Concept of Dual Living consists of two individual self-contained residencies all contained within the one traditional housing design.
The dwellings are split by a certified fire wall, which allows the owners to separately rent one or both of the homes to tenants, offering an additional rental income and making this investment cash-flow positive.
Tamworth is the largest city and administrative centre of the New England region of northern New South Wales, Australia. Situated on the Peel River within the local government area of Tamworth Regional Council, about 318 km from the Queensland border, it is located almost midway between Brisbane and Sydney. It is the second largest inland city in New South Wales after Wagga Wagga. At June 2018, the City of Tamworth had a population around 62,183, including the towns and villages of Manilla, Bendemeer, Barraba, Nundle, Moonbi and Kootingal.
The city is known as the “First Town of Lights”, being the first place in Australia to use electric street lights in 1888. Tamworth is also famous as the “Country Music Capital of Australia”, annually hosting the Tamworth Country Music Festival in late January; the second-biggest country music festival in the world. The city is recognised as the National Equine Capital of Australia because of the high number of equine events held in the city and the construction of the world-class Australian Equine and Livestock Events Centre, the biggest of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere