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No family bathroom but all en suites?

I'm currently buying a 4 bed detached property. One of my plans is to lose the family bathroom and put en suites in all 4 bedrooms. All will have a toilet and sink, master to have bath and shower cubical, other 3 bedrooms to have bath with shower above. It also has a downstairs toilet. Wanting people's opinions if this would put you off buying a house with no family bathroom but all bedrooms have an en suite?

Asked on Sep 24 2017, Home Improvement in East Midlands | Report content

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  • I'm not entirely sure it would put me off...! Perhaps what you should consider though, is a 'jack and jill' en-suite? This would allow access from the hallway AND bedroom, so it has use as a family bathroom and an en-suite.

    Answered on Sep 25 2017, Report content
  • It would depend on the future buyer I would imagine. Some people might prefer the extra space for something other than bathrooms, for example. Lee's "jack and jill" idea is a good one - as you can potentially have the best of both worlds.

    Answered on Oct 4 2017, Report content
  • I would be put off by a tiny or awkwardly shaped bedroom created by putting in an en-suite bathroom. Not everyone who will buy a four bedroom house will want to use them all as bedrooms. If you must have en-suite then ensure there i enough space left for a good sized double bedroom. Consider a wet-room rather than bath-with-shower.

    Answered on Oct 8 2017, Report content

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