Granny Flats Australia
A granny flat is a term for a secondary dwelling. A typical granny flat will include a bedroom, living area, bathroom and small kitchen. Virtually, it is another, smaller home on your property, ideally suitable for elderly grandparents to live close by, or for a growing family requiring a teenager retreat.
The current legislation is called the Affordable Rental Housing State Environmental Planning Policy 2009, otherwise known as the ‘SEPP’. The common size for a granny flat is between 60-90 square meters. Furthermore the state governments have introduced individual guidelines in according to the market growth in the area.
Each council and state is different, here are guidelines that feature across most states.
- The owner of the granny flat must also be the owner of the primary dwelling.
- The block must be at least 450m² to build a granny flat.
- Each block is limited to one granny flat.
To find out more information, check with the local council before purchasing a granny flat.
Investment and Opportunities
By construction a granny flat, it will raises the property value with the additional advantage of having extra living area. A granny flat has many uses as a home office, teenagers retreat or an additional living area. Investing in a granny flat seems a resourceful way of increasing your income, while gaining property market growth.
Each granny flat must be passed through the local council or a private certifier. In addition, the appropriate engineering must comply with the Building Code of Australia.
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