A master suite addition is limited only by your imagination. Here’s a look at master suite must-haves.
Options for a master suite addition are limitless: Indulge yourself, express yourself. Here is your guide to the …master suite features that matter most.
A master suite addition typically is about 400 sq. ft. and includes a spacious bedroom, a walk-in closet, and a bathroom with a walk-in shower, designer toilet, separate soaking tub, and double-sink vanity. With midrange finishes, such as ceramic tile and solid-surface countertops in the bathroom, a master suite costs an average of $106,196 ($265/sq.ft.) and returns about 59% at resale, according to the 2011-2012 Cost vs. Value Report from Remodeling Magazine.
An upscale master suite addition is bigger—650 sq.ft.—and includes a separate sitting area in the bedroom with custom built-ins, fireplace, French doors leading outside, and even a wet bar and refrigerator.
The bathroom is more luxurious, too, with multiple body sprays in the shower, a separate toilet area, a soaking tub for two, and twin sinks, each with its own vanity. Instead of solid surfacing and ceramic, the countertops and floors are stone. According to Cost vs. Value, an upscale project averages $227,178 and returns 50.5% at resale.
When you dream about a master suite addition, drool over a deep soaking tub. But when you plan, think about privacy, convenience and view—the gifts to yourself that keep on giving.
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