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All you would need to do us add more meta query value sets. For example adding the following code after the first meta query section should do the trick.
$bathrooms = explode(',', $_GET['bathrooms']); //Add our meta query to the original meta queries $meta_query = array( 'key' => 'bathrooms', 'value' => $bathrooms, 'compare' => 'IN', );
Then you can add a bathrooms get param to the URL. Eg http://mysite.com?bedrooms=1&bathrooms=2
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