This is a one-bedroom tiny cottage with a garage. It’s a granny flat (guest house) in Australia called the Northmead by 5 Star Granny Flats.
It’s a one bedroom house design with a full kitchen, bathroom, and one-car garage. It’s perfect, isn’t it? What would you pay for a house like this in your area?
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One-bedroom tiny cottage on a foundation with a one-car garage by 5 Star Granny Flats
Currently, they offer a few different design options for granny flats:
- 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
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I went to their website. Though these are lovely, the layout for the bathroom is not “normal” for the US. To have plumbing on every wall of the bathroom is a huge waste and will definitely cost you more. If all the items (Shower, toilet & Sink) were all on one wall it would function better and be less expensive. The one pictured above looks as though there are 2 vanities, but if you look on the website at the floor plans, you’ll see that the bathrooms are generally just odd, with loads of blank space in the room. Maybe that’s where a washer/dryer go???
I think you’re right, it must be where the washer/dryer goes.
Boring! White walls ugh…
It’s a nice blank slate. One can paint it (or wallpaper it) with any color he or she wants.
It does need color badly! Even the kitchen backsplash seems white and blends right in! What colors would you add? I’m thinking a light aquas/blues.
I do not like the term granny flat. In some ways it is condescending – like grandparents have to be stowed away somewhere.
Thanks for saying that. I’ve never really heard the phrase in person, only read it online. In Florida, we would call it a guest house.