Judy Richter wrote a great article for the San Francisco Chronicle’s Home and Garden section today on how three generations of a family in Fairfield, California pooled their resources to build a family “compound”.
In planning the house, “we saw it as a marriage of families” and a way “to be there for Mom and Dad,” Steve Lavell said. “This isn’t an experiment. We’re going to make it work.”
George Curry agreed. “No matter what happens, we can work it out. It’s a more impressive family than it is an impressive house.”
Wouldn’t it be great if we could all end our days living with our family just down the hall?