3859 21st Avenue S. Saint Cloud, MN 56301 is a fully accessible patio home in move-in condition and ready for you.
This well-appointed patio home has multiple accessible features. Such as the ceiling lift, the roll-under kitchen and bathroom sinks, a roll-in shower, accessible doorways, and more! If you are a person who has a mobility disability or who loves someone who uses a wheelchair, you might have just found your perfect new accessible home.
Accessible Home Overview
This fully accessible home for sale is well cared for with a contemporary style. Internet assistive system controls and other assistive technologies are featured in this move-in ready accessible home. Tasteful and attractive inside and out with great curb appeal. Nicely landscaped yard with in-ground irrigation system, large patio, and covered front entry.
Open design with vaulted ceiling for an open aerie feels in the main living space with an office/den/flex room accessing the walkout patio door. The kitchen is thoughtfully designed with accessible features. The primary suite is fully accessible. This home is clean and is move-in ready for you and your loved ones.
Accessible Home Featured Details
Fully Accessible Patio Home Kitchen
The thoughtfully designed kitchen is as you would expect in this home fully accessible. The center island in the kitchen is quite nice with great cabinet space for lots of easy access storage and plenty of counter space.
The major adaptations necessary to remove barriers for people with disabilities or age-related concerns have all been completed.
This is a highly functional kitchen for persons with an ambulatory disability. The kitchen has pull-outs and a roll-under sink to aid in making food preparation. The newer appliances are stainless steel and the flooring throughout is Lifeproof.
Accessible Home Flooring
Not all solid flooring is created equal. If you use an electric wheelchair you want to be sure you have an appropriate and sturdy solid floor. One with a proven track record of holding up to your life in your home. You want flooring that will hold up to the everyday use of your electric wheelchair.
Here is a quick guide as to what to look for:
- Slip resistance: Adequate traction so the wheels can get a firm grip on the floor a light texture is often used. Especially in the bathroom.
- Firmness & Durability: The floor shouldn’t dent or compress under the weight of a wheelchair.
- Stability: The floor should be bonded to the subfloor, without the risk of sliding, detaching, or folding over on itself as a wheelchair moves over it.
- Smoothness: While the floor does need some texture, it can be too bumpy, think Cobblestone. (source)
This move-in ready accessible home features LifeProof flooring. It meets these standards in the above guide and it is throughout this home.
Fully Accessible Primary Suite
The fully accessible primary bedroom features a ceiling lift, and doorways wide enough for an electric wheelchair. This bedroom is specifically set up to accommodate persons with an ambulatory disability. The closet, with large double doors, is also fully accessible.
The ensuite bathroom has a roll-in shower with tile going up to the ceiling and an ADA handheld shower head fixture. Grab bars and a tall toilet are also present in the en suite bathroom. Plus there is a roll-under bathroom faucet sink.
Following accessibility best practices, even the doors are outfitted with ADA compliant handles.
Fully Accessible Home Ready for You
In addition to all the accessibility features this is a wonderful home and has something to offer everyone. It is in a very nice location. The lot has been beautifully maintained, there is a basketball hoop next to the front drive which is a flat surface perfect for a game. There is also a large patio in the back perfect for cookouts and gatherings.
This patio home also features a main-floor laundry, six-panel doors, plus an ample second bedroom. In addition, there is a flex room that is currently being used as an office but could also be a sunroom or family room. The attached 3-car garage is fantastic with a 12×10 bump out for shop or storage. In-floor heat throughout the home plus forced air. The property is a Blind/Disabled Homestead so the taxes may change.
If you are needing an accessible home you owe it to yourself to make an appointment to check this one out today. This home is move-in ready. Come by and see for yourself and skip making those adaptations to your current residence.
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