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Relocate bathroom 1st floor Victorian flat

Janey C
last month

I recently purchased a first floor maisonette with the bathroom off of the kitchen. I would like to change this layout and wanted to get some ideas on how to change the layout without losing the 3rd bedroom. however open to this.


Comments (3)

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    Kingfisher Designs
    last month

    Tricky, you could flip the small bedroom with the bathroom but I suspect it would be impractical as there is probably no soil pipe avaliable for that near the bedroom, putting one is might be possible but I wouldn't count on it either. Which leaves you with a maserator which is never great. You might be able to flip the two large bedrooms with the kitchen/lounge.

    Janey C thanked Kingfisher Designs
  • Dan Lewis
    last month

    Hi Janey, i believe a practical solution would be to move the bathroom to the other end of the kitchen, creating a new corridor to access the kitchen. Practical as there is a window in the correct place and you can run the soil pipe on the outside of the building / water pipes through the floor. I think the flat would have a better flow, bedrooms and bathroom closer together.

    Janey C thanked Dan Lewis
  • Thomas Dixon
    last month

    you could explore putting another door alongside the door that leads from the landing to the lounge (where you currently have a cupboard). The original door could lead you into the new bathroom and the new door would have a very short corridor leading to the reshuffled open plan reception/kitchen.

    Janey C thanked Thomas Dixon
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