granny flat


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granny flat

self-contained accommodation within or built onto a house, suitable for an elderly parent
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But officials don't seem concerned that any changes to the city code will have a significant impact on local housing, since granny flats account for very few of the housing units in Burbank.
THE FIRST floor granny flat is accessed via a separate entrance with stairs.
14 Lutterworth Lane, Pailton, use of land for dwelling, conversion of outbuildings to provide granny flat and garages, and construction of new access.
Dolores, 25, and husband Don (pictured above) are building a mansion near her old home with a huge granny flat for her parents.
M Walker, conversion and extension at lower ground-floor to form granny flat, Rose Glen, Far Lane, Hepworth.
The top floor would make an ideal owners' suite or granny flat.
Walls were knocked through and a granny flat incorporated into the main part of the house as the couple went through their property from the top to bottom, completely renovating it.
The Dyet family, who have lived there for two years, wanted to build a granny flat which would take up half of the garden and be on top of where police think Vicky Hamilton's body may be found.
Mr S Pickering - Two-storey side extension to create lounge, kitchen, two bedrooms and bathroom in granny flat style accommodation at 9 Dunley Croft, Shirley.
It is no more a sin for you to have a private library of 40,000 books than it is for the owner of a modest bungalow on the Valley floor to worry about his property values and the quality of his life because the city does nothing about a family of eight living in a firetrap granny flat behind his backyard fence.
Side extension to form a granny flat at Homefields, Rugby Road, Pailton.
The flat has one double bedroom, making it ideal for a granny flat, teenage suite or for separate rental.