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    we have 4 bathrooms.

    Ensuite has just a shower.
    kids bathroom has seperate bath and shower
    playroom has spa bath and seperate shower
    pool/outside bathroom has shower only.


    I would not buy a house without a bath and I do not like showers over baths.

    I love that I can put the girls in the bath and DS in the shower all at the same time.
    One of my great friends has no bath and she hates it. They have to bath the 1 year old in a plastic baby bath in the shower. Uncomfy and no fun.

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    No, it's a teeny house. When we bought it, it had a shower over a square shallow tub but the whole house needed renovating. We reno'd and didn't put in a bath, it just wouldn't have fit. We have a 2yr old and we just put the baby bath in the shower or she has a shower with DH or I.

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    2 baths 3 separate showers here. my friend brought a house with no bath and hates it. showers over baths not good either imo

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    We have 2 bathrooms and one powder room. We have a large bathroom / ensuite off the main bedroom with only a shower and toilet and then there is a guest bathroom which the kids use. It has a shower and bath (separate).

    In both the toilets are in completely separate rooms which I think is personally my preference. I loathe toilets which are part of bathrooms - just so yuck. But I've lived them them and it's been fine but love it now I don't have to.

    In our last house we had a bath over a shower and found that as our parents got older they found it difficult getting in and out of the shower as they had to climb over the tub.

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    We have a seperate shower and a nice deep bath. Couldn't handle living anywhere very long without a bath. I need the occassional bath to relax and the girls prefer baths.

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    Separate shower & bath in our place.

    Not a fan of the shower over bath, or houses with no bath at all.

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    Ok, now I'm jealous of y'all with all your baths and bathrooms! Lol

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    Our en suite has a corner spa and our other bathroom has a large bath.

    I'm not a big fan of shower over bath but would prefer it over no bath at all.

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    1 bathroom, seperate shower / bath. I have more baths than showers. Love them!

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    1 bathroom, shower over corner bath. I usually really dislike showers over baths, but I don't mind ours as the bath is quite large and we don't need a shower curtain to stop water going everywhere.
    The bath has rarely been used since we've been here. I would certainly buy a house without a bath, though I'd prefer to have one.


 

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