This condo complex was built recently, with the specific unit tailored for individual needs.
The back deck is shaded by the floor above, and looks out over the common green area.
shared green space is made accessible by walking paths.
The main bathroom features a ceiling track lift which enables the homeowner safe transfers into the tub.
As this is the main bathroom, not the master, the sink is not accessible underneath, opting instead for extra storage.
The large shower in the master bathroom has a shower bench attached into it. There is a slight lip to get into the shower, but it isn't an issue for the homeowner.
The grab bar helps to assist with safe transfers. Non slip tile lines the bathroom floor.
Hardwood runs throughout the home, and the adjustable bed is great for transfers and positioning.
The bedroom is attached to the master bath via a wheel through closet.
The dining room is attached to the living room, and is overlooked by the kitchen.
Accessible power doors are optimal for entrance into the complex.
Impressive foyer area for waiting guests.
Underground parking is an excellent option for avoiding winter snow drifts or summer rain storms.
The lip at the entrance for the back patio was too deep, As a solution, a portable wedge ramp was constructed.
The condo owner has a mailbox along the bottom row. No need for outdoor trips to collect the mail.
This accessible kitchen offers many pullouts for added accessibility. Pullout cutting boards give added workspace, as well as a place to set hot or heavy items. Pull out shelves on upper cupboards help to create added accessible storage.
The cutout underneath the countertop stove is popular when creating access in the kitchen.
Countertops at two different levels make workspace comfortable for those sitting, or for others who are standing.
The wall mount oven is necessary for the homeowner's ability to work in the kitchen. The side opening door, and pull out cutting board underneath work great for removing and placing hot items. The pull out cupboard shelves to the left of the oven offer an added workspace for a kitchen appliance. The electrical outlet is inside the cupboard.
Having the microwave built into the cupboard space gives added countertop space for working at, and is at a good height.
This wheel in pantry makes up for any lack of storage space created by accessibility options.
The laundry room has laminate flooring, side by side front load washer and dryer, and a storage closet.
Living room with hardwood floors.
Leather armchair reclines automatically with the touch of a button.
The desk is smaller than many, but works well for access for the homeowner. The large chest encases a Murphy bed, which folds up when not in use, creating extra space.
The complex contains a multi-function room which can be reserved for family functions.
The multi-function room contains a kitchen, and is accessible by elevator.