> What is a Manor House?
The Manor House is just one of the low-rise, medium density properties receiving much attention in NSW at the moment, with new legislation coming into force on 6th July, 2018.
Our Manor House designers in Hurstville explain that a Manor House is a single building, comprising of three or four dwellings on one lot and is a new addition to the Standard Instrument (Local Environmental Plans) Amendment (Low Rise Medium Density Housing) Order 2017.
A Manor House can be up to two storeys in height (not including the basement) and each dwelling must be attached by a common wall or floor. Depending on the layout and design of the property, one dwelling will be partially or wholly located above another dwelling.
Please contact our experienced Manor House designers in Hurstville to find out more.