Sanjay, an ER doctor and his wife, Jodi, are searching Durham, North Carolina, for a larger home that can accommodate their two-year-old son and a baby sister who's on the way. They want an in-law suite so Sanjay's parents can visit from India, and maybe, live with them one day. The first home they see is a $675K Cape Cod style house with a big, sunny kitchen, but a backyard that feels chopped-up. Jodi also doesn't like having the master bedroom and the kids bedrooms on separate floors. The second home is a $695K historic charmer, built in 1925, and loaded with original details including the original icebox in the kitchen. On the downside, they would have to share a bathroom with their kids upstairs. The last house is the least expensive ? a Colonial priced at $659K. The backyard is big and fenced, but the upstairs bathrooms are small and old fashioned with tile Sanjay calls ''grotesque.'' So which home will they choose for their growing family?