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1 A Jack and Jill bathroom is accessed by two doors, or two bedrooms in most cases. A shared bathroom is a really good way of utilising a small space from two bedrooms and adding an additional shared en-suite. It is a regularly used home design feature in America, and is a growing feature in UK homes. It is also likely to add saleability to a new home.
2 Another non-traditional bathroom is the Wet Room. Wet Rooms are a great addition to a home, and a really good use of a small space. However, it is vital to get it fitted properly. There is obviously a major risk of leaks, so professionally insured fitting is a good idea. Wet Rooms are a therefore a much more suitable ground floor feature than second floor.
3 A four bedroom house should have an en-suite in the modern housing market. A three bed should also have on if possible, although it is not a necessity. It is well worth looking at new builds for sale in your area to see what the market expects.