Should I Build a New Home for Retirement

Should I Build a New Home for Retirement?

Why Building a New Home for Retirement Makes Sense Planning for life post-retirement is an opportunity to build a lifestyle that reflects your unique tastes and aspirations. And deciding how to spend your newly found free time opens up a world of possibilities. Another important consideration when transitioning into retirement is where you’re going to …

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Color Rendering of 228 W Woodbine Kirkwood, MO

Woodbine Forever Custom Home

Woodbine Forever Home Our clients lived hundreds of miles away from their children and grandchildren. With retirement behind them and more time to spend with their family, they knew it was the ideal time to downsize and make the move to be closer to those they cared about most. They found the perfect lot nestled …

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Modern Mountain Home in Woodland Hills, UT When the Hopkins Family decided to make the move west of the Rockies, they turned to Hibbs Homes to build their custom mountain retreat. We powered through the shutdowns and materials shortages 2020 and finished their home earlier this month. They purchased the perfect lot in Woodland Hills, …

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Universal Design Principles for Aging in Place

The Latest Developments in Home Design for Aging In Place

Designing Your Dream Home for Aging in Place Our team has had the pleasure of building dream homes of all sizes and styles over the last twenty years. We have seen a lot of design trends comes and go, but some have staying power – like Universal Home Design. We’ve seen a growing number of …

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Trends We Love: Multi-Generational & Homestead Living

When designing and building a custom home, it’s essential to plan for the future. Incorporating flexibility into your home design allows it to grow with your family as your needs change. Part of those changes may be caring for aging and elderly family members, which has become more and more common over the years. This …

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St. Louis Architect Fuses Universal Design & Green Home Building Practices

Architect Curtiss Byrne Designs High Performance Homes That Allow Owners To Age in Place St. Louis architect Curtiss Byrne graduated from Washington University with a Master’s degree in Architecture in 1992, and has been hard at work designing projects from small remodels to large custom homes since that time. Through his many years of hands-on …

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Custom Home at 2528 High School Dr Brentwood, MO Built by Hibbs Homes

Brentwood Custom Family Home

Jerremy and Danielle Strassner and their two kids were living in what they called their starter home in Shrewsbury, MO when they inherited a long-held family property. It was the home Jerremy’s father had grown up in and had been used as a rental property for a number of years. “We intended someday to demolish …

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Low Maintenance Home Building

Easy Living: Key Features for a Low Maintenance Home

You commute to work. You struggle to fit in workouts where you can. Your teenager is 30 hours into the science fair project that would never end. Our lives seem fuller than ever – and our hours more scarce. For that reason, we work with our clients to┬ábuild low maintenance homes – ones that will …

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