These accessible house plans address present and future needs. Perhaps you foresee mobility issues. You’ll want a home in which you can live for decades. Accommodations may include a full bath on the main floor with “grab bars” by the toilet and tub for added steadiness and safety. One-story designs are popular for those who don’t want to navigate stairs in future years. Doorways can be wider than standard, to accommodate walkers and wheelchairs. A bathroom can include a roll-in shower and enough space for a wheelchair to turn around. Kitchen cabinets can be built at a suitable height for wheelchair access. The floor plans can also show a handy ramp in front of the home or in the garage.