For plots on a hillside, a separate granny flat is ideal for making the most of the partially open basement.
In this planning example of the Variant 25-166, the residential unit in the basement shares a common entrance with the main unit on the ground and top floors.
Due to the hillside location, the approx. 43 m² granny flat in the basement receives ample sunlight through the large windows and has its own open area. Ideal for renting out, grown-up children or the grandparents.
Another advantage is that the upper floor and loft of the Variant 25-166 have an additional study and guest room due to the placement of the utility and technical rooms in the basement.
There is another version of this house with a shared entrance.
|Roof form||Pitched roof|
|Roof inclination||25 °|
|Jamb wall||200 cm|
|Living space||215,78 m²|
|Living space granny flat||44,91 m²|
|Living space main dwelling||165,32 m²|
|Base area||243,47 m²|
|Number of floors||1,5|
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