The Woodlands of Hamilton

Quick Facts


Hamilton, OH


45, 860 Square Feet


Karrington Operating Co.


MM Architects

Project Type

New Construction

Project Summary

The architect’s design concept behind the Woodlands of Hamilton (formerly Karrington of Hamilton) was a “clustered cottage” with four clusters (wings) connected by a central core.   Each wing contains units that are grouped around a shared communal space featuring a fire place, a family-style kitchen where guests can make their own meals, and an exterior sheltered porch.  Each of the four wings represent a space that is commensurate with the functional ability of the residents within that wing.

The building was designed in a colonial sentiment with its dormers, paned windows, chimneys, brick and stone facades.

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