Empty nesters today have a far, far different housing story than their parents’ tale. Right-sizing options are all over the map: get a smaller home, get a bigger home, sell the family homestead, keep your city place as efficient as possible. Empty nesters are building a huge custom home next door to me. And I recently heard of a couple who built a 10,000-square-foot retirement home at age 90, with only one bedroom, in Idaho as a retirement villa. When they were building, they had one request of their builder: just finish it before we die.
In fact, many empty nesters build vacation homes to become full-time homes after retirement. No matter what they want, empty nesters will find a host of right-sizing perfection in Flower Mound’s new Orchard Flower neighborhood, a gated community built for the active adult 55-plus lifestyle with snazzy style but comfort as an inherent design.
Grenadier Homes, the folks who are sprucing up Midway Hollow and other Dallas communities with their innovative one-story floor plans and easy living/universal designs, will premiere two luxury patio home models in the Orchard Flower community this week, Thursday, May 19, from 4pm until 7pm, at 1955 Virburnum Drive, Flower Mound, TX (75028).