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So what is the difference between a granny flat and a townhouse? It’s a great question and I’d love to answer it. My name is Colin Fragar from Council Approval Group. So if you are looking at a property and you want to understand what’s the difference between a granny flat and a townhouse, I’ve got some thoughts for you today.
What Are Granny Flats and TownhousesA townhouse is more than two dwellings on the same title, which are usually strata titled. And a townhouse may be attached or detached. A granny flat, though, is associated with the main dwelling and it can also be attached or detached. So what’s the difference between a granny flat and a townhouse? A townhouse you can sell. You can own it individually. It can be sold off. A granny flat always needs to be on the property with the principal dwelling, so it doesn’t create as much freedom for you.
A townhouse you can sell. You can own it individually…A granny flat always needs to be on the property with the principal dwelling, so it doesn’t create as much freedom for you.
Resources and Next StepsIf you’re looking to know what your best development outcome is for your property, I’d love you to have a look at a couple of resources first. The first resource is Your Ultimate Guide to Council Approval magazine. It’s really special and I’d love to send one out to you. We go through townhouses, granny flats, subdivisions, and all the different development types. There are case studies, tips and tricks in here based on thousands of projects that we have done.
Or if you would like to have a one-on-one consultation, if you want to take control of your financial destiny, you’re tired of sitting on the fence, you want to move forward, and you want to do something, please give us a call. Book in a consultation. We’ll hear what challenges you’re facing and create a clear roadmap for you going forward together.
My name is Colin Fragar from Council Approval Group.