Sedona single level homes appeal to a variety of people. Families with children might like the idea of having everyone on the same level of the house. Older adults may prefer a single level house and avoid the bother of stairs. A single-level home will typically have lower heating and cooling costs compared to a two-story house. They’re also easier to maintain. You don’t have to carry heavy cleaning tools upstairs and downstairs. If you decide to power wash the exterior, there’s only one level--no ladders required.
Choosing a Sedona single level home does not mean you have to sacrifice any other feature you might want. There are one-story houses in every neighborhood. In fact, they are quite popular in Sedona. You’ll find adorable and affordable bungalows and condos. There are lots of single-family homes with three or four bedrooms. You can also choose from magnificent estate-style homes.
Architecturally, there’s lots of variety among one-story homes. Contemporary Southwest, modern, and Mediterranean styles are all represented. Many houses have gorgeous views of Sedona’s famous red rock formations. If you want lots of land or stables for horses, you can find homes to suit your needs. Single-story homes border national forest land. Gated communities have many examples. Those who want to be closer to town will find plenty of one-story house choices.
For those interested in income property, Sedona single level homes can be a great choice. Sometimes these houses will have a separate wing for guests or a casita on the property. For some people, opting for a two-story house ends up making sense. There are many that have a spacious main level and then a finished basement for guests or renters. For other people, a ground floor master bedroom is the most important thing, and they are able to be flexible on single-story or two-story homes.