This housing design is also a two-storey villa with a hipped roof. Here, however, the granny flat is not housed in an extension, but within the main structure of the building. This makes sense in terms of energy costs – savings being made on heating. The two entrances are on two different sides, which ensures more privacy. On the upper floor there is plenty of space for a larger family, with the possibility of three children’s rooms, a separate children’s bathroom and a generous amount of space for the parents.
|Roof form||Pavilion roof|
|Living space granny flat||41,64 m²|
|Living space main dwelling||162,28 m²|
|Base area granny flat||41,64 m²|
|Base area main dwelling||168,82 m²|
|Number of floors||2|
- bay window with flat roof
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