Below I have listed the different meanings in the hope that this might clarify things for you. New Home A new house is exactly that; a single dwelling on a block the only house on your property. If you were to purchase a new home to build on the same property as your current house, then you need to go down the road of subdividing your property. You are then dealing with Town Planning and the Building departments of your council, in order to make sure that you have a driveway for both properties, power and water etc are in and there are separate meters for both, along with plenty of more requirements.
Kids Retreat - Teenager Retreat | Granny Flat Approvals
Morph from teen hide away to granny flat
A bedroom of around 3m x 3m is plenty, with the bathroom being around 4 square metres at most. This amounts to a teenage retreat of around 30 square metres. You may wish to sell your property one day, so it pays to design and site the structure to add value for future sales potential. A bar-fridge is quite cheap and easy to install as well. Lounge: This is where your kids will spend most of their time, entertaining themselves and their friends. An area for a study-desk will also help if your teenagers are at school or college. You can either have the bed integrated into the lounge room, or for the price of a door and some internal walls you can design the retreat to include a separate bedroom.
Case Studies – Completed Granny Annexe Projects
It is one of the highest locations in Mosman Park and this is the first time it has been released for public sale. This rare, passive solar home is set on a stunning long block running east to west. The long northern wall is glass from floor to ceiling, offering dappled light filtered through established trees and truly beautiful gardens.
Image credit: Nigel Rigden What is an annexe? Are we talking granny annexe? An annexe is, by definition, associated with the main home. This allows the occupant to live in it without needing to use the main house.