This is something only you can answer. We can say lots of things, but at the end of the day, they might not apply to you.
The real question would be how much you value working at home? Since you call it a privilege, I assume you actually prefer working from home, so let's take a look at other aspects: Are you able to do things that otherwise you wouldn't be able to? Does it allows you to make better use of your time? (Provided that you can actually work based on goals rather than a defined and non-flexible schedule).
For example: If I had the option to work from home I would first evaluate how much I'm earning. Is it enough? Does it allow me to find another extra income? Or perhaps I can be more time with my family? Am I happier working and thus more productive? Being a software developer myself, I could find another way to make more money if I could make better use of my time. Does that apply to you? Keep in mind that "enough", as always, is up to you. Are you earning enough for it to be considered a financially sustainable job? Are you happy with it?
Once you have all that on the table, make yourself the very question you asked here: "Would it be worth it to lose the benefits I currently have for an extra 15k a year?"