You often see this type of floor plan in older homes that have (or had) only one bath, and there is a certain logic to grouping all the bedrooms nearby. So, if the home is an older one, Buyers probably won't be surprised to find all the bedrooms at one end of the house.
This type of arrangement is less common in newer homes, and therefore might be more of an issue. However, I really believe that a bigger factor is privacy. If two bedrooms are "buffered" by closets or a bathroom between them, then their location near each other doesn't matter as much. Good luck with your purchase.
Maggie Hawk, REALTOR
Watson Realty Corp.