A guest house for the in-laws, or a theatre room for Netflix and chilling: these are just some of the features of the following 10 couple-friendly homes.
Josh Sherman is a staff writer for Wahi. His work has previously appeared in The Globe and Mail, Los Angeles Review of Books, Toronto Life and many others. You can reach him at Joshua.Sherman@wahi.com.
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