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Both inside and outside the house, children need to be safe. So, you must do the right planning when you buy a house. Parents should not only make sure that their homes have kids-friendly design features, but they should also look into kids-friendly housing societies, which are common in India’s metro cities.
If you live in a nuclear family, it’s especially helpful to live in a place that’s good for kids. In these kinds of communities, there are many places for children to have fun and learn. A play area for kids is now a standard feature, but some projects are adding extras like a clubhouse with a theme, a separate swimming pool, and educational adventure parks. Creating a home for kids, on the other hand, is mostly about making sure the child is safe.
Who should choose a project that is kids friendly?
Societies that are good for children are a must for young parents who work and live in nuclear families. If you want to live life to the fullest but don’t have the facilities or time to do so, you should think about projects that meet the needs of children. These rooms are made to have a personal touch and to be safe and interesting for both parents and children.
Even though these homes are good for parents with kids up to 15 years old, these projects are good for people of all ages. Teenagers and adults can also find amenities to meet their needs for fun and hobbies, as well as places to develop their skills in sports or school.
What makes the project kids friendly?
Before you decide on a property, you should look at what the community has to offer. Not every feature means that a project is geared toward kids. These days, builders add a variety of amenities to a project to make it more appealing to homebuyers. It is up to the buyers to tell the difference between a regular project and one with a child theme.
First, the inside of kids-friendly homes needs to be designed with the safety of children in mind by making the environment “nerdier.” All potentially hazardous areas should be outfitted with safety features like child safety switches, high grills on balconies and terraces, night lights, and guards to prevent injuries.
The project must also include cameras and alarms at the entrances and exits of the community and security that works around the clock.
World-class amenities like sports clubs, learning hubs, and extracurricular activity centres help children learn to work as a team and grow intellectually. Outside of school hours, there needs to be a reliable team of trained coaches, teachers, and instructors who can help parents help their children grow in all areas.
Society needs to hold anti-drug or anti-alcohol campaigns and workshops (or any other educational campaigns) on a regular basis to get people to live in an eco-friendlier way both every day and during the holidays.
Also, there should be games and places for kids to play to keep them busy. Some examples of facilities are go-kart tracks, cycling tracks, swimming pools, and martial arts clubs.
Why should you buy a house that is kids friendly?
No other type of home gives you the luxury of being able to give your child access to a wide range of amenities that will help them grow in all ways. Some reasons to buy a home like this are:
- Since the apartment complex has everything, a child needs for school and play, parents can be more involved in their child’s growth.
- Since facilities like training centers and clubhouses are only open to residents, parents don’t have to worry as much about their kids getting involved with bad people or outside influences.
- A homebuyer’s budget isn’t really affected by the addition of these features. In projects for middle-income families, developers use economies of scale to add amenities that add value without raising the price of the home by much.
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