New Home Owner Obsessing Over Load Bearing Wall
My apologies if this isn't the right forum. Happy to be directed elsewhere.
My husband and I are in the process of buying our first home, and I'm obsessing over whether or not we'll be able to remodel a bathroom on the second floor and make it larger.
I stress that we will have it assessed and remodeled professionally (we know a bath remodel is too big for us at this point), but I'm just wondering if anyone has a strong idea that the wall in question IS load bearing. If so, I better make peace with the layout now (and stop wasting time looking at bigger bathtubs)!
Why I think it is load bearing :
- theres a roof seem there
Why I think it isnt load bearing :
- theres no wall underneath it (its the middle of our kitchen down there)
- it looks like might have been moved once already
Thanks much for any input, Heidi
Thanks for all the feedback! There's no resounding - that's clearly one unmovable wall, lady! - which is all I was really hoping for. Certainly sounds worth bringing in an expert to find out one way or another.
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