granny flat


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granny flat

A slang expression for accessory apartments in areas of single-family zoning; also called mother-in-law apartments or maid's quarters,they may or may not be allowed under zoning regulations.

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Proposed new two storey Granny Flat extension comprising 64.8msq to existing two storey dwelling
An example of a granny flat liable for the new rate could be one capable of being sold separately, worth more than one third of the property value, worth more than PS40,000 and with its own utility supplies and bills.
THIS impressive, Grade II-listed, semi-detached house occupies a substantial plot of land and boasts a basement granny flat.
"Ashley's home has six bedrooms and a granny flat," the Daily Star quoted a friend as saying.
Will creating a granny flat over the garage provide the perfect solution, giving Peggy her freedom while still allowing Sue to keep an eye on her, or will it create a new set of problems?
The accommodation briefly includes a Victorian-style entrance porch, entrance vestibule, hall, two front reception rooms, dining room with study off, beautifully appointed kitchen/diner, conservatory, utility room and granny flat on the ground floor.
I stayed with friends until I was given a granny flat attached to a pal's house.
FROM the second Kylie clobbered Callum over the head with a wrench and the bad boy was buried under Gail's granny flat, we knew that wouldn't be the last we'd see of him.
It would be an ideal family home with separate space to rent out or use as granny flat. Contact: Masson Cairns, 01479 480001.
A further bedroom has access to a sitting room and conservatory, and leads to a second kitchen with its own private entrance and further en suite bedroom, which has the potential to be a granny flat. To the first floor there is a vaulted bedroom and a family bathroom.