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Old 08-29-2020, 08:10 PM   #1
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Modify a Fleetwood Floor plan?

My wife hates sleeping in the master bed since in this floor plan you have to enter like a cave on your knees. When you need to use the restroom during the night it's very difficult climbing over... I bought this almost sight unseen due to the fact my best friend was dying and he couldn't sell it and he needed to do so. I live 10 hours away from him So took it off his hands...(I should have let wife approve but didn't) So if I can't find a way to modify it I'll have to sell it...suggestion? (The bathroom wall is in the way so that wall is taken up :(
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Not sure about your exact layout but in mine, which has bunks gf sleeps in master and I in the bunk. Most bedroom layouts today are “East/west” but there are some that are “north/south” which gives a little more room on each side. Some layouts, even East/west, have more room when the slides are out but ca be tight when they are in. In mine the master is a “short queen” which means my feet hang over which really doesn’t work for me. Also as we age and have developed certain sounds while sleeping it helps to give each other a little more space. However we do make it work when appropriate.
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It usually difficult to find a way to make alterations in the floor plan, but no reason not to do so if you can figure something out that would work for you. Generally you can move or resize the built-in cabinets but doing anything that requires plumbing or electrical mods is often impractical. Often there will be electrical or plumbing stuff under the bed as well.
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floor plan

the bed is facing north-south and has a bathroom wall one side, the outer wall behind, the outside wall has awning , and the other has a short wall (at foot) for the kitchen sink and stove...so you are surrounded..
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