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Could these be classed as bedrooms? One room is an extension and is 4 meters x 2 meters

I also have another room adjacent to the main bedroom accessed by a doorway. It's 4 meters x 2.3 meters. I don't have the funds to turn this into an en suite, but could it be classed as a nursery room?

Asked on Jun 15 2011, General in Glasgow | Report content

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  • If the room is accessed from the master bedroom then you can't count it as a bedroom. I don't see any reason why you cant class it as a nursery room, dressing room or study.

    Answered on Jun 15 2011, Report content
  • I agree with above. A room accessed via another room wouldn't be classed as an extra bedroom, but it can be many other things, a nursery would be perfect. I once lived in a house like that and the room was used for storage. When my parents put the house on the market, the room was classed as a nursery/walk-in-wardrobe. An office would be another good use of space.

    Answered on Jun 15 2011, Report content
  • Usually when advertising rooms like these the adverts state it's a study.

    Answered on Jun 18 2011, Report content

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