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Granny Flat and Studio Designs

You don’t need a granny in order to build a granny flat (but we totally understand if granny coming to live with you is why you do want to build one.)

A quick and cost-effective way to add space to your home, a granny flat can meet all sorts of needs, whether those needs are based on lifestyle, income or family – or all three.


Here are some of the most popular uses for a granny flat:

  • Seniors’ Retreat: Independent living for older loved ones.
  • Starter Home: Independent living for young adults.
  • Income-Generator: Chances are you can rent out your granny flat as an easy-care investment property.
  • Guest Suite: For those regular visitors who love to stay awhile.
  • Teenage Retreat: Extra space for kids’ activities.
  • Home Office: Impress your clients, or simply create a quiet space to focus.
  • Art or Music Studio: An ideal space for hobbies and activities.

Why a Granny Flat?

Building a granny flat in your back garden gives you two properties on your block, without having to go to the trouble and expense of subdividing. (Although you will still need to tick some boxes in terms of available space and design criteria.) Choose to build your granny flat with WA Country Builders and you’ll get exactly the same local trades and quality suppliers we use on all our homes.

Designed for liveability and energy-efficiency, each of our granny flat designs is light, bright and airy, with smart design features that accentuate a feeling of space, such as raking ceilings and huge picture windows.

A Versatile and Affordable Living Solution

With a choice of one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom options, and elevations to suit modern or traditional styles, as well as a range of budgets. Open-plan living is built into every design, with spaces that are easy to furnish. The great-value specification includes stainless steel kitchen appliances. Talk to us today about granny flat designs to suit your need.


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