At a certain point in a romantic relationship, a good night’s sleep is more important than anything else.
According to a recent survey by John Burns Real Estate Consulting, nearly one in three people looking at luxury homes last year were interested in having multiple master suites. Separate bedrooms appeal to married couple with different schedules and sleep preferences.
Realtor.com found a few couples who purchased high-end homes with multiple master bedrooms. One such house in Southern California has an upstairs suite that overlooks Catalina Island and a downstairs suite that opens to a pool and patio.
“There has been this stigma about people sleeping apart,” said Wendy Troxel, a clinical psychologist and senior behavioral scientist at the Rand Corp., who studies sleep. “But perhaps we are moving more toward this acceptance that there is not one-size-fits-all.”