Master of the House

We’ve seen it firsthand…the woes of weighing the pros and cons of a Master bedroom on the first floor. Most often, a second floor Master seems most appealing: secluded from the hustle of the hub of the home, quiet, and for some, a better view. However, like most of us who don’t want to think about getting older, a lot of people don’t consider what a Master on the second floor could mean in 10, 20, or 30 years: stair-climbing, heating/cooling requirements, and accessibility.

This article examines the trend of main floor Master suites and some of the reasoning behind it. This is definitely one of the details of your new home that you want to consider beyond just the foreseeable future.



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