Affordable Accessory Dwelling Units-Granny Flats in San Diego
What are ADU’s?
Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) are known by many names: granny flats, in-law units, backyard cottages, secondary units and more. No matter what you call them, ADUs are an innovative, affordable, effective option for adding much-needed housing in California.
What are the benefits of ADUs?
ADUs are an affordable type of home to construct in California because they do not require paying for land, major new infrastructure, structured parking, or elevators.
ADUs can provide a source of income for homeowners.
ADUs are built with cost-effective wood frame construction, which is significantly less costly than homes in new multifamily infill buildings.
ADUs allow extended families to be near one another while maintaining privacy.
ADUs can provide as much living space as many newly-built apartments and condominiums, and they’re suited well for couples, small families, friends, young people, and seniors.
ADUs give homeowners the flexibility to share independent living areas with family members and others, allowing seniors to age in place as they require more care.
Accessory Dwelling Units San Diego
Accessory Dwelling Units (adus) are defined as a second dwelling on residential, single-family property. Essentially they are a secondary living space that can be added to almost any residential property in San Diego. These dwellings include apartments over the garage, attached to the house, or free-standing units. There are two phases to build an adus in San Diego, the design phase, and the construction phase. Our experienced team at West Coast Building and Design San Diego guides you through every step to ensure a positive experience. We take you through the process, guiding you and taking care of the details, starting with the design phase.
Southern California is seeing a huge rise in the popularity of accessory dwelling units – often referred to as “ADUs,” “granny flats,” “companion units,” or “in-law suites.” These living spaces can be attached or detached from your main dwelling, as long as there are a separate entrance and a few other amenities. Once you’ve decided that adding an adus to your property in San Diego is the right move, consider whether you’re interested in building an entirely new structure from the ground up or if you’d rather upgrade an existing accessory dwelling unit or other structure. The first big decision concerns the type of Adus to be built on your property in San Diego.If you’re interested in building an accessory dwelling unit in San Diego, you’ve come to the right place!
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