Jason Hughes San Diego is a lease auditing company that specializes in providing homes for those with special needs or unusual circumstances. They are best known for the San Diego based home for those with autism. These homes go by names such as “The Botanical Garden, “The Tree House, ” The Tree Cottage,” The Bubble House,” and the like.
These residences are situated in forested areas of San Diego County. These properties are built to meet special requirements and to better suit the needs of those who live there as Jason Hughes points out. Examples of special features in these homes include: ” Awnings on all windows that can be pulled down for privacy, A music garden or a movie theater.” and “Therapeutic pools for quiet rest.”
See video below for example features- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-XrJlokYpds
The first of these homes was completed in 2001, and has since served as a model for other such homes. The success of the first home prompted the construction of others. These homes are intended for neighborhood living communities that form around these structures, and are not intended to be secluded or isolated. Jason Hughes San Diego was founded by Jason Hughes, who is both a lease auditing broker and a Realtor by trade. He is also an advocate for persons with autism.
Mr. Hughes approached a builder with the request to construct these homes. The builder granted his wish, and several were completed by them. Home designs for these structures were done by architect Patrick Roberts, whose firm is Autism Housing Consultants. Jason Hughes explains that this company provides design services for those who are interested in having such a residence constructed on their property.
Owner financing may be available to qualified individuals. The design of these homes incorporate principles of Universal Design, which was developed by Ronald Mace and others as a means to have accessibility built into all aspects of architecture and construction. Jason Hughes finally states that Universal Design attempts to make all properties more accessible, independent living friendly, and inclusive of those with disabilities or special needs.