In-laws, outlaws, and granny flats : your guide to turning one house into two homes / Michael Litchfield.
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|Erlanger Branch||643.7 L776i 2011 (Text)||33126017274691||Adult Nonfiction||In transit||-|
- ISBN: 9781600852510
- ISBN: 1600852513
- Physical Description: 218 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 28 cm.
- Publisher: Newtown, CT : Taunton, c2011.
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Is an in-law unit right for you? -- Designing in-laws -- Choosing appliances, fixtures, and materials -- Plans and permits -- Basement in-law units -- Garage conversions -- Stand-alone in-laws -- Bump-outs, carve-outs, and attics.
This book explains how to turn the extra space in one's home into a separate living quarters in order to house a relative or to rent out to a boarder to earn extra money.
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|Subject:||Dwellings > Remodeling.
Buildings > Additions.
- Library Journal Reviews : LJ Reviews 2011 June #1
Litchfield (Renovation) has designed a comprehensive guide for constructing on one's property a secondary living space as a rental unit, a guest house, or for a family member. He thoroughly discusses the factors to consider when creating this type of dwellingâsuch as working with architects, navigating municipal building departments, and selecting space-saving furnishings. Homes throughout the United States and Canada show various options from basement, attic, and garage conversions to stand-alone cottages. These 26 case studies are illustrated with floor plans and color photographs. Recommended for those looking for alternatives to housing aging parents or interested in the extra income of a rental unit.[Page 101]. (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.