WHEN IS A BEDROOM A MASTER BEDROOM?
Fri 03 Oct 2014
It can be quite intriguing to see the different ways estate agents describe rooms. Sometimes this can be quite subjective, but we tend to be led by what our vendors prefer.
One aspect that we have been discussing this week is what makes a bedroom a "master bedroom"? Is it sufficient for it to be the largest bedroom in the house? We don't think so, but what do you think? We believe that it must at least have an en suite bathroom or shower room. To be a "master bedroom suite" then surely you need to have a dressing room or walk-in wardrobe as well.
We have just started to market a lovely, really spacious family home in Queens Park, Bournemouth, and one where we think the term "master bedroom suite" is fully justified. As well as a charming bedroom, it has a large bathroom with double shower cubicle and ball-and-claw-foot bath, dressing room with range of built-in wardrobes, and a roof terrace leading out from the bedroom.
The rest of the house should not disappoint either, including as it does a 40' long lounge and 5/6 bedrooms - and 4 bath or shower rooms in total, plus cloakroom. Add on a south facing rear garden, and its a property that packs quite a punch.