This is the sort of rule anyone can make as an advantage of owning property with some land around it and a bit of privacy. It really is up to the individual to define the rules by which they live this life, but the borders between homes and lives often dictate compromise and concession.
Fictional accounts of living *may not be* for adults only, but they often venture into territory that is definitely ONLY for mature, responsible, thinking persons.
Nudism as a house rule *might* be a tough concept for some people, and there is the question of whether “forcing” someone to try it is a good or bad thing. People are often hesitant to push the envelope of lifestyle living, but the home is a place of safety and explaining to someone they have the right to do as they wish within the confines of that “safe place” is an important concept as well.
Could a home-owner even require nudity of service personnel, hired help and other official visitors? This is where the “rule” of a home comes into question: Simple nudity is no big deal by many opinions.
If there is no touching of any sort, no sexual arousal component to the behavior, and perhaps even personal space is respected, then two choices are available: (1) Get naked, stay, work and get paid, or (2) Refuse to respect the rule of the house, leave and do not get paid.
Of course there are probably many who would NOT stay, a few who would say this is ‘asking to much’ of a person, and others who would feel violated for even having the practices described to them (as if it was written or intended specifically for them).
Compulsory nudity in a given setting still offers people a choice; stay or go. Is it practical? If you have not been socially nude with others before, how would you handle such a requirement?