Living Under One Roof #ilovelennar #underoneroof

This post is sponsored by Lennar, the leading builder of quality new homes across the nation. At Lennar- Everything's Included, offering the best value at an incredible price. Their homes demonstrate customer commitment by showcasing outstanding new construction and homebuilding excellence. Lennar asked me to share with you ideas about their Next Gen homes.

Building a new home is a decision filled process. The number of things that you have to decide is astronomical. But it all starts with deciding the type of home you would like.

When my husband and I first got married, we lived in a house together with my husband's parents. They were older and needed care so we all got a three bedroom house together so we could help them when needed.

Did you know that this is a growing trend now in America? More and more families are starting to live together under one roof so that's why Lennar as started building their Next Gen homes which is a home within a home.

So what exactly is a home within a home? Well, if you've ever had to live with relatives or anyone for that matter for a long period of time, you'll completely understand. The Next Gen homes have a regular house for the main family to live in, and then they also have a suite for the second family. The Next Gen suite has a separate entrance, living and kitchen area, a garage, a place for their washer and dryer plus a separate outdoor living space. But this is all inside the main house so even though both families have their space, they can still just walk across the house to see each other. What a genius idea for multigenerational families!

If the Next Gen homes had been available when we first got married, I would have gotten one hands down. I think that these are the perfect way to have grandma and grandpa move in without feeling crowded or uncomfortable.

Have you ever lived in a multigenerational home or do you now?

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Lennar Homes. The opinions and text are all mine.