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Ground Floor an Intriguing Option For Master Bedroom


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Many multi-story homes have the master bedroom on the top floor. Typically the largest bedroom in the house, the master usually has all the amenities like an attached bathroom and walk-in closet. And while the top level approach also happens to be ground level if you have a home with ranch style house plans, many multi-story homes are being built with the master bedroom on the ground level. While negatives range from potentially not having the best view to being right in the middle of the hustle and bustle, the pros are outweighing the cons for many homeowners. But what are the cons?

While you certainly don't get the “birds eye view" on the ground floor, that may not be the most important thing. For homeowners that are a little older, their bodies may not take the pounding and stress of stairs as well as they used to. If you drew up your home plans with the master bedroom on the first floor, that won't be a concern of yours. Another way to look at a first floor master bedroom is that it's right in the middle of everything that's happening. Typically the first floor contains the kitchen and maybe a family or living room. Chances are the family will spend a lot of time congregating in those rooms. For those folks that like to be right in the middle of it all, a first floor master bedroom will be perfect.

There are other reasons you may want to draw up your log home floor plans to include a first floor master bedroom. Security may be one. While nobody likes to think about someone breaking into their home, it's certainly a consideration that has to be thought of. If the children's rooms are upstairs, wouldn't you rather be on the first floor to meet any potential intruders before they reach your precious children? And wouldn't a first floor master bedroom make move-in day that much easier? The master is likely where your heavy bedroom set and large queen or king-size bed will go. Do you really want to have to carry that up a flight of stairs, or would it be nice to simply move it in on the ground level? Sure, it's a one-time thing to have to consider, but it's still something to think about. Like most any decision, figuring out where to put your master bedroom is a personal one. Take everything into consideration, then look for just the right house with just the right layout!

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