Question of the day from Jenny

How many bedrooms do you have in your home?
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9 Responses to Question of the day from Jenny

  1. Jenny says:

    We have 3 bedrooms and Jason built another one in the basement, so 4 now.

  2. Sue says:

    Just 3.

  3. SKL says:

    4 that we actually use for sleeping. (My kids share.) There’s a room in the basement with a bed for guests (Mr. Houseguest lived there). The “Master Bedroom” was originally supposed to be 2 bedrooms, but the original buyers of the house told the builders to just combine them into 1. So the next door neighbors have the exact same house design but they have on more bedroom than we do.

  4. Ellen says:

    3 Bedrooms and a open loft area which we use as an office, but the previous owners used it as a bedroom.

  5. Joy says:

    Well, technically, only one. “Technically” a bedroom, in order to qualify as being a bedroom, they have a closet and a door. So “technically” only one. But UNtechnically, 3.

  6. Nikki says:

    Technically, 3 in this house. But our house is set up with a MIL apartment attached. In our part, there are 2. My brother has 1 bedroom in his part.

    Interesting fact about our house we found out from the owners. The bottom level of our house was all there used to be. He grew up in it. Then, for whatever reason they decided to add on a level. Instead of building it, they bought a “bunker” from Fort Snelling in Minneapolis and they delivered it and put on top on their house! Soldiers lived where we now live. Pretty cool! Bailey and Jason really got a kick out of that since they LOVE history. So we walk through history every day! It does explain why this house so WEIRD! You’d know what I meant if you seen this house!

  7. Phyllis says:

    I have 3. All to be back in use very soon since MI family is coming back here for a while.

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