What is Included in a Luxury Primary Bedroom Suite?

Luxury primary bedroom suite with view of the outdoors, king sized bed, chandler, and beautiful furniture

When clients invest in a Luxury Home they typically have a discerning eye when it comes to what they want to see what is included in their primary bedroom suite. The primary bedroom is the most private space in a home where people can truly relax and have their own space.

In this blog, we will be talking through what many clients see as “must haves” in their primary suite.

What is a Primary Bedroom Suite?

Real Estate Agents no longer use the term “master” suite. These special spaces are now referred to as Primary Bedrooms or Primary Suites. Most clients prefer that this primary space be somewhat removed from the main living areas, while still being on the main floor to offer one-level living.

These spaces should be spacious and comfortable, as they are typically occupied by the people with the biggest investment in the property. After Selling luxury real estate in the North Carolina mountains for over 15 years, agents at 828 Real Estate understand luxury home trends and can help you find the calm and relaxing primary suite of your dreams.

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Features in Luxury Primary Bedrooms

In luxury, most homes clients are looking for a spacious bedroom that can easily fit a King size bed. Often clients look for an additional sitting area in the primary suite to take in a view and enjoy a cup of coffee, wine, or a good book.

Having a fireplace in your Primary Suite is a great bonus. High ceilings and lots of windows are key as well.

Having a glorious mountain view at a luxury home is typically a requirement, so large windows to enjoy that view are key. Having access to private outdoor space is a welcome addition.

Of course, a large walk-in closet or two is typically needed in a luxury Primary Suite. Let’s not forget one of the most important features, an ensuite luxury bathroom!

Luxurious Bathroom Features

When enjoying time in the mountains, having a warm spa-like bathroom is key. From heated floor tile to steam showers, luxury bathrooms should offer warmth and comfort.

Key elements in a luxury bathroom include dual vanities. with granite or quartz counters, a private space for the toilet with a door, a linen closet, heated towel bars, soaking tubs, and a separate shower space. Showers should be spacious and you cannot go wrong with body sprays or rain shower heads.

Private laundry in the primary bathroom or closet space is becoming more and more popular as well.

Primary Closets in Luxury Homes

Custom closets are big business. When you have nice clothing and accessories, you want to be able to see options and have storage that allows items to be easily accessible.

Having a closet, or two, that you can walk into and clearly see items is important. Hanging space, shelves, and built-in drawers are important, as well as built-in shoe racks and jewelry storage.

Additionally having a place to sit down and a full-length mirror in your luxury closet is a must.

Other Luxury Primary Suite Upgrades

If you are buying luxury real estate, the sky is the limit when designing and planning a primary bedroom suite. In addition to some of the features listed above, many clients must consider having an office space that is attached to the bedroom but can be closed off for separation.

The idea of even having your own coffee bar and small refrigerator in your space can be key for those early risers or people who need just a few more minutes in the morning before interacting with the world.

There is no wonder that primary bedrooms are recommended by realtors! Whatever you desire in your private master space, where there is a will, there is a way.

About the Author

I am a native of Knoxville, Tennessee, but I have been in North Carolina since1997 when I moved to Boone to attend Appalachian State University. I earned my degree in Theatre Education and Communications. While at ASU I met my husband, Matt Long, a Boone native and general contractor, and gained a heart for these mountains and my beloved ASU Mountaineers. After graduation, I spent 5 years teaching in Charlotte before being given the opportunity to move back to the High Country. In 2007 I earned my NC Real Estate License and began in full-time brokerage. In 2010 I helped to open a franchise brokerage in the High Country. I gained impactful knowledge and built important relationships during my 8 years there, but began to feel the calling to get back to my roots.

In June of 2018, my dream became a reality when I opened 828 Real Estate. We are a boutique brokerage that is locally focused, community-minded and client-driven. I feel so fortunate to be in a career that I love, have opportunities to serve wonderful clients, and get to work with the best team here at 828 Real Estate.

I am a member of The High Country Association of Realtors, the North Carolina Association of Realtors, the National Association of Realtors. I am a member the Boone Chamber of Commerce and I am on the board for the Downtown Boone Development Association. I have also completed the Realtor  e-Pro certification that specifically focuses on the technology tools needed in the purchase or sale of a property. Additionally, I have earned my CLHMS Designation. (Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist) and a qualified LuxuryHomes.com Affiliate. Over the years I have been awarded various Top Producer Awards. I am honored each year to be invited to the Top 50 Brokers in the High Country celebration.

My husband and I reside in downtown Boone and have 2 beautiful children, Sadie Rose and Levi. We attend Alliance Bible Fellowship and stay connected by serving the community and supporting local non-profits like Western Youth Network, The Appalachian Theatre and Valle Crucis Community Park. We love to spend time outside hiking, playing on the river, running with their dog, Emmie Lou, hitting the slopes and making the most of our time in this amazing place we get to call home!