Location : Vista, CA
Details :
Countertop :
- CalaCatta
Cabinets : White Shaker

Finish : Brushed Nickel
Shower Mosaic Tile : - Stone

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ACCESORY
DWELLING UNITS

What is an ADU?

Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) have gone by many names,
including granny flats, in-law units, and secondary units.

By definition, an ADU is a self-contained, additional housing unit,
on a permanent foundation, that contains a kitchen, bathroom,
and a place to sleep. ADUs range in size from 150 square
feet for a studio to 1,200 square feet for a unit with multiple
bedrooms.

It is either attached or
detached accessory structures on a residential lot that provides independent living areas.
 

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Types of ADUs?

Internal Conversion

Built from existing space within the home

Garage Conversion

Existing garage that is converted to an ADU

Detached ADU

Free-standing structure

Attached ADU

Shares at least one wall with the primary home

Thinking about building an ADU?

You may want to consider taking advantage of the change in State law which made it easier to add a second house, called an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU), to your residential zoned property.

Where is an ADU allowed?

An ADU can be located on residentially zoned property that has an existing single-family residence. For a complete list of ADU requirements, please click here.

Is a building permit required for an ADU?

Yes, you will be required to obtain a Building Permit to ensure that the new house meets all the zoning, building, health & safety codes.

Is a building permit required for an ADU?

Yes, you will be required to obtain a Building Permit to ensure that the new house meets all the zoning, building, health & safety codes.

What size ADU is allowed?

An ADU attached to a primary dwelling may be up to 50% of the size of the single-family residence, up to a maximum of 1,200 square feet.

An ADU detached from the single-family residence may be up to 1,200 square feet, regardless of the size of the residence.

Are plans required for an ADU build?

Yes, you will be required to have plans made for your build and we take care of the process.

Why would I want to build an ADU on my property?

 

ADUs are intended as permanent housing solutions and could provide affordable housing options for family members, friends, students, the elderly, in-home health care providers, the disabled, and others.