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    Apartments with Private Bathrooms | Tuscaloosa, AL

    Private Bathrooms

    Nearly every freshman at The University of Alabama looks forward to one thing in their new off-campus UA housing: private bathrooms. Living in off-campus housing at Bama comes with a new level of freedom. Thankfully, a part of that independence is no longer sharing a bathroom. Although apartments with private bathrooms in Tuscaloosa are very common, there are still some things to consider about this feature during your apartment search.

    Benefits of apartments with private bathrooms near UA

    Right off the bat, the most obvious benefit of not sharing a bathroom is, well, not sharing a bathroom. Private bathrooms afford you plenty of space for personal care products, no extra messes to clean up, and no fear of being overheard while singing in the shower. Plus, there is less strain on time and hot water. Your routine for looking your best every day won't be cut short if your roommate is in a hurry. In addition, you can personalize your bathroom without fear of what might happen to it when you aren't around. It's finally time to break out the good soap and monogrammed towels!

    How common are apartments with private bathrooms in Tuscaloosa?

    The good news about searching for apartments with private bathrooms near UA is that it's much harder to find an apartment without them. This amenity is the standard in every apartment community near Bama, no matter your price range or preferred location. That means that students will be able to focus on the specifics of private bathrooms in their search for off-campus housing, especially in more private floorplans such as two bedroom apartments.

    Features of private bathrooms

    While private bathrooms are a staple of every apartment near Bama, what's inside each one is different. There are a few key areas of difference in apartments with private bathrooms in Tuscaloosa. Storage space in bathrooms can vary greatly between units. Some may just have cabinets under the sink, while others maximize storage with drawers, a medicine cabinet, or even a bathroom closet. Another notable difference is the presence of a bathtub in the bathroom. Certain apartments contain only showers for residents. Others have a tub to accompany the shower, so keep an eye out if you're a bath enthusiast. Finally, something to take note of is the materials used in the bathroom. Quality of the features you're receiving can vary quite a bit. If having a higher end bathroom is important to you, tile showers and granite countertops are worth looking into.

    Even though private bathrooms are ubiquitous in Tuscaloosa, there is still plenty to look into regarding your preferences. You're allowed to be picky! Whether your priority is aesthetics, storage space, or a tub to put your bath bomb collection to use, take your time in selecting the environment that fits you best. Each Tuscaloosa apartment community has its own standard for bathrooms, and one is sure to meet your needs.

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