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A jetted tub is a good sale point. So if you plan to sale the home soon then I would leave it in place.
For every 10 of those big, sexy tubs I pull out, we reinstall one. I think that big, gorgeous master shower goes a long way in making up for the lack of a tub.... Tim
Thanks Tim for the reassurance! Being a Realtor, I now have a gorgeous home listed in Cary that was built during the era of "no master bath" and although the owners have remodeled the floors/shower/lighting & vanities, I still get feedback from buyers wanting a tub in the master. (even though
I want to reiterate my thoughts. If your home is in a neighborhood where the competition has large master bathrooms with both a good-sized tub and a good-sized shower, then buyers will be expecting both features. If you live in a neighborhood where the builder sacrificed the size of the shower so they could get that big platform tub in there, then there is logic for downsizing or giving the