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R-Anell Homes understands the principle that the present and future of systems built homes must be prepared to address the needs and/or desires of our population to potentially remain in their home long term, with the potential of on-site additions in some cases. The population will have significant growth between the years 2010 and 2030 as the “baby boom” generation reaches age 65 causing a larger portion of the population to be of an age that would not be as inclined to move to another home if their current home met their needs. It is important to note the Projections of Population by Age taken from the January 2004 Census Internet Release: “By 2030 there will be about 71.5 million older persons, more than twice their number in 2000. People 65+ represented 12.4 percent of the population in the year 2000, but are expected to grow to be 20 percent of the population by 2030. The 85+ population is projected to increase from 4.6 million to 9.6 million in 2030.” Further, the Statistical Report of the President’s Committee on the Employment of People with Disabilities has indicated that 1 in 5 Americans has a disability, or nearly 20 percent of the population. On top of that the immigrant population is forecast to increase significantly. Another group that is prone to live in their home longer than our national average of 7 years With those thoughts in mind and these facts before us: Let us present you with your “Last” home. We wish you a wonderful stay.

Introducing R-Anell’s “Forever” Design R-Anell’s “Forever” design is a concept that incorporates components and general design layouts into residences in order to make the home usable by a wide range of home buyers thinking about longer term livability requirements. It also allows a home owner to modify the home to respond to changing physical needs with a minimal remodeling effort.

R-Anell’s “Forever” Design Construction and Optional Opportunities Introducing “Forever” Design: Our “Forever” design is a concept that incorporates components, and general design layouts into residences in order to: • Make the residence usable by a wide range of home buyers thinking about longer term livability requirements • Allows a home owner to modify the home to respond to changing physical needs with a minimal remodeling effort • Improve marketability of the home R-Anell’s Standard Construction Methods that Meet Universal Design Principles Main living area on first floor, including full bath Most homes have a minimum of one bedroom on the main level All rooms including primary closets are well lit Low maintenance exterior and interior finishes Windows allow plenty of natural light 36” or less egress window sill height No steps between rooms/areas on the main level Flush transitions in main level between floor surfaces ½ inch or less 48” to center light switch installation 18” to center off floor electrical receptacle installation Bath lavatory sink bowls centered in either the 30” or 48” dimension Master Bath Vanity cabinets 36” in height (exclude Legends and Ashland Creek) Wireless doorbells in accessible locations (Optional) Maximum threshold rise of 1-1/4” Available counter space for dishes and kitchenware on each side of appliances Base cabinets with roll out trays/drawers and lazy Susan (Some Optional) Adjustable shelves in cabinetry Easy to read appliance controls Opt. Side-by-side refrigerator/freezer Electric cook top with level burners for safety in transferring between the burners, safety light to indicate when surface is hot Energy efficient 2 x 6 exterior wall framing Energy efficient Low-E glass windows 36” Interior doors where possible (exclusive to Forever Collection—Optional on others)

R-Anell’s Option Selections Meeting Universal Design Principles Universally designed bathroom located on the main level to include: Lavatories that have a 30” x 48” clear floor space free from all wall projections. The main functional area will have a 5’ by 5’ turning space Toilets will be centered a minimum of 18” from any corner wall, base cabinet or fixture The lavatory sink bowl will be centered in either the 30” or 48” dimension Mirrors will be installed flush to backsplash Wall reinforcement installation blocks located 33” to 36” above finished floor will be installed at the toilet, tub and/or shower in a manner to accommodate properly anchored and supported future grab bars Americans with Disability Act (ADA) compliant reinforced tubs will be installed. Walk-in Tubs Single levered faucets on all bath fixtures Anti scald device on tub/shower fresh water diverter values Off set tub/shower fresh water controls Lavatory cabinet will be designed at 32” high and designed to “roll under” Curbless roll in shower can be installed 5' x 5' clear/turn space in living area, kitchen, MBR bedroom and MBR bathroom 44” wide hallways 42” wide stair stringers with a handrail on each side of wall Closet rods, shelves from 30” to 66” Interior doors: including all bedroom doors and MBR bath closet doors minimum 32” clear span Casement windows of a minimum 36” width Levered interior and/or exterior door hardware Single lever pressure balanced bath faucets and kitchen faucet (kitchen Faucet will have a pull out spray head) Overhead cabinets mounted 51” to the bottom (excludes pantry/oven cabinets which will be 3“ higher) Loop handles Pull down shelves Glass front cabinet doors Door-less cabinets Adaptable “roll under” base cabinetry Variable kitchen sink base cabinet and counter top height selections at 32” or 36” Counter top level micro wave oven Under over head cabinetry task lights Wall oven Kitchen 30" x 48" clear space at appliances or 60" diameter clear space for turns Door entry MBR bath tub MBR bath shower stall light Entry door with sidelight and sensor light assembly Rocker type wall switches Efficiency apartment room and/or additional modules designed to provide a multi purpose flex room and/or additional module selections with a full bath usable for nursery, home office, or to accommodate an aging parent, home bound individual or future Caregiver.

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R-Anell Housing Group, LLC. 235 Anthony Grove Road Crouse, NC 28033 704-445-9610 1-800-951-5511

R-Anell Homes Forever Living Collection  

Modular homes for longer term livability.