Back > Home is Where the Heart is
Architecture, Art, Business, Real Estate

Home is Where the Heart is

Whether by necessity or choice, home is not just our place of comfort and relaxation. Home is now our office, our gym, our favorite restaurant, our date night and more homebuyers and owners have discovered that their next purchase or renovation needs to match and accommodate their new lifestyle of being at home more than ever. 

Privacy and Space: The work-at-home lifestyle, and the freedoms it provides, may take root beyond the current need to shelter at home. Without a work commute, vast and beautiful parts of Arizona that are far from major metropolitan areas are now possibilities for homebuyers seeking an upscale lifestyle. A whole new meaning to a high-end getaway.

Home Office: So long are the days where a home office could be your kitchen island, the dinner table or a desk in one of your guest bedrooms. With more options to work and learn remotely, a great home office is key. Homes that provide a functioning work environment with adequate spacing are a necessity.

Fitness Rooms: Health is wealth and your body is a temple. Arizona is known for its amazing outdoor scene to stay active and the ability to do so at home is on everyone’s mind. Home fitness includes indoor and outdoor amenities such as weight rooms, sports courts, dance and yoga rooms, putting greens and pools.

Indoor and Outdoor Entertainment: Plan your own staycation with a home that offers a home theatre, game room, kid’s playrooms, wine cellar and built-in bar. Don’t limit yourself indoors when you can experience outdoor living at it’s finest with cabanas and lounge areas, fire pits, private patios and balconies, an outdoor kitchen and dining areas. The true indoor-outdoor lifestyle all in one. 

Judy Smedes & Kate Herk – Long Realty

Home Spa: A day at the spa is one of life’s ultimate luxuries and now, unwinding has never been easier. For some, having a tranquil oasis anytime day or night is an essential feature in a home. Steam showers, built-in saunas, views from a bathtub with floor-to-ceiling windows and an abundance of natural light are key factors that will transport you to the spa. Don’t forget your favorite bathrobe, scented candles and facemask!

Previous Post Next Post

You Might Also Like

No Comments

Leave a Reply