Should "conversation pits" be removed in renovations of older houses?

Asked by Jon Miller, San Francisco, CA Mon Apr 8, 2013

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Terry Bell, Agent, Santa Rosa, CA
Tue Apr 9, 2013
I think they make rooms look smaller, and nowadays the trend is towards open space and great rooms, even including the kitchen into the mix. Also, if you have any plans of selling in the future, you only narrow your buyer pool by not making the house as accessible and disability friendly as possible for the future, or maybe some new friends while you're still living there!. It doesn't sound like something you planned or wanted, so I vote to update the area! And when you're ready for a vacation home up here in the wine country, drop me a line! Best,
Terry Bell, CPS RE, Sonoma County, CA
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