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LightHouse LivingHome Series

Layout

1 Bed | 1 Bath

Size

480 sq. ft.

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Architect:
Alchemy Architects

The lightHouse LivingHome series is an innovative line of accessory dwelling units (ADUs) that celebrate "the luxury of less" in five ultra-efficient sizes. Thirteen floor plan variations ensure that you can achieve your ideal living space, siting, and view on just about any property. Renderings show the “large” and "2X" sizes.

The line was inspired by Alchemy’s weeHouse®, reflecting fifteen years of design thinking around small-space living. Configurations range from a compact studio to a one-bedroom unit atop a two-car garage, accommodating a variety of uses. Thoughtful details, like included laundry and flexible storage spaces, and window nooks that double as seating and guest sleeping areas, provide utility where it matters most. Carefully-crafted finish options ensure that the units can blend in with their surroundings (or stand out, if you prefer) and adapt to different climates.

Like all LivingHomes, the lightHouse series is designed to meet net-zero standards and ships complete with best-in-class smart home technology and energy monitoring. As a beacon for sustainable living, lightHouse LivingHomes provide the perfect solution for retirement downsizing, vacation cabins, guest houses, home offices, or rental units.

Bedrooms

1

Bathrooms

1

Floor Area

480 sq. ft.

LivingHome Cost

Starting from $199,999 for the "Large" size

Hard Cost Estimate

Starting from $299,999 for the "Large" size

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Designer

Alchemy Architects

Alchemy Architects is a Minnesota-based architectural design studio dedicated to making stimulating, engaging, and efficient design more accessible. Founded by Geoffrey Warner, AIA, the team partners closely with both clients and carefully-selected builders to ensure a harmonious relationship between site, building, and community. Their award-winning work embraces “the luxury of less;” an architecture of restraint, and an efficient, but celebratory, use of resources and materials.

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