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Accessible design has evolved to become user-friendly, safe — and beautiful

  • August 31, 2020
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Accessible design has evolved to become user-friendly, safe — and beautiful

For Julia Dorsett, looking at properties for sale is a fun hobby. When she saw an 18th-century stone farmhouse listed in Chester County, she instantly fell in love with the 3½-acre wooded property. The home, situated on a hill, has large picturesque windows with stunning views of a big rolling lawn.

Though she initially couldn’t imagine a three-story farmhouse giving her the accessibility needed to accommodate her wheelchair, she brought in an architect with the hope that she could install an elevator.

Read more here about how Julia Dorsett transformed this farmhouse into the home of her dreams.

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