Some unusual or uncommon home features are not only attracting buyers but also encouraging them to pay more for those features. In a study for Angi, formerly Angie’s List, researchers combed through sold listings to identify common or trending home features and determine whether a price premium could be attached to some amenities.
In the kitchen, buyers may appreciate a pot filler faucet over the cooktop. Angi researchers said that feature alone could lead to a 3.2% price premium.
Other home features that could make a big difference: pendant lighting (2.66% price premium); under-cabinet lighting (2.48%); double-sink vanity (2.35%); barn door (2.32%); butcher block (2.26%); quartz countertops (2.26%); and oversized windows (2.23%).
The following chart breaks down the most-valued home features by room.
Researchers also found that buyers in different markets showed differing preferences. The following shows the amenities that could make the biggest difference in the top 40 U.S. metros.