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Old 04-18-2014, 06:02 AM   #43
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I did not say a bath and a half were hard to sell.

I said bunk bed models were.
That's not an accurate statement either. I won't go off topic from this thread, but there are threads from those looking for bunkhouses (also speaking from experience).
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I have yet to see a floor plan for 1.5 bath that you didn't give up living space forward of the half bath. That was big in our decision to go with the single bath. That said, with the residential style showers, if we can get a new floor plan in Cornerstone, or find the furniture approach that satisfies our living space requirements (modifying the Cornerstone), we'll likely upgrade to 1.5.
The space in front of the 1/2 bath is the fridge, then the range, so there's isn't dead space. We enjoy our 1/2 bath a lot!
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Yea, we enjoy our 1.5 bath too! It adds a whole new dimension to "life on the road"!
I love having my own little privy. This was a major issue in selecting our Tuscany XTE 40 ES. Rufus & Ruth
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Bath + 1/2 Worth it?

I have a 2013 Coachmen Mirada 35DL with the 1.5 baths. I love having the two, especially when there are guests. Also good when traveling as we can stay on the linoleum and off the carpet. Only time I regret it is when it comes time to dump as I have two back tanks, both of which need to be dumped and rinsed separately unless we have time to get the y connector out. A couple of times we have gotten the evil eye on Sundays at the dump station when dry camping. I just shrug and smile.
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My wife and I went from a Mandalay single bath to a bath and a half Dutch Star 4354 this year. When all is said and done, we got along with the single but really like the private bath in the back where we can lay things out or keep our stuff to ourselves. Someone else mentioned that macerator toilets use much more water flushing and they do. It is nice to have one "low tech" toilet as a back up when water usage is critical or more likely holding tank level needs to be stretched! It isn't a "must have" but it is sure nice to have even for just two people and maybe down the pike it will be valuable at trade time? 08 DSDP 4354
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