I am reading that the meter cannot be mounted on exterior of bedroom wall but what about the panel? This corner of house is a straight shot from the pole which is where the meter and a disconnect will be mounted.
An electric utility company may have rules about where they'll allow their service to be installed. For example, one electric utility I'm aware of will not connect service to a meter located within 36 inches of a window which has a view into restroom or sleeping areas. Near a garage window is fine; somewhere on a bedroom wall further than 36" from a window is also fine. It's obvious that this requirement has nothing to do with electric code. Instead, it protects privacy of building occupants and protects utility employees who may access the meter and disconnect at any time from compromising situations and ugly allegations.
An electric utility imposes their own rules on the service entrance as far as location, mounting, overhead or underground wiring, size of conduit for their service, etc. These rules are not in the National Electric Code; they're policies of the utility. Contact your utility to get a copy. It sounds like you may be working with second-hand information based on another person's inaccurate retelling of the utility's requirements.
Service equipment disconnecting means 230.70.A
A1.Readily accessible outside or nearest point of entry.
A2.Bathrooms shall not be used.
A3. If remote controlled see A1
That’s it for service equipment nothing about bedrooms.
A service panel can be in (inside) any room other than a bathroom or a closet used for storing flammable (clothes closet) out side only close to the gas meter is usually restricted. There are restrictions if an overhead feed the distance wires are from a window but the service can be mounted on an exterior bedroom wall unless local codes prevent it.
Edit added for inside;
240.24 are the inside locations