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“In-laws, Outlaws and Granny Flats” beautiful, practical guide to intergenerational living

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While I’ve been aware that many more families than in the past were looking for ways to care for aging parents within the home, or to simply save on extended family expenses, I wasn’t aware of the magnitude of this movement until I received a review copy of “In-Laws, Outlaws and Granny Flats: Your Guide to Turning One House into Two Homes.” Author Michael Litchfield has renovated many homes throughout his life, however after a move to the west coast he became fascinated by some property that offered the option multiple living units on one home base, so to speak. 

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