Here's a question I've always wanted to ask an architect: on the hall bathroom on the second floor, you have two doors into the bathroom. What is the purpose of this? Does it really feel that you have a semi-private bathroom? Even if the third bedroom was a guest room, and not a sibling's room, it just doesn't seem practical to me. The second door just takes up valuable wall space and makes the bathroom seem smaller. Do people really ask for this or is this something you assumed people want, or is this the prevailing wisdom?
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