This is a tiny house built out of bricks! It’s quite nice, isn’t it? Being in the United States, it’s actually kind of rare to see something like this… A seemingly new structure that’s, well, pretty small of a house.
Well, the reason this website exists is to showcase interesting examples of tiny and small homes in the hopes that it is entertaining for you and that it will somehow and in some way inspire more small homes to actually be built. Cool, right? So this is the Wentworthville Granny Flat Tiny House in Australia by 5 Star Granny Flats. Enjoy!
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Tiny brick house in Australia… A legal backyard tiny home😊
How did they build this tiny house legally??
So how did they get away with building such a beautiful and tiny house? Well, in Australia, it’s classified as a Granny Flat for zoning purposes. In other words, it’s kind of like a guest house or an accessory dwelling unit. Pretty interesting, right? That’s one way to build tiny legally in highly populated and regulated areas.
Currently, 5 Star Granny Flats offer a few different design options for granny flats in Australia:
- Studio Granny Flats – see designs and floor plans for that here
- 1 Bedroom Granny Flats – more info here
- 2 Bedroom Granny Flats – more info here
- 3 Bedroom Granny Flats – more info here
Could granny flats, guest houses, and accessory dwelling units be one of the best ways to build tiny and small houses legally? We think so… How about you? What else could we do? What other ways are there to legally build tiny?
Our big thanks to 5 Star Granny Flats for sharing!
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