Money Magazine Australia - - PROPERTY -

In ad­di­tion to hav­ing a sep­a­rate entrance, a self­con­tained granny flat must have its own bath­room, kitchen, bed­room/s, laun­dry area and liv­ing space. While each state has its own cri­te­ria, gen­er­ally granny flats must also be:

Built on a prop­erty zoned for res­i­den­tial use and at least 450 square me­tres in size.

The only granny flat on the prop­erty.

Owned by the same per­son who owns the pri­mary dwelling.

A max­i­mum liv­ing space of around 60 square me­tres.

Have sep­a­rate and un­ob­structed pedes­trian ac­cess.

On the wrong prop­erty, a granny flat could cut out part of your mar­ket when you sell

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