February 28, 2024

For many people, a multigenerational home is just the home they already live in. At some point or another, many families across three (or even more) generations choose to live together for any number of reasons. And, in many parts of the world, it’s incredibly common to do so. 

This often takes place in a separate dwelling on the same house plot – sometimes called secondary suites, in-law apartments, casitas or affectionately-nicknamed granny annexes. Yet, a single house can function perfectly with multiple generations living under one roof. 

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