1960's bungalow-Renovated for accessibility in 1996.
The ramp is built so there is a landing and switch back to alleviate either too long, or too steep of a ramp.
The wood deck is great for family entertaining, and looks out over the backyard.
This ramp is used for access to the backyard.
Side deck access.
The side ramp leads from the sidewalk. This entrance is used as the main entrance.
The home renovators have made great use of limited space by incorporating a bath bench, adjustable height shower, and pedestal sink. Flooring is hardwood, and as it is throughout the house there is no transition.
Hardwood and space make for great accessibility.
Adjustable massage bed is great for achy muscles and good positioning.
The dining room features a Harvest table, which is great for accessibility. Large, low windows offer a great view, and lots of natural light.
Keyless entry is an added accessibility feature.
This kitchen works great for everyone in the home. The sink is slightly lower than the other counters for reaching purposes, and there is a lot of storage, both low and high.
There is a large counter with open space underneath, and a slight cutout under the stove.
A Lazy Susan makes items at the back of a deep cupboard easy to get at.
The open living room provides a lot of space for maneuverability. Hardwood floors offer easy wheeling, and leather furniture helps make transfers easier.
The telephone and security system are set at a height that is accessible for the homeowner.