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What is a Wet Bar?

by | Jul 18, 2018 | Real Estate Glossary

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If you love entertaining, there have probably been times when you wished you had a dedicated space in your home or a man cave to mix up some adult beverages. Many people wish they had a bar in their home to make entertaining easier. Quite simply, a wet bar is an entertainer’s dream.

But what is a wet bar anyway?

A wet bar is defined as a bar or counter equipped with running water and a sink, for serving alcoholic drinks at home.

Wet bars need to be constructed close to a plumbing line to connect a sink. Wet bars can be a convenient option for those who entertain their guests on another floor than their kitchen. If you like to host guests outdoors, in the basement, in a “man cave” or other location, a wet bar is a great option. 
If you don’t want to deal with all the hassles of plumbing, consider getting a dry bar instead.
Whether you custom-design a bar, buy a ready-made wet bar, or opt for a dry bar, it can be a defining and fun feature of the home.

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The information contained in this blog is for general information purposes only, and while believed to be accurate, Trelora assumes no legal responsibility for accuracy. Information provided within should not relied upon as legal advice. Please consult with your local advisors for independent information regarding availability and applicability in your market.