Additions can bring homes into the 21st century. What builders once thought of as unnecessary or optional features, home buyers now view as prerequisites for purchase.
Take for instance the master suite. It tops the list of remodeling projects for many area homeowners.
In previous eras the master bedroom was simply a place to sleep, and closet space was often kept to the bare minimum. If the master bedroom included a private bath, it was often small and utilitarian in its fit and finish.
Today the master bedroom is viewed in a much different light. A home within your home, the master suite is now a luxurious private retreat filled with personalized amenities. A spacious walk-in closet provides ample storage for all of your wardrobe needs. A cozy seating nook is a great place to unwind and read the newspaper or scan social media. And let’s not forget a spa-quality bathroom to wash away your stresses after a long day.
Incorporating all of these amenities into your home can sometimes pose a challenge. Walk-in closets and luxurious bathrooms can eat up a lot of real estate. If you can’t capture space from neighboring rooms, why not consider a master suite addition?