When selling a house does a wardrobe count as a closet to make it a bedroom?

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  • #207198

    Anonymous

    I am designing a house for a high school project. Upon finishing the floor plans I realized I forgot to put in closets. So do I need to remake the floor plans or can I just add a wardrobe?



  • #264984

    Anonymous

    No but perhaps you can make a “build-in” Wardrobe rather than free standing.

  • #265080

    Anonymous

    No but perhaps you can make a “build-in” Wardrobe rather than free standing.

  • #436538

    Anonymous

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    Anonymous

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    Anonymous

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    Anonymous

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  • #436542

    Anonymous

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  • #436543

    Anonymous

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