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Wide, Level Entry Walkways...

 
     
 

Full accessibility starts at the wide, flat parking apron with ample space to unload a wheelchair and maneuver it into position.

Visitors approach the house on the level 4'-0" wide walkway. No ramp or steps here, thanks to enlightened planning.

Arriving at the entrance door, a clear 5'-0" diameter wheelchair turnabout space permits an easy and uninhibited change of direction

From the car, through the house to the courtyard, patio, pool and return, nothing higher than 3/8" to cross.

That's accessibility!

 

House Entry WalkwayDesign and photo by James J. Pirkl, FIDSA

From the car to the house—in a wheelchair or not—no ramps, no stairs, no steps. Just a pleasant, wide and smooth welcoming path.




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