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ADU is an acronym that stands for an accessory dwelling unit, which is a secondary house or apartment that shares the building lot of a larger, primary house. These ADU house plans can take many forms, for example, small cottages or carriage homes. Because of the many different styles, accessory dwelling unit homeowners can pick a floor plan that works best for them.
Whether you’re planning to build an ADU home as your primary residence or looking to add extra room to your property with a secondary house, True Built Home can help! For the best rates and a more detailed explanation of the accessory dwelling unit floor plans we have available, reach out to us here.
An accessory dwelling unit (ADU), can also be known as a backyard cottage, accessory apartment, carriage house, mother-in-law suite, or granny flat. Whatever term you use, this type of smaller home is usually an additional living space on a building lot located on the same piece of property as the existing “main” house. While it can also be a new home on an existing narrow lot of land by itself, in order to be classified as an accessory dwelling unit (ADU), it must be self-sufficient – the living space must include areas for living, sleeping, eating, cooking, and sanitation.
The potential for your dream ADU home is within reach. Whether you’re looking for a pool house, additional living space, a guest house, or something entirely different, we at True Built Home can turn your ADU project vision into reality.