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To en-suite or not en-suite?

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MiaowTheCat Tue 04-Apr-17 07:38:27

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

LapinR0se Tue 04-Apr-17 07:40:58

Yes I would

FrenchLavender Tue 04-Apr-17 07:43:36

Is it possible to add a small single street extension downstairs with a loo and a shower in it? The house sounds quite small so I'd be reluctant to take away any bedroom/ wardrobe space if there was a viable alternative.

Tobuyornot99 Tue 04-Apr-17 08:38:25

Perfectly do-able, I've seen some teeny tiny en-suites. How old are dc though? I'd probably be wary of doing this until they are of an age where they know not to mess about with water, you don't want a flood on your hands.

namechangedtoday15 Tue 04-Apr-17 09:27:50

Yes, I would.

minipie Tue 04-Apr-17 11:29:13

Yes I would. As long as there is still enough space for wardrobes, bed, chest. But agree you may want a high up lock on the en suite door

Bubblysqueak Tue 04-Apr-17 11:30:57

Yes definitely. It will be useful for you and a good selling point too, win win!

MusicToMyEars800 Tue 04-Apr-17 11:33:59

I would love to have an en suite, so I would grin

JustPoppingBy Tue 04-Apr-17 11:51:16

Yes I would (and did, don't know how we managed before 😬)

Miniwookie Tue 04-Apr-17 12:26:15


Kiroro Tue 04-Apr-17 12:32:24

I'm not convinced a bed house needs 2 bathrooms but it sounds like it would suit your family and you have the space to do it

Can you ask to see some of the neighbours so you cna get an idea of size/layout before you go ahead? Might see some clever space ideas.

yomellamoHelly Tue 04-Apr-17 12:37:33

Sounds like it'd make your life better, so I would.

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