What does a low maintenance, lock-and-go lifestyle mean? For our EYA homeowners, it means having more time to do the things you love. If you dream of being able to walk out your door to shops, restaurants and entertainment, doing less yard work and having less home maintenance, then discover how living in a lock-and-go home could transform your life.
Watch this video to hear from EYA homeowners about what a lock-and-go lifestyle means to them.
If you are considering an elevator townhome, you may have questions such as what are the benefits of an in-home elevator and what type of maintenance is needed. In this brand new guide, we'll walk you through frequently asked questions and provide a Q&A with industry professionals. Plus, you can hear directly from EYA homeowners about why having an in-home elevator is important to them. Click here to view the guide.
As we welcome a New Year at the stroke of midnight on December 31st, many of us see the calendar starting again as a chance to instill our own new beginnings. An annual time to reassess and realign our goals, it’s also a chance to recharge, reset, and reflect on our habits, mindsets, and lifestyle. At the heart of most resolutions lists is a hope to find an overall healthier and happier lifestyle. Often this can be achieved by incorporating and practicing wellness in our daily lives. Hygge (pronounced hue-gah), a Danish inspired design trend, aims to do just that. This 18th century concept focuses on enjoying life’s simplest pleasures through contentment, warmth, and togetherness.
When searching for a new home, many factors influence where and how you want to live—from location and price, to choosing the features that are important to you now, and in the future. One feature that can truly transform a home and elevate your lifestyle (pun intended!) is an in-home private elevator, offering added convenience, safety, and more years to enjoy your home. Watch the video below to hear EYA homeowners explain why an in-home elevator is important for them and learn more about the benefits this feature can offer.
People who are exploring a new place to live often focus on tangible, measurable considerations: The size of their desired home and the cost of their rent or mortgage; the school choices for their children; or the availability of particular amenities like Metro access. That makes sense, of course, since these factors are often non-negotiable items that affect our bottom line. A far less tangible factor that’s just as important for wellbeing and happiness is the community we become part of: The people we see every day or even a few times a month, the shops and restaurants we regularly frequent, and the essential workers who keep our neighborhoods safe and running smoothly.