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It appears a dedicated home office is not the top priority for homebuyers any longer — at least in the U.K.

A new study from real estate agency Purplebricks has found that the home office is no longer the most popular room in British households, but rather, it’s now the dining room. Among buyers, 70 percent say they want a separate dining room for entertaining purposes, while only 64 percent seek en-suite bathrooms, 55 percent for offices, and 48 percent for kitchen islands.