Is that what you said to yourself when you spotted a picture of this house while flipping through this month’s AARP Magazine?
If you were wondering why it looked familiar it’s probably because you saw it in our Idea Center. It’s the universal-lifespan designed Baldwin House and it’s owner/architect Emory Baldwin won the 2009 Livable Communities Award for being best in class for Architect/Home Design.
These awards are given out by AARP and the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) “to recognize forward-looking builders, developers, and architects who make residential living more comfortable for people of all backgrounds and abilities.”
Other winners are:
North Morningside Craftsman
Builder, More than 2,500 square feet