One-bedroom apartments give individuals and couples more space than most studios, without the sometimes non-standard design of a larger two-bedroom. Traditional rental units are defined as a one-bedroom when there is a separate bathroom and a separate bedroom connected to a central living area.
Luxury one-bedrooms normally go beyond these basic requirements and include additional rooms, such as a dining room, den or loft area. There are several reasons why many individuals and some couples have made the decision to rent a luxury one-bedroom apartment.
Responsive Property Management
The relationship between a renter, the landlord and the property owner is not always clear with traditional rental units. Problems with an appliance, plumbing or electrical outlets might be repaired by the landlord, a building superintendent or the tenant under certain leases.
Luxury apartments strive to make residents feel comfortable and to make sure that all of the parts of a living space are in the best working order possible. This means that the property managers of a luxury one-bedroom will be very responsive ensuring that no resident will have to live without basic services for very long.
Room To Grow
The amount space that is available in most standard one-bedroom apartments does not leave the tenant with much room to start collecting furniture and other items that could last a lifetime.
A luxury rental provides residents with enough space to slowly grow over the years and acquire the furniture, artwork and other items that make the apartment feel like a home. Furniture will not have to perform double-duty because separate dining areas, living rooms and even balconies can be filled with comfortable furnishings that are able to be kept and reused in the future when moving into a larger space.
Luxury one-bedrooms are even appropriate for new couples who are just starting a life together, since there will be enough room for all of the valuable possessions that each person owns.
The interior of a luxury one-bedroom is intended to be a place that is inviting and comfortable. The main living area is often designed so that natural light fills the room. This creates a space that is bright, lively and enjoyable to occupy. The windows in certain areas even provide scenic views.
This is different from some rental units that have small windows that never let the light inside resulting in a living room that must be lit by lamps even in the afternoon. The extra light will make the time spent inside of the living room pleasant and relaxing.