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One bathtub is usually enough..but that being said, if it's a home that seems to be dog friendly...a bath is a must...perhaps not the one you want your kids soaking in daily...all in all, one tub is a must, but more than that is not necessary. People are too rushed to take a bath, shower multiple times aa day in some cases, so a luxurious shower is more appealing and sometimes space saving.
Renovations are a great way to improve the value of your home. In my years of experience with home buyers, I have found it to be very important to have at least one bathtub in the house. On the rare occasions that a Single family home did not have a bathtub, my clients have expressed concerns. Your question asks about resale value, and in my opinion, keep the bathtub in the hall bathroom. The master is a whole different story. I have found it to be desirable in the eyes of home buyers to have a master bathroom with a nice tile shower, as you have described. A soaking tub can be nice also. I would design them with differences in appearance as well. Two baths, that look the same, will most likely be viewed as a negative in the minds of buyers, even if they are both beautiful. Try to incorporate noticeable differences, that stand out. This will show the potential buyers that you have thought about the designs and it will add character. Today's buyer pays much more attention to detail, and this type of attention to detail can help greatly, in the resale value of your home.
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