Discover our brand new Granny Flat - The Bungalow.
The largest of the five granny flat designs, The Bungalow contains all the essentials you could want in a conveniently sized floor plan. Both bedrooms are generously sized and placed to the left for privacy. This design features a separate bathroom, laundry and a linen cupboard to maximise storage.
Our new range of Granny Flats offers modern living features and maximise space without compromising on comfort. Building the Granny Flat alongside your new home allows you to seamlessly attached a separate residence and ensures both are treated with the same level of quality and attention to detail.
Whether you’re looking to create a welcoming space for visitors, an investment opportunity, a retreat for teenagers or would like a secure and convenient place for older relatives to live, we have a number of modern Granny Flats to cater to your needs.
Note: Granny flats are offered in conjunction with a new Montgomery Home build only. They are not available as a stand-alone build as they are constructed at the same time as your main dwelling.
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Architectural home designs in Sydney, Newcastle, and the Central Coast
Montgomery Homes builds architectural home designs on all type of blocks. For more than 30 years, our team has been renowned for expertise in building on sloping sites. The innovative building techniques we have developed allow us to work with the gradient of any home site.
This means our team is equally skilled at building homes on level sites, as our mastery of sloping sites makes it straightforward to transfer our skills to a level-site build that presents fewer challenges for our expert construction team.
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