Eskaton Livable Design Seal Awarded to The Cannery

by Shea Homes Northern California on October 28, 2015

Livable Design Approval

We are proud to announce that Persimmon and Tilton Shea Homes communities at The Cannery in Davis, CA, have achieved the Livable Design Seal of Approval. Livable Design is a division of Eskaton, and all Livable Design homes are built with key elements that make them inclusive, flexible, functional and convenient for all generations. The Seal of Approval signifies that each home has been thoughtfully designed with beautifully integrated features that will enhance livability through convenience and flexibility. As a resident of Persimmon or Tilton at The Cannery, you will enjoy functional home design elements that make everyday living easier, a home that welcomes all of your friends and family regardless of age or ability, and a home that is flexible to adapt to fit your lifestyle today and into the future.  Livable Design’s forward-thinking concept in home building beautifully integrates long lasting functionality for your ever changing lifestyle. All Shea floor plans at The Cannery include a large number of Livable features including the following:

ACCESSORIES

  • Pull-out spray faucet at kitchen sink
  • Lever style handles on all faucets
  • Lever style handles on all doors
  • Raised, comfort-height toilets
  • Remote controlled automatic garage door opener

Tilton Plan 2 Kitchen

CONVENIENCE

  • Full height pantry storage with pull out drawers or shelving at bottom 2 shelves
  • Wider doors and hallways and extra circulation space in key areas throughout the home
  • Drawer-style or pull-out shelving in kitchen base cabinets
  • Extra power outlets provided throughout the home
  • Pull out cutting boards provided in the kitchen as an alternate-height work surface
  • HVAC air filter placed at an easy-to-reach height

SAFETY & SECURITY

  • Overhead protection from weather provided at all entries
  • Residential fire sprinkler system installed throughout the home
  • Slip resistant flooring in bathrooms
  • Reinforcement included behind the walls in all bathrooms for future installation of supportive features

EASY TO ACCESS

  • Stepless entry provided at the garage with ample circulation and easy approach
  • Garbage disposal switch provided at an easy-to reach location
  • Oven installed at a higher, more convenient position
  • At least one light switch and electrical outlet in kitchen at an easily reachable height
  • Lowered, low effort light switches throughout home
  • Raised outlets throughout home
  • Easily reachable towel bars, which are reinforced and rated for falls

Persimmon Plan 1 Master Bath

ILLUMINATION

  • Switched overhead lighting in all common areas and hallways
  • Under cabinet lighting in kitchen

STAIRWAYS

  • Electric power outlets installed at top and base of stairwell
  • Wider stairways with ample lighting provided 

Livable Design’s forward-thinking concept in home building beautifully integrates long lasting functionality for your ever changing lifestyle. The Seal of Approval signifies that each home has been thoughtfully designed with beautifully integrated features that will enhance livability through convenience and flexibility. Each Livable Design home integrates core guidelines that impact key areas of the home, including the entry, bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchen, and the overall clearances and circulation. In addition, to the core guidelines, we have added 22 extra features to all Shea Homes at The Cannery. Life truly does grow naturally at The Cannery. View the full photo album of these gorgeous new Shea Homes online, then call (866) 696-7432 to schedule your visit today! Also, to explore additional homes in Northern California, learn more about our other Shea Homes offerings throughout the Bay Area.

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Dakwerken October 30, 2015 at 10:17 pm

Hearty Congratulations! The award is a testament to the creativity and passion you have put into your products. Hope you receive many such accolades in the near future. 🙂

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