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half-bath off kitchen against code?

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I was taking a friend through our house, and we commented on the frequency of a half-bathroom located off the kitchen in Eastown four-squares, and how handy they are. He commented that such a feature is now "against building code" in newly-constructed houses, though he didn't know why. Can anyone enlighten?

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I was taking a friend through our house, and we commented on the frequency of a half-bathroom located off the kitchen in Eastown four-squares, and how handy they are. He commented that such a feature is now "against building code" in newly-constructed houses, though he didn't know why. Can anyone enlighten?

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I designed a half bath off of the kitchen in our new construction on James Ave. No known issues that I'm aware of.

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I was taking a friend through our house, and we commented on the frequency of a half-bathroom located off the kitchen in Eastown four-squares, and how handy they are. He commented that such a feature is now "against building code" in newly-constructed houses, though he didn't know why. Can anyone enlighten?

I just checked with our plumbing inspector and he said that it

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Perhaps it's a certain way that they were implemented which caused problems? I dunno.

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