A duplex is defined as a house or building with two separate units. An example of a duplex is a house with two living units with a common wall.
b) A second dwelling
A second dwelling, as the name suggests, occurs when you build a second dwelling behind or next to an existing house.
c) Two free standing dwellings
A freestanding house is stand-alone dwellings and buyers own the land and any built forms within its boundaries.
d) A granny flat
An apartment that is adjacent to the main living quarters of a house and or a part of a house made into self-contained accommodation suitable for an elderly relative.
- Wet room floors are recessed to avoid trip hazard
- Doors/Hallways widened for wheelchair access
- Free standing vanities
- Grab rails
- Adequate lighting
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