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Com­ply­ing de­vel­op­ment leg­is­la­tion re­stricts the size of the granny flat to 60sq m, but that doesn’t mean the de­signs need to feel small.

Wally Ge­brael from Granny Flat So­lu­tions says most of their granny flats (pic­tured) have two bed­rooms, a bath­room, kitchen, and laun­dry. They also in­clude ap­pli­ances, floor cov­er­ings, light fit­tings, paint as well as sep­a­rate me­ter­ing for ease of use.

He says the granny flats that work best have good liv­ing ar­eas. Big kitchens with a break­fast bar can take up a lot of space while straight-line kitchens open up the space a lot more.

Rather than hav­ing one fixed dis­play granny flat, Granny Flat So­lu­tions open a dif­fer­ent granny flat each week­end.

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