What makes a "Princess Suite" floor plan unique?
A Princess Suite usually refers to a secondary bedroom on the second floor with:
- Private bath room
- Expanded or walk in closet
- Slightly greater sq ft than other secondary bedrooms
- Special features, such as a built in seat or sitting area
Some home buyers use the princess suite as a guest bedroom, with all the same amenities. Search our floor plan gallery for princess suite home ideas.
What does a Princess Suite floor plan include?
Princess Suite Floor Plan Feature #1: Private Bathroom
The Avonstone Manor, copyright Garrell Associates, includes a princess suite on the second floor. This suite features:
- Private bath with corner soaking tub and separate tile shower
- Walk in closet
- Built in desk / storage area
Take a look inside this Princess Suite from a version of the Avonstone Manor built by Stanton Homes near Raleigh, North Carolina: Click here for a full gallery of this custom home.
Princess Suite Floor Plan Feature #2: Expanded Closet
The Graystone Park, copyright Frank Betz, features a second floor Princess Suite with expanded walk in closet. This closet rivals master bedroom storage space.
The Longleaf, home plan by Frank Betz, includes five bedrooms, four and a half baths, and a second story Princess Suite.
The Princess Suite also includes a walk in closet - in a more typical size - as well as private bathroom.
Bedrooms 3 and 4 share a Jack and Jill style bath.
Princess Suite Floor Plan Feature #3: Additional Sq Ft
Typical secondary or "kids" bedrooms are generally 12'x12' or 12x11' for a total of 132 to 144 sq ft.
The princess suite is 13'x13', not including the foyer-style entry and attached bath with separate toilet room and vanity area.
Princess Suite Floor Plan Feature #4: Bay Sitting Area
This Princess Suite - from The Kensington copyright Alan Mascord - centers around the bay sitting area.
Princess Suite Floor Plan Feature #5: Built in Bench
The Parnell, copyright Alan Mascord, features a princess suite with built-in window bench. This suite also includes:
- Private bathroom with tub/shower combination
- Extra long closet
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