Reasons Paired Home Communities are Great
The Highline East at Dayton Triangle is Montano Homes newest community. It features paired homes with private yards and a whole host of exclusive amenities. There are a lot of different styles of homes and communities from single family to condo. If you are at a loss for what a paired home even is or what makes it special, allow us to shed some light.
A paired home community is a residential neighborhood where two or more homes are attached, typically sharing a wall. Living in a paired home community has several benefits, which make it an appealing option for many people.
One of the main benefits of living in a paired home community is the sense of community that it fosters. Because the homes are attached, residents tend to be closer to one another and more likely to interact on a regular basis. This can lead to a greater sense of belonging and social support, which can be particularly important for individuals who are new to the area or who are looking for a stronger sense of connection with their neighbors.
Another benefit of living in a paired home community is the potential for cost savings. Because the homes are attached, they often share common walls, roofs, and other infrastructure. This can reduce the cost of maintenance and repairs, which can translate into lower monthly expenses for residents. Additionally, paired homes tend to be more energy-efficient than standalone homes, as they share insulation and other energy-saving features.
Paired home communities also often offer a number of amenities and services that are not available in standalone homes. For example, many paired home communities have shared spaces, such as gardens, parks, or playgrounds, which can be enjoyed by all residents. Additionally, some paired home communities offer services such as lawn care, snow removal, and garbage pickup, which can make life more convenient for residents.
For those who value privacy, living in a paired home community may seem like a disadvantage. However, many paired homes are designed with privacy in mind. For example, each home may have a private entrance and a private outdoor space, such as a patio or a balcony. Additionally, paired homes often have soundproofing and other features that help to minimize noise and disturbance from neighbors.
Finally, living in a paired home community can offer a few lifestyle benefits. For example, because paired homes tend to be smaller than standalone homes, they may be easier to maintain and clean. This can leave residents with more time and energy to pursue their hobbies and interests. Additionally, living in a paired home community can provide a sense of security, as neighbors are often more likely to keep an eye out for one another and report any suspicious activity to authorities.
If you are interested to see what paired home living is all about, give us a call! We would love to show you around our latest community.
By Montano Homes | 3-23-2023