An interesting concept, couples sleeping in separate beds or rooms like in the 50s, but now for different reasons. Maybe that's an addition or unique attritube that makes your investment property stand out from all the rest. You have a master bedroom and a women's own mrs. bedroom. The phrase 'master bedroom' is now being deprecated.
The NY Times article is about couples building or having separate bed rooms, to get some peace and quiet from snorers, jimmy legs, and late night email checking obsessive workers. Couples are looking for buildings with two separate bedrooms, or adding them on to an existing home. From the NY Times:
"In a survey in February by the National Association of Home Builders, builders and architects predicted that more than 60 percent of custom houses would have dual master bedrooms by 2015, according to Gopal Ahluwalia, staff vice president of research at the builders association. Some builders say more than a quarter of their new projects already do."
"At Escala, a condominium project in Seattle, a quarter of the 270 units have double master bedrooms, said John Midby, a partner in the development. In St. Louis County, Dennis Hayden, president of Hayden Homes, said that each of the 30 detached homes in his latest planned community would have two separate-but-equal bedroom suites."
“As a social pattern, this could increase,” she continued. “A lot of people I know fantasize about living in the same apartment building as their husband — but in a separate apartment. That could be next.” Read more...