I'm working on a USDA appraisal that is a rural property (Green Swamp Central Florida) on 5 acres, ranch style built in 1964. The home has had 2 additions constructed in the 1980's. The home has a large front bedroom (18'x20'); you have to go through the front bedroom to get to the master bedroom. The master bedroom is also a large room (26'x20') and has an exterior entrance. Then you have to go through the master bedroom to get to the 3rd bedroom. The 3rd bedroom is a result of an addition and could potentially be used as an "in-law" suite with a bedroom, bathroom and sitting room and it also has a separate exterior entrance. (The old MLS states the home has 4 bedrooms however I have yet to discover the elusive 4th bedroom, the old MLS also made no mention the functional utility issue.) 1. My pool of comparable sales is small and finding a recent comparable sale with a similar layout has proven to be impossible. 2. Due to the large size of the rooms it would be physically possible to construct partition walls / hallways to give each room its own access without going through the other rooms. I know a layout like this would not fly in town. However it is more expectable for rural farm properties in the market area. In your great opinions how should I handle this? Functional Utility adjustment with CTC? Thanks for your input!