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Tour of the Completed Interior of an Affordable Home
Project: Manhattan Remodel and Cape Cod Affordable, Episode 4, Part 4
- Part 1: Discussing Falmouth's Model for Affordable Housing
- Part 2: Tour of an Affordable Home
- Part 3: Landscaping in the Falmouth Affordable House Development and Finished Interior of a Single Family Home
- Part 4: Tour of the Completed Interior of an Affordable Home
- Bob and Join Druley continue their tour of the finished model built by Quaker Homes in Falmouth, Massachusetts. Druley gives Bob a sense of the finishes and options that will be standard in the affordable homes currently under construction. The half bath and laundry room is a generous space located next to the master bedroom. The master bedroom is 16-by-13 feet with a small walk-in closet and a large seven-foot closet. The master bath is spacious and accessible for a wheelchair or a walker. The owner used the cabinet and fixture allowance to select a single-bowl sink, white cabinets, laminate vanity counter, and a five-foot accessible shower with seats.
At the same time, Bob works with a Cape Cod developer to apply Massachusetts land use statute 40B to create affordable housing, and a neighborhood of homes in Mashpee, MA. These Energy Star certified homes show how quality building practices and reasonable asking prices can work together to provide livable, affordable homes and neighborhoods to those who work in our communities.
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