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Diagram pointing out on the floor plan of The Phoenix House the features described below.

  • Bathroom – Safe RoomOpen or Close

    The bathroom is a Safe Room. With a steel door, small laminated window, reinforced ceiling area, and multiple lines of defense from debris, the bathroom is a place of refuge during threatening weather.

  • Flexible Space – BedroomsOpen or Close

    Bunk beds can be replaced by single beds, or the second bedroom can be turned to a home office or family room, depending on household needs. The Cablestrud electrical wiring easily allows additions of extra outlets and fixtures.

  • Flexible Space – Kitchen/DiningOpen or Close

    The dining table can be extended to seat up to 8. It also works as an extension of the kitchen counter-top.

  • Flexible Space – Living RoomOpen or Close

    The living room has a sofa bed to accommodate two extra guests. The storage ottomans can be used as a seat and table. In addition, the entertainment center table is collapsible to provide a home office zone. The smart TV can also be used to control the systems flexible lighting options.

  • Front PorchOpen or Close

    The spacious front porch provides a connection to the community. It is an added space for residents to relax and welcome guests into their home.

  • Mechanical CoreOpen or Close

    The mechanical room is the heart of the wet core of the house, combining the plumbing of the bathroom and kitchen. A geospring water heater, a variable speed HVAC system, PEX plumbing, and solar panels are just a few of the other features that make The Phoenix House an innovative and green building.

  • Outdoor LivingOpen or Close

    The large kitchen deck is for entertaining and relaxing and family garden for growing produce such as broccoli, green beans, lettuce, and tomato.

  • Private Bedroom PatioOpen or Close

    The large north deck is for entertainment, outdoor dining, and relaxation during the southern Indiana and Kentucky spring, summer, and fall.