granny flat


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granny flat

n. an apartment built into a garage or house for an elderly parent to live in. The garage has a granny flat including all utilities.
See also: flat, granny
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A granny flat on the ground floor was turned into a spacious kitchen/dining room with plenty of room for a sofa and television.
What: Six-bed detached house Where: Greenock How much: pounds 449,995 What's the deal: This house has a three-room granny flat as well, so it's perfect for extended families.
The property, which is bordered by open fields on two sides, also benefits from a granny flat above the garage.
Find out why one Birmingham man was left fuming after asking National Grid to connect a granny flat to the gas mains at his home.
Scott Alan Schweitzer was arrested after Ventura County sheriff's deputies, Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms agents and other investigators served a search warrant at his granny flat next to a junior high in Ojai.
THIS well-presented family home benefits from five bedrooms and a granny flat.
It could be utilised as a granny flat, for guests or to accommodate a larger family.
It''s a cracking house wth adjacent granny flat and three acres of ground.
The mother of 13 was celebrating her 75th birthday on Thursday when she was beaten and stabbed in a granny flat in the Summer Hill area.
We intended to build a granny flat for me, but now this will pay for it.
THIS large house offers spacious and versatile living space with the bonus of a granny flat.
R Beck, two storey extension to form granny flat (conservation area), 62 Pennine View, Linthwaite.
But soon Mike, 67, and 65-year-old Pat's links with what's probably one of the most well-known houses in the Rhondda are about to end as the couple have put the house, it's old dairy, which is now used as a store room, and detached granny flat, on the market for pounds 220,000.
But she was stunned when he asked the judge to let him move into the granny flat of their one-time marital home.