If you have a dedicated playroom:

(a) Where in the house is it (main living floor, basement, upper floor where the bedrooms are...)

(b) Does it have a door?

(c) Was it intended as a playroom, or did you repurpose a living/dining room?

(d) Anything you particularly love/hate about your specific playroom location or set up?

We are starting to look at "forever homes" after many years of moving around and renting in everything from modern highrises to 120 year old row homes - so the amount of space/luxury of choice in layout we're look at is a new thing for us. One of the things I'm most excited about is having a dedicated playroom; most homes we are seeing have them (or have a room we could use for this purpose), but some of them seem to be in weird or impractical places - like you'd have to go through the kids' bedrooms to access it, or there's no way to shut it off from they foyer. I'm curious to hear about other playrooms to get a heads up on what works and what doesn't! Thanks for sharing!

ETA: My girls are 2 and 4 with a baby on the way; so for now of course it's better if they're in my sight, but we hope to live in this home for at least 5-10 years, if not more, so they'll most likely hit the age where they'll want some separation/privacy and the playroom will become more of a study/hangout space as well.