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Multigenerational Living Part of Fox Hill’s Many Offerings

Denver, CO September 11, 2018 – Fox Hill, a custom home development located in Douglas County, is part of the growing movement towards multigenerational living.

According to a report from the Pew Research Center, a record 64 million people, or 20% of the U.S. population, lived with multiple generations under one roof in 2016.[1] A 2016 article from the New York Times noted the economic benefits, including cross-generational care; grandparents and older relatives tending to children and younger relatives caring for elderly family members.[2]

At Fox Hill, homes are designed to make multigenerational or multifamily living as comfortable and elegant as possible. Features such as private outdoor entrances, individual kitchens and personal washer and dryer units all enhance the ability to create a retreatbetween the main home and the independent household. However, the main floor plan and exterior of the home are designed to create harmony and aesthetic balance.

“We see this as one of the biggest areas of growth in real estate,” said Paige McLaughlin, one of the two agents for the property, along with her husband Doug, through their company Mile High Living, part of the RE/MAX Alliance. “It’s clear that more and more families are interested in multigenerational living both for personal and economic reasons. At Fox Hill, we offer beautiful custom-built homes to meet these needs.”

The development at Fox Hill will also offera fully sustainable farm and recreational activities to interest all generations. Pumpkin patches, flower gardens, apple orchards and more are planned for the development, ensuring that all ages will be able to adopt a sustainable and authentic farm-to-table lifestyle.

Fox Hill offers a unique opportunity for familiestodesign their custom multigenerational home in a development rooted in the values and beauty of farm life. Potential residents are encouraged to visit the original farmhouse located at 2742 Flintwood Road, Franktown, CO 80116 to view design plans and learn about life at Fox Hill.

More information about Fox Hill can be found by visiting liveinfoxhill.com.

[1] http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2018/04/05/a-record-64-million-americans-live-in-multigenerational-households/

[2]https://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/12/your-money/multigenerational-households-financial-advice.html