I have rehabbed a Dutch Colonial and was able to increase closet space in one room through opening the doorway and allowing easy access under the roof, installing built ins next to the gables, and adding a row of shorter doors after actually putting a wall in one room where the roof slope made it not as usable. I also built the bed in one room under the slope to allow greater use, with storage underneath.
The goal is to increase space, not take it away from any room.
Best of Luck!
NYS Licensed Salesperson
Keller Williams Realty
Yes, closets matter to buyer's but in small square footage less so than renovated kitchens, baths and living room.
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Similar age and price range, if style and size are not available.
The amount of space you would add and subtract is key.
Look at others and compare first - at least to get ideas.
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Definitely have a REALTOR or two come by, look at it and see where you will fall compared to the competition.
Rita M. Manuel
Bean Group, Winchester, Ma