Single Story Homes For Sale

There are several reasons why buying a single-story home for sale might be a smart choice. Firstly, single-story homes are typically more accessible and easier to navigate, particularly for older adults or those with mobility issues. Additionally, they can be safer in case of emergencies such as fires, as there is only one level to evacuate from. Single-story homes can also be more energy-efficient, as they require less heating and cooling than multi-level homes. They are often more affordable to maintain and repair, as well, as there are no stairs to repair or replace. Overall, a single-story home may offer a comfortable and convenient living space for you and your family.

Single Story Homes July 25, 2024
4244
Listed
60
Avg. DOM
$253.56
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$419,966
Med. List Price
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Why are single story homes better?

Single story homes move less. Let me explain, a home will 'settle' or 'move' as it ages and when the ground it sits on has an increase or decrease in moisture content. This is why Texas has so many foundation problems. We tend to build two story homes, due to the high cost of land. A single story home also requires bigger foundations and bigger roofs. These all add up to costing more per square foot to build. Builders like high profit margins and low costs. So now you know...

The Top 7 Reasons To Purchase A One Story Home:

  1. Accessibility: Single-story homes are more accessible, particularly for older adults or those with mobility issues. There are no stairs to navigate, making it easier to move around and live independently.

  2. Safety: In case of emergencies such as fires, single-story homes can be safer as there is only one level to evacuate from.

  3. Energy Efficiency: Single-story homes can be more energy-efficient, as they require less heating and cooling than multi-level homes. This can lead to lower energy bills and a reduced carbon footprint.

  4. Maintenance: Single-story homes are often more affordable to maintain and repair. There are no stairs to repair or replace, which can save you time and money.

  5. Noise: Single-story homes can be quieter, as there is no noise from people walking around on a second floor. This can make for a more peaceful living environment.

  6. Privacy: With a single-story home, you don't have to worry about neighbors looking down into your yard or windows. This can provide more privacy and security.

  7. Future-proofing: As you age or your mobility changes, a single-story home can be easier to modify or adapt to your needs, such as installing grab bars or widening doorways.