In
Universal Design

What to Do When Mom Moves Back In

Are you considering moving your parent or parents in with you? You’re not alone. There are plenty of reasons to want to have family together under one roof – but also plenty of reasons it can be challenging. A family that includes multiple generations needs a home that can handle a variety of ages and abilities – as well as the important needs for comfort, independence, and privacy.

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Universal Design

What to Do When Mom Moves Back In

Are you considering moving your parent or parents in with you? You’re not alone. There are plenty of reasons to want to have family together under one roof – but also plenty of reasons it can be challenging. A family that includes multiple generations needs a home that can handle a variety of ages and abilities – as well as the important needs for comfort, independence, and privacy.

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What to Do When Mom Moves Back In
Home Stories

See what our clients have to say.

"We found Mark at LifeStage to be the consummate professional: always willing to listen and help us to create our vision for the house. This has been a challenging project as we are creating a separate dedicated space for a family member with special needs and another space for an elderly parent. Mark has been with us every step of the way. He has been a joy to work with, talented, personable, willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done."

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Home Stories

See what our clients have to say.

"We found Mark at LifeStage to be the consummate professional: always willing to listen and help us to create our vision for the house. This has been a challenging project as we are creating a separate dedicated space for a family member with special needs and another space for an elderly parent. Mark has been with us every step of the way. He has been a joy to work with, talented, personable, willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done."

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Let’s discuss your forever home.

If you’re ready to buy a house plan or are just starting to research universal design options, we’re happy to answer your questions. Our design experts can help you choose a home plan that suits your needs – for accessibility, aging in place, multigenerational living or long-term investment.

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