I have never run across this situation before. I inspected a house yesterday which did not have any bedrooms nor a full bath on the main level of the house. This house was purchased on 3/15/03 as a five room, three bedroom, one bath ranch style house. The current assignment is to appraisal the property "AS IS" condition. The house had plans (architectural plans have been aproved by the city) for a second story addition which will consist of three bedrooms and two full baths. However, the owner / contractor renovated the basement and first level of this house before the proposed second story addition (2nd story addition will start in about 2-3 months). The renovation process removed the pre-existing 3 bedrooms and also removed a full bath from this level. The level now has a living room, a dining room, a kitchen, one-half bath and a small office but no bedrooms. How would one make adjustments for the functionable obsolescence lacking bedrooms and a full bath for a one story house? My guess would be address the adjustment under the room/bath count adjustment and also under the utility adjustment on the grid page. I was thinking of a total adjustment of about 10% which would include the bedroom/bath adjustment and the utility adjustment. Any help would greatly be appreciated.