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post #61 of 85
I love having a large bathroom - it's a rare indulgence given typical apartment layouts in NYC.
post #62 of 85
Apt in Tokyo: 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 2 small balconies ... around 1800 square feet.
post #63 of 85
I like the bedroom > walk-in > bathroom configuration.
post #64 of 85
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Apt in Tokyo: 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 2 small balconies ... around 1800 square feet.

Nice apartment. Baller because it's in Tokyo.
post #65 of 85
I'm not sure 'walk-in closet' is an accurate description. Some Japanese guy probably misunderstood when making the floor plan. Rather it's more like a short hallway with two large floor to ceiling closets on each side - there aren't any clothes hanging out in the open. And, since the closet doors are white, one might not even realize they are there. All one sees is a short hallway between the master bedroom and master bathroom.
post #66 of 85
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I'm not sure 'walk-in closet' is an accurate description. Some Japanese guy probably misunderstood when making the floor plan. Rather it's more like a short hallway with two large floor to ceiling closets on each side - there aren't any clothes hanging out in the open. And, since the closet doors are white, one might not even realize they are there. All one sees is a short hallway between the master bedroom and master bathroom.

Oh forget it then - not as cool. I've visited apartments with a walk-in (or walk-thru) closet with everything in the open, wooden shelves, sometimes a little bench to put on shoes. That was pretty cool.
post #67 of 85
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I love having a large bathroom - it's a rare indulgence given typical apartment layouts in NYC.

I don't have a large bathroom but I feel that way about my bedroom. Fits a king size bed and has about 6 feet to both sides of it. The other places I looked at I couldn't fit my bed in.
post #68 of 85
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I love having a large bathroom - it's a rare indulgence given typical apartment layouts in NYC.

Me too. It allows everyone to have space during the AM rush.
post #69 of 85
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I like the bedroom > walk-in > bathroom configuration.

My gf's bedroom/closet/bathroom is set up like that. I like it too.
post #70 of 85
Not sure the exact size because I don't know how many sq. feet in a '94 Cutlass.
post #71 of 85
2 BR, 86 square metres/925 square foot (thank you google).

I just moved in here, and I love my place.

Basically it's great because it has a really large living room and a really large master bedroom, and a tiny ass second bedroom.

Since I live alone, this means I have a real lot of usable space for myself, since I pretty much never set foot in bedroom 2 anyhow.
post #72 of 85
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Oh forget it then - not as cool. I've visited apartments with a walk-in (or walk-thru) closet with everything in the open, wooden shelves, sometimes a little bench to put on shoes. That was pretty cool.

It's a nice format, but you've got to make sure that either the bathroom has plenty of ventilation, or that you close the bathroom door whilst you're taking a shower (and immediately afterwards). Otherwise, the steam comes out of the bathroom, into your walk-in robe, and your clothes get mouldy.
post #73 of 85
Just moved to Washington D.C.

My place is ~1500 sq ft, top floor of a four floor building. Two story unit with 2/2 on first floor and a quasi-loft (no overlook to first floor) on the second floor. First floor balcony is about 100 sq ft, second floor balcony is edging on ~1000 sq ft. Upstairs is 9 floor to ceiling windows on three sides. Living room is ridiculous, about 40 x 14. Will post up some pics later. Real wood everywhere except the 2 bedrooms, halogen high hats all over as well. First floor is 10' ceilings and second is ~8'.

We have views of the Washington monument from each and most of the city from the second level balcony.

All for the low low price of $3,000/month
post #74 of 85
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Just moved to Washington D.C.

My place is ~1500 sq ft, top floor of a four floor building. Two story unit with 2/2 on first floor and a quasi-loft (no overlook to first floor) on the second floor. First floor balcony is about 100 sq ft, second floor balcony is edging on ~1000 sq ft. Upstairs is 9 floor to ceiling windows on three sides. Living room is ridiculous, about 40 x 14. Will post up some pics later. Real wood everywhere except the 2 bedrooms, halogen high hats all over as well. First floor is 10' ceilings and second is ~8'.

We have views of the Washington monument from each and most of the city from the second level balcony.

All for the low low price of $3,000/month

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