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Toilet near a kitchen

We have a downstairs toilet which is by the front door, but we wanted to make the entrance hall larger. We were thinking of using a small part the far end of our garage to house the toilet this would mean that you would access the toilet via the kitchen. We are thinking a door from the kitchen into a cloakroom and then toilet would then be a separate little room within the cloakroom. Will having a toilet in this location devalue the house? If so we will keep it where it is.

Asked on Mar 17 2011, Home Improvement in Bampton | Report content

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  • As long as it complies with building regulations, is done to a professional standard and the toilet doesn't lead directly from the kitchen, I'm sure it would not devalue the house. I would suggest you get a local agent to have a look at it though. They will be honest about your ideas and be able to see what it is you're trying to do. Hope that helps.

    Answered on Mar 22 2011, Report content

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