So... we are looking at a typical small victorian terrace, with the three bedrooms upstairs and a downstairs bathroom at the back of the house through the kitchen.
Except, the owners have converted the third room (which is accessible only via the second bedroom) to a bathroom too. I don't understand this, as you still need to have a bathroom downstairs for guests in the front bedroom, or reverse the stair case and create a corridor to the upstairs bathroom by making the bedroom smaller.
My immediate thought is to convert the bathroom back to a bedroom and research suggests that will improve the value of the house? Do people really hate downstairs bathrooms that much? And how much does it cost to cap all the plumbing and convert a bathroom to a normal room?