America Together Again: Multigenerational Living with Crockett’s Two-Family Homes
Today, more than 50 million Americans live in multigenerational, two-family households … this is a 10 percent increase from 2007, according to a Pew study. You have to go back to the 1940s to see these kinds of numbers, according to a New York Times report.
Take a tour of our Ultra R SIP Log Home “The Companion” – featuring two separate living areas. Want to see more of this home? View Companion Ultra-R energy efficient home floorplans and details.
Many families have discovered that the best way for grandparents, parents and kids to live together peacefully is to have separate living quarters. This option is best of both worlds: It is like having the privacy of two single family homes, but with just one mortgage payment.
For those families would love a home with room for multi-generations — with the style, warmth and beauty of a log or timber-framed home — Crockett has four standard models (featured below) in addition to custom design services.