19 Dec The Two Most Important Rooms in a House
When you are building your new custom home, its important to consider the possibility of a later need to sell your home – and the two most important rooms in a house for resale.
What are the two most important rooms in a house?
The kitchen and the master bathroom.
Buyers tend to show more interest in these rooms than any other in a home. Plan your kitchen and master bathroom to meet your dream home vision, but remember that creating a beautiful design that will never go out of style will ensure that it will be appealing to buyers should the time come that you need to sell your home.
The kitchen is by far the most important room in the house for a buyer. A well-apointed kitchen dramatically increases the value of your home. As you build your new home to meet your personal interests and needs for your kitchen, you should consider these items in your kitchen design:
- Modern appliances
- Custom Cabinetry
- Functional Island
- Walk-in or Butler Pantry
Here are a few examples:
Here are a few examples of butler’s pantries we have created for homeowners:
The Master Bathroom
A sparkling, spectacular master bath with clean lines and features like dual vanities and soak tubs will charm open-house goers should you need to sell your home. In your build of your peaceul oasis, keep in mind the hearts of a potential future buyer. Consider these items:
- Upgraded faucet fixtures
- Upgraded light fixtures
- Design mirrors
- Adequate storage
You’ll want to create a master bathroom with a focal point in mind. For instance, a free standing tub like these might be your centerpiece.
Never underestimate the power of a well-designed kitchen and master bath. These two rooms are truly the make or break it rooms for prospective future buyers. Get it right for you, but build it with these resale thoughts in mind.
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