The Amber comes with a spacious covered alfresco area great for entertaining.
If you enjoy the outdoors, or have family or friends who visit often, the Amber could be the ideal flat design for you. You can see a difference from the front of the flat – there is a spacious, covered Alfresco that is ideal for spending time in the fresh air or having family from the main home or friends over for a meal.
Once you step inside the flat, you will see a compact home with 2 bedrooms, a full bathroom, living, dining and kitchen area’s that will be easy to clean and maintain. A separate laundry room is also included in this design.
Our extensive range of Granny Flat building inclusions provide a range of options to suit all individuals. From the exterior finish (Brick or Cladding) to the interior finishes from tiles to benchtops and tap fittings, our range of options are sure to impress and satisfy any specific requirement you have.
We understand that making the decision to build a granny flat isn’t taken lightly. To help you with your decision, we have compiled just a few of the frequently asked questions we receive below. If you have a question and it’s not listed, feel free to contact us.
Here are the general requirements for building granny flats:
The answer is yes. As long as the laneway to your block is at least 3m wide and the lot’s dimensions are at least 12m wide x 12m long.
No! In fact, the Australian Government is encouraging people to build granny flats.
Yes. Private Certifiers can approve given that your land is appropriate for Complying Development Application. This will be determined by assessing the Planning Certificate for each project.
From the time of signing the contract and client approving preliminary plans, approximately 3-6 weeks.
84 Business days given weather conditions and public holidays.
Yes. Size allowed is determined on the size of the land and council regulations.
No. Granny flats can only be built with single storey.
You can build 1 Granny Flat and a Studio on a title of land.
Please refer to our full list of granny flat inclusions here
Yes, you can add a garage but the project should go through local council (DA) which may require more time to get the approval.
We have a great range of designs to choose from, with a variety of configurations and a mix of room sizes.
All you need to know about building a granny flat
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