A landlord must provide a way for food to be cooked by both boiling and baking (usually an oven with a cooktop) and ensure the house has drinkable water supplied to it. A kitchen or kitchenette must also have a sink and tap connected to drinkable water. The house must have a space with plumbing for washing clothes if more than 2 people can live in the house. The landlord is not required to provide a washing machine and dryer.
There must be some form of heating in the living room. The bathroom must have a bath or shower, and toilet facilities must be provided.
The bathroom should have ventilation, by a window or another form of ventilation. The house should be free from dampness and able to be ventilated.
There are minimum standards for the size of the rooms. You can find these at www.legislation.govt.nz
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