To accommodate a luxury lifestyle, it’s becoming more common that high-end residences are equipped with more than one of a specific amenity. Here are several such features that today’s homeowners are happy to have two of.
In addition to the main kitchen that a family will use for their everyday needs, a second cooking space has served many different purposes over the years. Avid entertainers, for instance, might require a catering kitchen that’s specifically used when hosting events with friends and family—allowing their main kitchen to remain free of any mess. A different reason that’s become quite popular recently, however, is that having two kitchens lends itself to multigenerational living and provides flexibility for a large family living under one roof.
Sometimes, one primary suite just isn’t enough. There are many situations where having two primary bedrooms is beneficial and, again, a multigenerational living situation is one such example. Other times, it’s simply a matter of couples preferring to sleep in separate beds due to various reasons, like different work schedules, sleep patterns or health issues.
Dual Home Offices
In years past, one home office was the norm. With the rise in remote work, however, needs have shifted, and couples are increasingly looking for houses where they can each have their own workspace. Going forward, this will likely only become more prevalent.
Two Laundry Rooms
There’s nothing fun about lugging dirty clothes around the house, which is why homeowners can always appreciate having two laundry rooms. Often, there’s one near the primary suite for convenience and a second one near the other bedrooms or in the mudroom to provide flexibility depending on your needs.