Mother In Law, Multigen, and Guest Suite New Homes
Architects use several key terms to describe single family home plans designed to accommodate multigenerational living: in law suite plans, mother in law suite plans, multigen homes, guest suite plans, two master plans, and dual living plans.
Multigen homes can include private areas for independent living such as small kitchenettes, private bathrooms, multiple living areas or sitting rooms, and private entrances.
What's the difference between house plans with two master bedrooms versus a guest suite? Size. Most often, a second master suite will include an en suite bathroom, large bedroom, private sitting room or alcove area, and walk in closet. A guest suite may or may not have a private bathroom - sometimes the suite shares a hallway bathroom called a "buddy bath" with two entrances (one from the bedroom and one from the hallway).
Get ideas for mother in law and guest suite homes, in these photo galleries, below.
Accessible MIL Suite Photo Gallery
This MIL suite has a separate entrance, private living room, and wheelchair accessible bath with zero threshold shower and roll-under vanity. See the rest of this home, a version of the Greenhaven, in a photo gallery here. Request custom home pricing information, here.