The Chelsea – Granny Flat Display Home

Chelsea Granny Flat Display Home - Exterior

The Chelsea Granny Flat, from Premier Homes and Granny Flats, has attained a feeling of great spaciousness that is normally only found in buildings twice its size.

Large Bedroom, Walk in Robe, Separate Bathroom and Toilet, Hideaway Laundry, with light and bright living areas, this is just the start of what the Chelsea Granny Flat has to offer.

Chelsea Granny Flat Display Home - Living Room
Chelsea Granny Flat Display Home - Living Room

Enter into the main living area through the large sliding doors and be amazed at the size of this beautifully appointed granny flat. The separate dining room allows you to have guests over for a meal, while you can prepare in the fully appointed kitchen. The kitchen boasts plenty of bench space, a 4-burner stove with range-hood and pantry.

An extra delight in the Chelsea is the Day Room. With large bright and airy windows, the Day Room is a perfect retreat for you to enjoy reading, crafting or just relaxing with a cup of tea.

The Chelsea has been cleverly designed with the objective of leaving you ample room in your garden for recreational and leisure activities. With 6.51sq of space, the Chelsea delivers a great option for those looking to downsize in style.

With additional floor plans available, the friendly consultants at Premier Homes can tailor your new granny flats to your specific needs.

To see the Chelsea Granny Flat Display Home for yourself, come and visit the Premier Homes and Granny Flats Display Village. With 10 Homes on display, there is sure to be something to suit everyone’s needs and budget.Open 7 days a week,

At 110 Canterbury Road,
Bayswater North

Monday – Saturday: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday & Public Holidays: 11:00am – 5:00pm

Want to find out more about the Chelsea Granny Flat, or about any of Premier Homes & Granny Flats range of building, contact our friendly consultants today on 9761 6699.

 Chelsea Granny Flat Display Home from Premier Homes and Granny Flats

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