A cornerstone transition home is a home that includes features of both homes in one location. The home contains both the traditional and contemporary look of one of those homes located on an upper level while also being close enough to an upper class neighborhood so the neighbors do not have to hear what you are talking about. A cornerstone transition home has an open floor plan with room to move in and out. This is important because if you are moving in next to someone who does not want to move in with you because you are “loud” it can be difficult to be heard and it can take all of your energy away from what you are trying to do.
There are some things to consider when choosing a cornerstone transition home. You should think about how you would like your living area to look. If you are a family then you will probably want more space especially with children. Some people are very private and do not mind sharing their living space with their neighbors but if you are like most people you will want more privacy. The same applies to living alone. You want space but you don’t want it to be shared by your neighbors.
If you are looking for a cornerstone transition home to go with your RV then you may want to choose a place that is closer to an RV park. This is another good reason to have more space in your living area. In a park you will not have to share with people. You also can choose to go with a house with a backyard. Many people choose to live in these homes because they have a smaller footprint. Many of the houses in this type of neighborhood have a deck on the side or at the back so that your family can sit around while eating lunch. Living in the park and having a larger deck to enjoy is a great way to enjoy both living areas in one convenient location.