Minor Dwelling – 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom Plan
MINOR DWELLING FLOOR PLAN 65m2
With a number of Northland Council’s you there are special rules around having a second dwelling on your property in the form of a ‘Minor Dwelling’ or ‘Minor Residential Unit.’
Far North District Council state these must be a maximum of 65m2 in gross floor area, which allows plenty enough space for a granny flat, Air Bnb accommodation or a sleepout.
It’s best for you to see what this looks like, so download the floor plan below of a very simple and cost effective minor dwelling design.
A simple yet functional minor dwelling layout, perfect to meet the Northland Council rules
DOWNLOAD MINOR DWELLING PLAN
Minor dwellings are often used as a sleepout or to give a grandma or grandpa their own separate place to live. They can therefore be simple, cost-effective yet have all the amenities of a normal home.
Any minor dwellings we’ve designed in the past we’ve kept them on a timber foundation, enabling them to be shifted in future if needed.
Below shows a mixture of different roof styles that can be used on this minor dwelling floor plan.
Designing the Minor Dwelling to Match Your Home
The best way to disguise your minor dwelling and prevent it from looking out of place is to use the same cladding, roofing, colors and textures as your existing home. This is often more expensive but certainly makes the small dwelling more visually appealing.
Call us now to discuss your minor dwelling needs.