In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, many more people are going to be working remotely – this is, from their homes – for the foreseeable future, and are going to need a home office or other dedicated space to do so.
At the same time, schooling and after-school activities are also unlikely to get back to “normal” for a long time. “And as many parents have already discovered, this means that their children now also need more space, for online lessons, homework and play, that is preferably separate from their own home workspace.
Indeed, having insufficient space to comfortably accommodate everyone’s needs when the whole family is at home most of the time, instead of out all day at work or at school, has been a common frustration during the lockdown imposed to try to curb the spread of the virus, and has already prompted many relocations to bigger homes.
The features most in-demand among parents who are making this kind of move are:
A safe and spacious garden where their children can play and where they can continue to entertain more at home;
Larger bedrooms for the children;